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SSL Labs API v3 Documentation v1.33.x (work in progress)#

Last update: 14 March 2019
Author: Ivan Ristic iristic@qualys.com

This document explains the SSL Labs Assessment APIs, which can be used to test SSL servers available on the public Internet.

Protocol Overview

The protocol is based on HTTP and JSON. All invocations of the API should use the GET method and specify the parameters in the query string, as documented below. The results will be returned in the response body as a JSON payload. In essence, the client submits an assessment requests to the servers. If an acceptable report is already available, it's received straight away. Otherwise, the server will start a new assessment and the client should periodically check to see if the job is complete.

Terms and Conditions

SSL Labs APIs are provided free of charge, subject to our terms and conditions: https://www.ssllabs.com/about/terms.html. The spirit of the license is that the APIs are made available so that system operators can test their own infrastructure. Please read the actual terms and conditions, which are more involved and cover things such as integrating with open source projects, and so on. For example, it's important (for reasons of privacy, compliance, etc) for end users to understand that assessments are carried out by Qualys's servers, not locally.

Commercial use is generally not allowed, except with an explicit permission from Qualys. That said, we're usually happy to support good causes, even uses by commercial organizations that help improve the security of their customers. If you're a CA, CDN, hosting company, domain name registrar, we're happy for you to use our APIs (but you still have to get in touch with us before you begin).

Protocol Calls

This section documents the available protocol calls. The main API entry point is "https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/". If you want to check the API availability from a browser, invoke "https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/info". There is also an additional API entry point that can be used to test features that have not yet been deployed to production: "https://api.dev.ssllabs.com/api/v3/". You should expect that this second entry point is not consistently available. Further it offers only reduced assessment limits in comparison with the production version.

Check SSL Labs availability

This call should be used to check the availability of the SSL Labs servers, retrieve the engine and criteria version, and initialize the maximum number of concurrent assessments. Returns one Info object on success.

API Call: info

Parameters:

  • None.

Invoke assessment and check progress

This call is used to initiate an assessment, or to retrieve the status of an assessment in progress or in the cache. It will return a single Host object on success. The Endpoint object embedded in the Host object will provide partial endpoint results. Please note that assessments of individual endpoints can fail even when the overall assessment is successful (e.g., one server might be down). At this time, you can determine the success of an endpoint assessment by checking the statusMessage field; it should contain "Ready".

API Call: analyze

Parameters:

  • host - hostname; required.
  • publish - set to "on" if assessment results should be published on the public results boards; optional, defaults to "off".
  • startNew - if set to "on" then cached assessment results are ignored and a new assessment is started. However, if there's already an assessment in progress, its status is delivered instead. This parameter should be used only once to initiate a new assessment; further invocations should omit it to avoid causing an assessment loop.
  • fromCache - always deliver cached assessment reports if available; optional, defaults to "off". This parameter is intended for API consumers that don't want to wait for assessment results. Can't be used at the same time as the startNew parameter.
  • maxAge - maximum report age, in hours, if retrieving from cache (fromCache parameter set).
  • all - by default this call results only summaries of individual endpoints. If this parameter is set to "on", full information will be returned. If set to "done", full information will be returned only if the assessment is complete (status is READY or ERROR).
  • ignoreMismatch - set to "on" to proceed with assessments even when the server certificate doesn't match the assessment hostname. Set to off by default. Please note that this parameter is ignored if a cached report is returned.

Examples:

  • /analyze?host=www.ssllabs.com
  • /analyze?host=www.ssllabs.com&publish=on

Retrieve detailed endpoint information

This call is used to retrieve detailed endpoint information. It will return a single Endpoint object on success. The object will contain complete assessment information. This API call does not initiate new assessments, even when a cached report is not found.

API Call: getEndpointData

Parameters:

  • host - as above
  • s - endpoint IP address
  • fromCache - see above.

Example:

  • /getEndpointData?host=www.ssllabs.com&s=173.203.82.166

Retrieve known status codes

This call will return one StatusCodes instance.

API Call: getStatusCodes

Parameters:

  • None.

Retrieve root certificates

This call returns the latest root certificates(Mozilla, Apple MacOS, Android, Java and Windows) used for trust validation.

API Call: getRootCertsRaw

Parameters:

  • trustStore (1-Mozilla(default), 2-Apple MacOS, 3-Android, 4-Java, 5-Windows)

Example:

  • https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/getRootCertsRaw?trustStore=1 Or https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/getRootCertsRaw
  • https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/getRootCertsRaw?trustStore=2
  • https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/getRootCertsRaw?trustStore=3
  • https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/getRootCertsRaw?trustStore=4
  • https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v3/getRootCertsRaw?trustStore=5

Protocol Usage

When you want to obtain fresh test results for a particular host:

  1. Invoke analyze with the startNew parameter to on. Set all to done.
  2. The assessment is now in progress. Call analyze periodically (without the startNew parameter!) until the assessment is finished. You can tell by observing the Host.status field for either READY or ERROR values.
  3. When there are multiple servers behind one hostname, they will be tested one at a time.
  4. During the assessment, interim responses will contain only endpoint status, but not full information.
  5. At the end of the assessment, the response will contain all available information; no further API calls will need to be made for that host.

