TLS/SSL monitoring allows you to keep an eye on multiple websites and their security certificates. This way, you can renew your SSL certificates in time and fix problems before your visitors are affected.
Through the HTTPS protocol, your website uses a TLS/SSL certificate to prove that the connection between your web server and your web browser is secured by the required encryption.
Just like any certificate, an SSL certificate has an expiration date. HTTPS Monitoring helps you remember these important renewal dates. Semonto warns you well in advance when your TLS/SSL certificate is about to expire so that you can get your certificate renewed before it becomes a problem.
Semonto automatically checks the TLS/SSL certificate for every website you monitor. This feature is available for all plans.
First, you need to tell Semonto which website you want to check. Log into Semonto and click ‘add a website’. Enter the URL. (Don’t forget to add https://) Click “Create monitor”. Semonto will start monitoring your website.
Semonto will check the certificate approximately every hour. Whenever there is a change in status, you will get notified. This can be any of the following:
We will inform you by e-mail or by any other notification method you select in the Notifications menu.
Everything you need to know about your TLS/SSL certificate is available in the detailed view of your monitor:
You will also get:
And now for the easy part: you can forget about TLS/SSL entirely because Semonto will take it from here. You can rest assured that if there is anything that requires your attention, Semonto will let you know.
Would you like to receive an alert when a change in an SSL certificate is detected, not just when an issue is found or resolved?
This can be useful if:
Don’t activate this if:
How to enable the monitoring of SSL certificate changes
Any questions? Get in touch, and we will help you on your way!