LetsMonitor.org - Monitoring certificates


#21

Looking into it now…


#22

That situation wasn’t being handled correctly, but is now fixed.


#23

Looks much better now, thanks :slight_smile:


#24

Also, I just want to say that we have a lot of domains and LetsEncrypt will likely be saving us more than we expect to pay in SMS fees. That is one of many reasons I love LetsEncrypt.


#25

I believe your issue has been resolved.


#26

My 02¢ – I think it would be better if you didn’t do that mid splash section – it looks too much like LetsEncrypt.

I also think you are very likely to get a cease&desist from LetsMonitor.com. certmonitor.org is free and there is nothing on the .com


#27

Going with ‘green web’ banner. Encryption everywhere.


#28

Thanks for the domain tip. I hope we don’t have to change, but if necessary we will.


#29

I’ve just checked Twilio prices. For US you’re probably OK, but with international messaging you’re likely to run up some costs. For example, SMS to the UK is $0.04. Does not seem like much, but if you have enough international subscribers, that could actually amount to some $$.


#30

So far, 21% of alert endpoints are SMS, and 22% of those are outside the U.S.

We will be adding some text on the site to ask people to use email-based SMS.

Also, yesterday, AWS announced SMS capabilities that would work for this. I’m going to look into that to see if it is cheaper.


#31

In your list of email-to-SMS gateways for various cell providers, could you please add Google Fi: [your phone number with area code]@msg.fi.google.com . Documented at https://support.google.com/fi/answer/6356597 .

You might also want to clarify the “[your phone number]” placeholder in the other entries, as such email-to-SMS gateways typically require the full phone number with area code. (People in areas that still allow dialing a local phone number without the area code may not automatically think to add their area code.)


#32

Guys, thank you for the excellent service!
SMS notification and domain verification work well in Ukraine.


#33

Yes, thanks for the info.


#34

Well the intresting part is whether every provider (i have Vodafone germany) has email based sms


#35

We just added Google Fi to the main list and a link to a very large list of cellular providers and their email to SMS addresses.


#36

Looks promising, can we find the code somewhere ?


#37

If you want the code for a simple bash version - it’s checkssl


#38

wow! thanks a ton for making this!

Goog job!

A minor css issue: if the expires days is bigger than 99 (for certs not from LE), “days” would wrap into the second line (the cell is not wide enough) :slight_smile:


#39

well done!

A question, I’m currently serving 2 certificates per domain, one for RSA and one for ECC. Can letsmonitor handle 2 certificates per domain?


#40

Ah, we were testing LE certs, with 90 day expirations. We also want to support non-LE certs. The font has been changed and it looks like it doesn’t wrap anymore.