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Checks if your SSL is valid and matches your domain.
Checks if your SSL is expired and how many days you have left.
Checks different trust stores to see if your certificate and all intermediate are trusted and valid.
If you are using a CDN or a cluster of servers you can use this field to identify who responded.
The information that the owner entered during the generation of his SSL certificate.
Information about the company that issued the SSL certificate.
Full list of domains that this certificate can protect.
Session resumption is a performance optimization that allows a client/server pair to re-use previously generated crypto material, so that they don't have to compute new crypto keys every time a connection gets established.
List of protocols advertised by server
List of ciphers that the server hosting the SSL supports.
The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. More Information