SSL installation and its entire setup, at the most elemental level is all about the craftsmanship of using proper tools as the proper time. Be it decoding a CSR, or installing a certificate, a lot of parts and things are to be considered. You may have skipped a step or two, may have missed little things that matter. Hence, it becomes crucial to have the right kind of tools to keep an eye on your workflow and make sure you get rectified at every step.
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This tool allows you to verify whether SSL certificate is correctly installed on your website or not and shows certificate details including the IP address it resolves to, the certificate validity date, the certificate issuing authority (CA), the subject information in the certificate, and determines if the chain of trust has been established.
Once you have created your CSR (Certificate Signing Request) for your SSL certificate, use this CSR decoder tool to verify the contents of your CSR that it contains the correct information. Since certificate authorities (CA) use the information in CSR to create your SSL certificate, it is very necessary for you to make sure that the information contained in your CSR is accurate and properly formatted.
This certificate decoder tool allows you to decode your SSL and verify that it contains the correct information and and display the contents in a human-readable format. With decoder, decode your PFX, DER or PEM and verify and confirm all the information is accurate. Utilize this tool to have a look at your SSL certificate properties without installing it on your server.
Although your site is using an active SSL/TLS, but web browsers still says that some pages are insecure. Are you tired to find out why your secure page is not fully secure? Insecure links on your website will cause your security padlock to display incorrectly or not display at all. The Why No padlock tool is here to help you to check insecure elements in your website, so that you can fix them and get that padlock icon on every page.
It is crucial to check whether a private key or an SSL certificate matches with a CSR especially when you have lots of different SSL. Any mismatch between 3s (Private Key, CSR and SSL) will prevent your certificate working properly. By using OpenSSL, you can easily check and confirm the matches, it simply compares a hash value.
The CA (Certificate Authorities) will issue an SSL in any format (pem, der, p7b and pfx) and it may happen that one of the format in which your certificate is issued is not the required format that your server, device or platform can accept. In such case, you must require converting your SSL certificate from one format to another so that your server can accept it.
CSR (Certificate Signing Request) is needed prior to ordering an SSL Certificate. It contains a block of encoded text which contains information which identifies your organization and domain, and it will be used by CA to create your SSL certificate. You can create a CSR fastest way with OpenSSL.