SSL Hound Is For Startups
SSL Hound regularly checks your SaaS for problems and then tells you about them.
Don't let expired SSL certificates drive away customers!
SSL Hound is the perfect compliment to your startup. It may be simple online store or a multi-tier platform, either way, SSL Hound has your back.
What Does SSL Hound Do for My Startup? It makes sure that everything is configured correctly and gives your customers and stakeholders confidence that it is being served securely.
What If I Use Let's Encrypt? That's great! Let's Encrypt has changed the web for the better. SSL Hound can help you make sure that your certificates are installed correctly and in the right places. When it comes time for those certificates to expire, it can help you make sure you didn't miss anything with certificate updates and replacements.
You've spent a lot of time and money building your product. When you have SSL Certificate issues, trust can deteriorate quickly.
What exactly does SSL Hound do for me? When you enter the different endpoints that are secured with SSL certificates into SSL Hound, we check them regularly and notify you when something doesn't look right. This notifications sent include certificate expiration warnings, vulnerabilities/exploits, and misconfiguration.
For most users that includes the base domain like sslhound.com and the www domain like www.sslhound.com. Sometimes website and media files are served from a Content Delivery Network like media.sslhound.com. If there are 3rd party websites and APIs in the mix, it can be good to monitor them as well.
- Website and Applications
- Assets and CDN
- Support and Community
- 3rd Party
OK, if I have a website, it has a few subdomains, and there are some services that I use behind the scenes, will that cost a fortune? No. The basic (free) account has you covered. If you don't need more than basic email notifications and have fewer than 100 endpoints to monitor, you don't have to pay anything. Everything that you see above would be totally and completely covered by a basic account with plenty of room for more.
Why should I upgrade?
- When you get close to reaching the 100 endpoint limit.
- If you are a service provider and have a lot of endpoints that are added, updated, and removed regularly.
- If you want more control over the types of notifications that are sent and the frequency.
- If you really like the service we provide and the price is right.