About the SSL Certificate Scanner

This standalone tool for Windows can retrieve and examine web server SSL certificates from a list of servers and test the servers for supported encryption connection methods.

Retrieves the web server SSL certificate (https) and shows important aspects of the certificate like start and end date, validity, signature algorithm and the certification path to the root certificate. All certificate fields can be exported. Version 2.50 added Subject Alternate Name (SAN) field parsing.

Tests the web servers for the five common secure connection methods and identifies servers allowing weak connection methods like SSLv2, SSLv3 and TLS1. The bit level of the strongest supported method is shown.

Retrieves SSL Certificates from internal or external web servers. Requires Windows 10, 8.1, 7, 2016, 2012, 2008. or

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$19.99 per license


Screenshots

These screenshots show the app in action.
  1. This is the main app window after completing a scan of a list of web servers. In this case they are all publically available websites, but you could also scan internal sites or IP addresses.

    Main Window of the SSL Cert Scanner
  2. This is the Certificate Chain display window. You right click on a server in the main window to get here.

    Certificate Chain Display in the SSL Cert Scanner
  3. This is the Target List Editor. You can manually enter websites or IP addresses. You can import them from a text file or generate a range of IP addresses to scan.

    Target List Editor

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