++ed by:
BESSARABV ABRAXXA KEEDI

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1 non-PAUSE user.

HIROSE Masaaki
and 1 contributors

NAME

check-cert-expire.pl - check and list expired certificates

SYNOPSIS

check-cert-expire.pl [ --help ] [ --duration DURATION ] --file DATAFILE

  $ cat <<EOF > server-list.txt
  https://rt.cpan.org
  https://www.google.com
  EOF
  
  $ check-cert-expire.pl --duration '3 months' --file server-list.txt
  $ check-cert-expire.pl -d         '3 months' -f     server-list.txt
  ---
  entry:
    - date: 2015-04-14T05:12:17
      title: https://rt.cpan.org
  title: Certificate Expire Date

DESCRIPTION

Examine expire date of certificate and output name and expire date if expired. Output format is YAML.

Examinee certificate is both OK via network (HTTPS) and local file.

OPTIONS

--file DATAFILE
-f DATAFILE

DATAFILE is name of plain text file contains testee list.

Acceptable list format is the following.

  FORMAT        EXAMPLE
  ===============================
  https://FQDN  https://rt.cpan.org
  file://PATH   file:///etc/ssl/cert.pem
  FQDN          rt.cpan.org
  PATH          /etc/ssl/cert.pem
--duration DURATION
-d DURATION

Specify the furtur point to check expiration. If omitted, check against just now.

DURATION accepts human readable text. See also Time::Duration::Parse.

  3 days
  4 months
  10 years
  4 months and 3days
-l

Add dummy link attribute.

SEE ALSO

Net::SSL::ExpireDate, Time::Duration::Parse

AUTHOR

HIROSE, Masaaki <hirose31@gmail.com>