A monitor that checks that Certificate Transparency Logs are complying with RFC 6962 and the Chromium Certificate Transparency Log Policy.
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Certificate Transparency Log Monitor

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This repository contains the source code for the monitor that checks that Certificate Transparency Logs are complying with RFC 6962 and the Chromium Certificate Transparency Log Policy.

This project is currently in development and so may be subject to significant change.