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Dashboards give managers a clear and concise view of real-time certificate performance. It enables them to make more informed and effective decisions to ensure safety.



At the top of the page are located the filters:

  • Has it a bond?
  • Enabled
  • Revoked?

When selecting any of the filters and applying the search, the information below will be displayed according to the defined filters.


  • All certificates: the total amount of certificates.
  • Valid certificates: the total number of valid certificates.
  • Invalid certificates: the total number of invalid certificates.
  • Unsecured certificates: the total number of certificates with SHA1 algorithm and/or key with 1024 bits or less. Insecure certificates should not be used. However, as long as they are not revoked, they also appear as valid.


  • Valid certificates expiration: displays the number of certificates by expiration date.
  • Certificates by status: displays valid and expired certificates.
  • Certificates by origin: displays the certificates imported, created via request, or found via Discovery.
  • Certificates by CA: displays the certificates validated by a Certifying Authority.
  • Certificates by organization: displays the certificates by the organization registered in the module settings.
  • Certificates by environments: displays existing certificates in registered environments.
  • Certificates by systems: displays existing certificates in registered systems.
  • Certificates by responsible: displays the certificates by the person responsible for the request.
  • Certificates renewal: displays the certificates in the process of renewal.
  • Certificates by type: displays certificates by type, DV SSL, OV SSL or EV SSL.
  • Certificates by security assessment: displays certificates according to the risk rating (A-NC).
  • Certificates by key size: displays the certificates by the key size used.
  • Certificates by key algorithm: displays certificates by the key algorithm used.

Risk radar

  • Expiration risk analysis: the radar presents all certificates separated by authority and located in the section corresponding to the time left to expire. You will find various information by clicking on the green circle representing the certificate. At the end of the page are the buttons that initiate actions to revoke, renew or publish the certificate in question.
  • Security classification: displays all certificates according to the risk rating (A-NC).
  • Certificates to expire: displays the certificates about to expire.

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