Monitors website certificates.
This event monitor checks the HTTPS/SSL certificates of your websites. If a certificate is invalid or has expired, browsers will show security warnings to all visitors who access your sites. Use this event monitor to get alerts about certificate expiry well before it happens.
This event monitor provides the following options:
Use this option to notify you based on whether or not a certificate has been found on the site.
This option will alert you if a certificate is found and it has expired.
Use this option to send alerts when the certificate is due to expire soon. You can set thresholds for warning, error, and critical alerts as the expiry date approaches.
This option is used more rarely, but it can be handy for detecting invalid certificates where the number of days before expiry is larger than a reasonable number.
Tells the event monitor how long to wait while trying to establish a connection to the web server.
Tells the event monitor how long to wait for a complete response after it has connected to the web server.
This event monitor does not require authentication.
This event monitor generates the following data points:
|Check Time||The time the certificates were checked.|
|Days Before Expiry||The number of days left before your certificate expires.|
To view the tutorial for this event monitor, click here.
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