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check-tls-certs

Check TLS certificates of domains for expiration dates and more.

Requirements

You need an openssl executable in your path for fetching the certificate from the server.

Usage

Usage: check_tls_certs [OPTIONS] [DOMAIN]...

  Checks the TLS certificate for each DOMAIN.

  You can add checks for alternative names by separating them with a slash,
  like example.com/www.example.com.

  Exits with return code 3 when there are warnings and code 4 when there are
  errors.

Options:
  -f, --file FILE  File to read domains from. One per line.
  --help           Show this message and exit.

Changelog

0.2.0 - 2015-12-22

  • Actually support Python 3.4 as advertised. [fschulze]

  • Fix packaging. [witsch]

  • Round expiry time delta to minutes for nicer output. [fschulze]

  • Skip duplicate messages for alternate names. [fschulze]

  • Add certificate issuer to output. [fschulze]

  • Mark sha1 certificate signature as error. [fschulze]

0.1.0 - 2015-12-20

  • Initial release [fschulze]

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