An active SSL certificate is currently required in all modern browsers, and these will give warnings that your website is using an unencrypted connection. These warnings can naturally scare many potential visitors away.
Recent browser updates even mean that many are completely excluded and can not be allowed to view the page at all if a certificate is missing. Therefore, a valid SSL certificate is one of the most important things to keep track of when you have a website.
With the form below, you can lookup your website, and see detailed specification about server certificates, issuer and root certificates. If there is a problem with one type or another, you can usually get help from your developer, hosting company, or certificate issuer – you can even share a link to the specifications of your request.