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My parent domain is:
I took the following steps: I navigated to
https://crt.sh/ and made around 20 manual queries (since we have a lot of sub-domains under that parent domain)
I would like to ask if there is an easier way to do this in the future?
Thank you, Kind Regards Taneli
Have you asked crt.sh already? As that is a website that is not affiliated with Let's Encrypt.
Oh, I didn't even realize that. Thank you
@Osiris for helping me out
They allow you to make queries using SQL directly on their backend. (postgres)
crt.sh actually has their postgres database open to the public!<p>You can connect with:<p><pre><code> psql -h crt.sh -p 5432 -U guest certwatch
From what you're saying, the query would be:<p><pre><code> SELECT c.ID
FROM certificate c
WHERE (c.ISSUER_CA_ID = 16418 OR c.ISSUER_CA_ID = 7395) AND NOT x509_hasExtension(c.CERTIFICATE, '220.127.116.11.4.1.1118.104.22.168')
4:40 AM - 28 Feb 2020
... or you can just make a search for the parent domain, and all the subdomains will appear.
One could possibly use wget to download the current report and save the file locally:
wget -O certlist.html https://crt.sh/?q=relexsolutions.com
Outside the scope of this forum!
Thank you both for your help. I really appreciate it
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