Check DNS, Urls + Redirects, Certificates and Content of your Website


Info: Problems with 3.048.289 Letsencrypt certificates (378.325 accounts). They must be revoked (revocation starts 2020-03-04 20:00 UTC) - see Revoking certain certificates on March 4. Update 2020-03-07: Good news: Mass-revocation is canceled.

This tool: A check (SerialNumber) is added. Letsencrypt has published a list of critical SerialNumbers, this list is checked. See the part "9. Certificates". If there is a warning, renew that certificate and replace the current certificate.





1. IP-Addresses


No IP-Adresses found.


2. DNSSEC

Info: The Xml-split has triggered some hidden bugs. Now it looks ok.
If root or the top level zone isn't validated, it's buggy.
Both green and your domain is red -> it's your domain.


No DNSSEC - Informations found


3. Name Servers


No Nameserver entries found


4. SOA-Entries


No SOA entries found

5. Screenshots

No Screenshot listed, because no url-check with https + http status 200-299, 400-599 + not-ACME-check found.

6. Url-Checks

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7. Comments


1. General Results, most used to calculate the result

Aname "ipv4" is private, public suffix is not defined

2. DNS- and NameServer - Checks


3. Content- and Performance-critical Checks

Info: Creating a Letsencrypt certificate with that domain name isn't possible. To create a certificate you need a registered, worldwide unique domain name that ends with a public suffix (.com, .net, .de ...). You have to proof that you are the domain owner. Trouble creating a certificate? Use https://community.letsencrypt.org/ to ask.
AInfo: No img element found, no alt attribute checked
AGood: Domainname is not on the "Specially Designated Nationals And Blocked Persons List" (SDN). That's an US-list of individuals and companies owned or controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, targeted countries. It also lists individuals, groups, and entities, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under programs that are not country-specific. Collectively, such individuals and companies are called "Specially Designated Nationals" or "SDNs." Their assets are blocked and U.S. persons are generally prohibited from dealing with them. So if a domain name is on that list, it's impossible to create a Letsencrypt certificate with that domain name. Check the list manual - https://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions/sdn-list/pages/default.aspx
ADuration: 0 milliseconds, 0.000 seconds


8. Connections

No connection informations found. Perhaps only http - connections.


9. Certificates

No certificate informations found. Perhaps only http - connections.


10. Last Certificates - Certificate Transparency Log Check

1. Source CertSpotter - active certificates (one check per day)

No CertSpotter - CT-Log entries found


2. Source crt.sh - old and new certificates, sometimes very slow - only certificates with "not after" > 2019 are listed

No CRT - CT-Log entries found


11. Html-Content - Entries

No Html-Content entries found. Only checked if https + status 200/401/403/404


12. Nameserver - IP-Adresses (alpha)

Required Root-climbing DNS-Queries to find ip addresses of all Name Servers:

No NameServer - IP address informations found. The feature is new (2020-05-07), so recheck this domain.


13. CAA - Entries

No CAA entries found


14. TXT - Entries

No TXT entries found


15. Portchecks

No Port checks



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