ssl-cert-check is a Bourne shell script that checks the expiration status of digital certificates on SSL servers. It supports both interactive and batch modes and easily integrates with cron. It provides custom expiration thresholds and can be configured to send email if a certificate is close to expiring.
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Release Notes: This release contains a new "-i" option to print the certificate issuer. The requirement to use GNU date has been removed (the program now uses a built-in Julian date routine). The documentation has also been significantly updated to include numerous useful examples.
Release Notes: Updated documentation. A new "-c" flag has been added to report the expiration status of a PEM encoded certificate.
No changes have been submitted for this release.