Wrong expiration date in email


#1

I received an email about the Let’s Encrypt certificate expiration date on june 21 2018.

According to my domainhost it wil just expire on July 31 2018 at 16:20

Must I do something?


#2

What is your domain? Which certificate was it?

As the email explains, it probably concerns a different certificate that you may no longer be using. In that case, there’s nothing to worry about, and you can ignore the emails.


#3

Thanks for the quick answer.
The domain is: rubyverboomreizen.nl and www.rubyverboomreizen.nl

Certificatetype is SHA256 I think?

It’s my first certificate on this domain.

Kind regards
Anne Verboom


#4

https://crt.sh/?q=%rubyverboomreizen.nl

Originally, the site used certificates for "rubyverboomreizen.nl and www.rubyverboomreizen.nl".

On May 2, a certificate was issued for "rubyverboomreizen.nl, mail.rubyverboomreizen.nl and www.rubyverboomreizen.nl", expiring July 31.

The previous two-name certificate is indeed expiring June 21.

Since https://rubyverboomreizen.nl/ and https://www.rubyverboomreizen.nl/ appear to be using the newest, three-name certificate, unless the expiring certificate is being used for something else, it seems it’s no longer being used, and you can ignore the emails.


#5

I noticed the same:


#6

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