Before I forget about this little addition, I want to write a follow up to the Check SSL Connection with OpenSSL – specifically, show you how to check HTTPS connection to a typical website.
I have migrated UnixTutorial.RU to Jekyll CMS and wanted to make sure it has a proper certificate generated by hosting platform of Netlify.
The only difference from previous SSL connection check with OpenSSL example is that we use standard HTTPS port – 443 – for connection:
- curl vs wget
- test SSL with OpenSSL
- Cloudflare Crypto Week
- Test TCP connectivity with curl
- Migrate to Jekyll from WordPress
- Jekyll 4 – install in macOS