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Version: 0.1.0

SSL Certificate

MoonGuard is also capable of checking the status of SSL certificates for your sites. This feature will notify you if a certificate is about to expire, is invalid, or does not exist.

To check the SSL certificate for your site, navigate to the site's edit page and enable the SSL certificate check button.

edit ssl-certificate

Then you can use the SSL Certificate command:

php artisan check:ssl-certificate
Heads Up

Please ensure that your site is not in maintenance mode, as this will prevent the ssl-certificate check from monitoring its SSL certificate.

The SSL certificate can be viewed in your dashboard.

status ssl-certificate

Other behaviors of the SSL certificate can be disabled or modified in the configuration file.

'ssl_certificate_check' => [
'enabled' => true,
'model' => \Taecontrol\MoonGuard\Models\SslCertificateCheck::class,
'notify_expiring_soon_if_certificate_expires_within_days' => 7,
'cron_schedule' => '* * * * *',
Heads Up

If you have a site in maintenance mode and had previously done an ssl-certificate check without this mode, the status card will show that previous check.