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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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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KeyChest now runs over 500,000 TLS checks every day
We checked recent statistics of the KeyChest service. While the overall load is gradually increasing, we also increase the number of checks we perform. It’s now over 500,000 a day since March 26. But we should be fine till a major system upgrade coming soon.
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KeyChest becomes part of Radical Prime Limited
As the core technology of Enigma Bridge had been in its cloud encryption platform, there was always a question whether we wanted to keep use-cases of this technology under the same company. This thinking resulted in a decision to create a spin-off. This was executed in January 2018 and resulted in funding of Radical Prime Limited.
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