When you're happy to receive cached information (e.g., in a browser add-on):

  1. Invoke analyze with fromCache set to on and all set to done.
  2. Set maxAge to control the maximum age of the cached report. If you don't set this parameter, your IP address will not be forwarded to the tested server.
  3. If the information you requested is available in the cache, it will be returned straight away.
  4. Otherwise, a new assessment will be started.
  5. You can continue to call analyze periodically until the assessment is complete.

Error Reporting

When an API call is incorrectly invoked, it will cause an error response to be sent back. The response will include an array of error messages. For example:

{"errors":[{"field":"host","message":"qp.mandatory"}]}

The field value references the API parameter name that has an incorrect value. The message value will tell you what the issue is. It is also possible to receive errors without the field parameter set; such messages will usually refer to the request as a whole.

Error Response Status Codes

The following status codes are used:

  • 400 - invocation error (e.g., invalid parameters)
  • 429 - client request rate too high or too many new assessments too fast
  • 500 - internal error
  • 503 - the service is not available (e.g., down for maintenance)
  • 529 - the service is overloaded

A well-written client should never get a 429 response. If you do get one, it means that you're either submitting new assessments at a rate that is too fast, or that you're not correctly tracking how many concurrent requests you're allowed to have. If you get a 503 or 529 status code, you should sleep for several minutes (e.g., 15 and 30 minutes, respectively) then try again. It's best to randomize the delay, especially if you're writing a client tool -- you don't want everyone to retry exactly at the same time. If you get 500, it means that there's a severe problem with the SSL Labs application itself. A sensible approach would be to mark that one assessment as flawed, but to continue on. However, if you continue to receive 500 responses, it's best to give up.

Access Rate and Rate Limiting

Please note the following:

  • Server assessments usually take at least 60 seconds. (They are intentionally slow, to avoid harming servers.) Thus, there is no need to poll for the results very often. In fact, polling too often slows down the service for everyone. It's best to use variable polling: 5 seconds until an assessment gets under way (status changes to IN_PROGRESS), then 10 seconds until it completes.
  • Keep down the number of concurrent assessments to a minimum. If you're not in a hurry, test only one hostname at a time.

We may limit your usage of the API, by enforcing a limit on concurrent assessments, and the overall number of assessments performed in a time period. If that happens, we will respond with 429 (Too Many Requests) to API calls that wish to initiate new assessments. Your ability to follow previously initiated assessments, or retrieve assessment results from the cache, will not be impacted. If you receive a 429 response, reduce the number of concurrent assessments and check that you're not submitting new assessments at a rate higher than allowed.

If the server is overloaded (a condition that is not a result of the client's behaviour), the 529 status code will be used instead. This is not a situation we wish to be in. If you encounter it, take a break and come back later.

All successful API calls contain response headers X-Max-Assessments and X-Current-Assessments. They can be used to calculate how many new assessments can be submitted. It is recommended that clients update their internal state after each complete response.

Protocol Evolution

The API is versioned. New versions of the API will be introduced whenever incompatible changes need to be made to the protocol. When a new version becomes available, existing applications can continue to use the previous version for as long as it is supported.

To reduce version number inflation, new fields may be added to the results without a change in protocol version number.

Response Objects

The remainder of the document explains the structure of the returned objects. The following conventions are used:

  • field - a simple field
  • object{} - an object
  • array[] - an array

Info

  • engineVersion - SSL Labs software version as a string (e.g., "1.11.14")
  • criteriaVersion - rating criteria version as a string (e.g., "2009f")
  • maxAssessments - the maximum number of concurrent assessments the client is allowed to initiate.
  • currentAssessments - the number of ongoing assessments submitted by this client.
  • newAssessmentCoolOff - the cool-off period after each new assessment, in milliseconds; you're not allowed to submit a new assessment before the cool-off expires, otherwise you'll get a 429.
  • messages - a list of messages (strings). Messages can be public (sent to everyone) and private (sent only to the invoking client). Private messages are prefixed with "[Private]".

