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SSL test results
SSL/TLS is used for secure communication between your browser and web sites. You can tell it's working when you see a lock next to the web address and the address itself has "https:" at the beginning instead of just "http:".
SSL/TLS relies on certificates issued by trusted authorities.
Unfortunately, some certificates are fake, or stolen.
3rdKey.com gets a list of bad SSL certificates from badssl.com, and checks them against your browser, and if we find any problems, we will let you know.
- Warnings indicate that you might need a browser update, or that you're using a firewall that prevents our tests from working properly.
- "Connected via" means your browser allows older versions of protocol. It's not necessarly dangerous, yet.
- "Did not connect" means your browser doesn't accept the latest version, which could mean it will use an older version. It's not necessarly dangerous, yet.
- Errors should be taken care of BEFORE you access this site, or any site with personal or financial information.
- This bears repeating. If we list an error, there is a hole in the security in your browser.
- Your browser will accept some expired, forged or fake certificates.
- Your browser might compromise your internet security
and give your passwords and financial information to the bad guys.
Of course we can't check everything because it's constantly changing, but we do try to keep up to date.
We use badssl.com for
for checking your SSL.
We also recommend ssllabs.com.