CRL & OCSP report for *.google.jp (Google Inc)

*.google.jp

Certificate details for *.google.jp (At position 0 in certificate chain)
Serial number:
hex: 415eefe04acae23f
int: 4710466006882640447
Issued by: Google Internet Authority G2
Public Key Algorithm: RSA
Not valid before:
Not valid after:
Organization: Google Inc
State / Province: California
Locality: Mountain View
Country: US
  • This certificate does not contain any links to an LDAP server
  • This certificate does not contain any internal server links
  • This certificate does not contain any links with an unknown format

Check certificate compliance for *.google.jp.

Certificate Revocation List (CRL)

This CRL was cached at
http://pki.google.com/GIAG2.crl

CRL information

Source: CRL Distribution Points in Certificate
Location: http://pki.google.com/GIAG2.crl
Size: 582 bytes (DER data)
Response time: 4.12582ms
This update:
Next update:
Revoked: No
Revoked certificates in CRL: 3

Relevant server response headers

Date:
Last Modified:
Expires:

Server and network information

Server Software: sffe

Raw CRL response headers

Accept-Ranges: [bytes]
Age: [2943]
Cache-Control: [public, max-age=3600]
Content-Type: [application/pkix-crl]
Date: [Sat, 29 Apr 2017 20:30:26 GMT]
Expires: [Sat, 29 Apr 2017 21:30:26 GMT]
Last-Modified: [Sat, 29 Apr 2017 02:15:00 GMT]
Server: [sffe]
Vary: [Accept-Encoding]
X-Content-Type-Options: [nosniff]
X-Xss-Protection: [1; mode=block]
  • Content-Type in response is set to 'application/pkix-crl (RFC 5280, section 4.2.1.13)'
  • This CRL file is DER encoded
  • Issuer field is byte-for-byte equivalent with issuers subject
  • Response is already valid
  • Response is not expired
  • ThisUpdate is less than seven days old, CRLs must be updated and reissued at least every seven days (Mozilla Maintenance Policy section 3)
  • The NextUpdate field is not more than ten days beyond the value of the ThisUpdate field (Mozilla & Baseline Requirements)
  • Last-Modified header is not the same as ThisUpdate (RFC 5019, section 6.2)
  • NextUpdate is after the date in the Expires cache header
  • The Cache-Control max-age header does not outlive NextUpdate
  • ThisUpdate has a date before NextUpdate
  • Expires cache header is not the same as the NextUpdate field (RFC 5019 section 6.2)

Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP)

This OCSP response was cached at
http://clients1.google.com/ocsp (POST)

OCSP response information

Source: Authority Information Access in Certificate
Location: http://clients1.google.com/ocsp (POST)
Response time: 24.664927ms

Raw OCSP response headers

Content-Length: [1565]
Content-Type: [text/html; charset=UTF-8]
Date: [Sat, 29 Apr 2017 21:19:29 GMT]
Server: [ocsp_responder]
X-Frame-Options: [SAMEORIGIN]
X-Xss-Protection: [1; mode=block]
This OCSP response was cached at
http://clients1.google.com/ocsp (GET)

OCSP response information

Source: Authority Information Access in Certificate
Location: http://clients1.google.com/ocsp (GET)
Response time: 25.930096ms

URL used for GET request

http:/ocsp/MEkwRzBFMEMwQTAJBgUrDgMCGgUABBTy4Gr5hYodjXCbSRkjeqm1Gih%2BZAQUSt0GFhu89mi1dvWBtrtiGrpagS8CCEFe7%2BBKyuI%2F

Raw OCSP response headers

Content-Length: [1672]
Content-Type: [text/html; charset=UTF-8]
Date: [Sat, 29 Apr 2017 21:19:29 GMT]
Server: [ocsp_responder]
X-Frame-Options: [SAMEORIGIN]
X-Xss-Protection: [1; mode=block]
  • OCSP requests is smaller than 255 bytes

Google Internet Authority G2 (CA Certificate)

Certificate details for Google Internet Authority G2 (At position 1 in certificate chain)
Serial number:
hex: 23a92
int: 146066
Issued by: GeoTrust Global CA
Public Key Algorithm: RSA
Not valid before:
Not valid after:
Organization: Google Inc
Country: US
  • This certificate does not contain any links to an LDAP server
  • This certificate does not contain any internal server links
  • This certificate does not contain any links with an unknown format

This certificate contains no information about authoritative CRL(s) or OCSP servers

Check the revocation status for another website

Created by Paul van Brouwershaven
Revoked certificates can't and should not be trusted, these certificate will cause errors like "NET::ERR_CERT_REVOKED" in browsers.