CRL Expiration
Ensure your issuing trusted certificates. Prevent outages. Stay on top of Certificate Revocation Lists.

Certificate revocation lists (CRLs) contain a list of certificates from Certificate Authorities that have been revoked and therefore should not be trusted.

Security risks of CRL Expiration

An offline, expired, or incorrectly configured CRL can result in the inability for an application/service to check the CRL prior to trusting a certificate, which can result in the blocking of service. Using a software to centrally monitor the certificates and CRL lists used across your enterprise can prevent outages and the associated down time, decrease in productivity, loss of revenue, and potentially costly reputation damage. 

Learn more about managing CRLs and preventing outages.