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.




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Private IP-Address found

Checked:
25.03.2020 19:32:34


Older results

No older results found


1. IP-Addresses

HostTIP-Addressis auth.∑ Queries∑ Timeout
192.168.1.14
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192.168.1.14
No Hostname found
yes



2. DNSSEC


No DNSSEC - Informations found


3. Name Servers


No Nameserver entries found


4. SOA-Entries


No SOA entries found

5. Screenshots (Beta)

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

6. Url-Checks

Domainname Http-StatusredirectSec.G







7. Comments

Aname "192.168.1.14" is ipv4 address, public suffix is not defined
Y192.168.1.14

192.168.1.14
Warning: Private ip address found. No connection possible. There are two types of ip addresses: Worldwide unique, global addresses and private addresses. If you want that other users connect your domain, your domain must have minimal one A- (ipv4) or AAAA- (ipv6) entry with a global ip address. Check https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Private_network to understand the details: 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255: Class C - 256 private net, every with 256 addresses
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: 2890 milliseconds, 2.890 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 (Update 2020-01-11: Should now work again - code updated. Old message: currently no newer certificates - read Crt.sh has stopped - Letsencrypt-forum - may work next week again - 2019-12-02 - but I must check the code).

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. CAA - Entries

No CAA entries found


13. TXT - Entries

No TXT entries found


14. Portchecks

No Port checks



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