Snitch

SSL Certificate Monitoring and Alerting

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Yousef OurabiMaker@yourabi · Founder, Curry Labs
Hi everyone! Happy to answer questions. We built Snitch to make it simple and easy to get a handle on your SSL certificates. Our mission is to help people avoid getting blind-sided by SSL issues - losing customers, reputation and business in the process. PS: Thanks @blendahTom and @mscccc
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Tom MasieroHunter@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
@yourabi tell us about what lead to you building this and how is it going so far?
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Yousef OurabiMaker@yourabi · Founder, Curry Labs
Thanks for your question, @BlendahTom I partially addressed this in my comment above but happy to go into a bit more detail. We build Snitch to address a couple of trends: 1) The number of SSL certificates will continue increasing - as you pointed out SSL is more important than ever. Google has announced it will start using SSL as an SEO ranking factor and there has been an increase in awareness around security. 2) SSL is hard to do right. I've had trouble with this myself - so I'm partially addressing my own need. Big technology companies like Apple, Akamai, GitHub and Stripe have had outages this year due to expired SSL certificates. These are great companies - not to call them out - just making a point on how hard this is. Circling back to my first comment - "We built Snitch to make it simple and easy to get a handle on your SSL certificates. Our mission is to help people avoid getting blind-sided by SSL issues - losing customers, reputation and business in the process." We've had some very positive feedback from early customers and we're constantly improving our product.
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Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
This is great. It's so easy to get burned by an expired cert, especially if you're managing a lot of them. Pricing feels a little high. But for larger companies that have lost $ thousands+ in revenue due to an expired cert, the value is there.
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Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
Also, I could see this selling really well if they partnered with someone like namecheap and it were an add-on at checkout.
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Tom MasieroHunter@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
Smart product. SSL is more important than ever. Let's see of @yourabi can jump in and answer some questions.