KeyChest – Unifying Public and Private Keys

KeyChest has started as an easy to use HTTPS monitoring service. What we are aiming for is a general purpose key management service, which can look after your public as well as internal web encryption keys.

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MySQL8 Cluster and Networking Problems

Category : keychest , security

This is my second post on the topic of reliable MySQL8 cluster. Hopefully the last one as things look much brighter now.

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KeyChest supports free web encryption

Category : https , keychest , letsencrypt , security

A new version of KeyChest for 2019 with Free personal end-to-end monitoring of up to 500 servers. Most preparations went up in smoke but we made it.

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Certbot and KeyChest API

Category : https , keychest , security

KeyChest is being integrated with Let’s Encrypt more tightly, it now has its first integration hook for Certbot. It registers domains using self-registered API keys and creates dormant accounts for you simply to confirm.

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Intruder – Automated Pen Testing for SMEs

I met Chris Wallis last week for a cuppa and to talk shop as we both have been doing start-ups for a while. He’s ahead of me and it’s incredible he pulled it off.

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KeyChest – Getting Rid of Broken Padlocks

We all have seen it – I go to visit an interesting blog, DEFCON website, or pay for your parking on the go. But I can’t – the website or web service has an expired certificate and the “damn security wouldn’t let me do it”.

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Growth Of HTTPS Public Logs (CT)

Category : https , keychest , security

As we have a database of all the issued public certificates, we started looking at some of the data. This is a quick note about the frequency of updates of certificate transparency (CT) logs.

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Real-Time Certificate Info – 5,560,000,000 KeyChest Index

We have finally completed a GLOBAL certificate look-up table for real-time notifications in our re-designed KeyChest service. KeyChest has been using an external service to check for new certificates. This has become unsustainable due to the number of users and certificates we monitor.

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Expanding KeyChest For Increasing Usage

Category : keychest

We have upgraded the KeyChest infrastructure to serve the growing user base. It is the first step for our new version, with real-time notifications, internal certificate monitoring, automated renewals, and faster discovery of new certificates.

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Automate certificate monitoring with free API – KeyChest

Our certificate monitoring KeyChest has an initial RESTful API for remote enrolment of new certificates and for checking certificate expiry. Its design supports automation without any initial security/authorization setup.

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