Host

  • host - assessment host, which can be a hostname or an IP address
  • port - assessment port (e.g., 443)
  • protocol - protocol (e.g., HTTP)
  • isPublic - true if this assessment is publicly available (listed on the SSL Labs assessment boards)
  • status - assessment status; possible values: DNS, ERROR, IN_PROGRESS, and READY.
  • statusMessage - status message in English. When status is ERROR, this field will contain an error message.
  • startTime - assessment starting time, in milliseconds since 1970
  • testTime - assessment completion time, in milliseconds since 1970
  • engineVersion - assessment engine version (e.g., "1.26.5")
  • criteriaVersion - grading criteria version (e.g., "2009l")
  • cacheExpiryTime - when will the assessment results expire from the cache (typically set only for assessment with errors; otherwise the results stay in the cache for as long as there's sufficient room)
  • certHostnames[] - the list of certificate hostnames collected from the certificates seen during assessment. The hostnames may not be valid. This field is available only if the server certificate doesn't match the requested hostname. In that case, this field saves you some time as you don't have to inspect the certificates yourself to find out what valid hostnames might be.
  • endpoints[] - list of Endpoint objects
  • certs[] - a list of Cert object, representing the chain certificates in the order in which they were retrieved from the server.

Endpoint

  • ipAddress - endpoint IP address, in IPv4 or IPv6 format.
  • serverName - server name retrieved via reverse DNS
  • statusMessage - assessment status message; this field will contain "Ready" if the endpoint assessment was successful.
  • statusDetails - code of the operation currently in progress
  • statusDetailsMessage - description of the operation currently in progress
  • grade - possible values: A+, A-, A-F, T (no trust) and M (certificate name mismatch)
  • gradeTrustIgnored - grade (as above), if trust issues are ignored
  • futureGrade - next grade because of upcoming grading criteria changes, Null if there is no impact on current grade.
  • hasWarnings - if this endpoint has warnings that might affect the score (e.g., get A- instead of A).
  • isExceptional - this flag will be raised when an exceptional configuration is encountered. The SSL Labs test will give such sites an A+.
  • progress - assessment progress, which is a value from 0 to 100, and -1 if the assessment has not yet started
  • duration - assessment duration, in milliseconds
  • eta - estimated time, in seconds, until the completion of the assessment
  • delegation - indicates domain name delegation with and without the www prefix
    • bit 0 (1) - set for non-prefixed access
    • bit 1 (2) - set for prefixed access
  • details - this field contains an EndpointDetails object. It's not present by default, but can be enabled by using the "all" parameter to the analyze API call.

EndpointDetails

  • hostStartTime = endpoint assessment starting time, in milliseconds since 1970. This field is useful when test results are retrieved in several HTTP invocations. Then, you should check that the hostStartTime value matches the startTime value of the host.
  • certChains[] - Server Certificate chains
  • protocols[] - supported protocols
  • suites[] - supported cipher suites per protocol
  • noSniSuites - cipher suites observed only with client that does not support Server Name Indication (SNI).
  • namedGroups - instance of NamedGroups object.
  • serverSignature - Contents of the HTTP Server response header when known. This field could be absent for one of two reasons: 1) the HTTP request failed (check httpStatusCode) or 2) there was no Server response header returned.
  • prefixDelegation - true if this endpoint is reachable via a hostname with the www prefix
  • nonPrefixDelegation (moved here from the summary) - true if this endpoint is reachable via a hostname without the www prefix
  • vulnBeast - true if the endpoint is vulnerable to the BEAST attack
  • renegSupport - this is an integer value that describes the endpoint support for renegotiation:
    • bit 0 (1) - set if insecure client-initiated renegotiation is supported
    • bit 1 (2) - set if secure renegotiation is supported
    • bit 2 (4) - set if secure client-initiated renegotiation is supported
    • bit 3 (8) - set if the server requires secure renegotiation support
  • sessionResumption - this is an integer value that describes endpoint support for session resumption. The possible values are:
    • 0 - session resumption is not enabled and we're seeing empty session IDs
    • 1 - endpoint returns session IDs, but sessions are not resumed
    • 2 - session resumption is enabled
  • compressionMethods - integer value that describes supported compression methods
    • bit 0 is set for DEFLATE
  • supportsNpn - true if the server supports NPN
  • npnProtocols - space separated list of supported NPN protocols
  • supportsAlpn - true if the server supports ALPN
  • alpnProtocols - space separated list of supported ALPN protocols
  • sessionTickets - indicates support for Session Tickets
    • bit 0 (1) - set if session tickets are supported
    • bit 1 (2) - set if the implementation is faulty [not implemented]
    • bit 2 (4) - set if the server is intolerant to the extension
  • ocspStapling - true if OCSP stapling is deployed on the server
  • staplingRevocationStatus - same as Cert.revocationStatus, but for the stapled OCSP response.
  • staplingRevocationErrorMessage - description of the problem with the stapled OCSP response, if any.
  • sniRequired - if SNI support is required to access the web site.
  • httpStatusCode - status code of the final HTTP response seen. When submitting HTTP requests, redirections are followed, but only if they lead to the same hostname. If this field is not available, that means the HTTP request failed.
  • httpForwarding - available on a server that responded with a redirection to some other hostname.
  • supportsRc4 - true if the server supports at least one RC4 suite.
  • rc4WithModern - true if RC4 is used with modern clients.
  • rc4Only - true if only RC4 suites are supported.
  • forwardSecrecy - indicates support for Forward Secrecy
    • bit 0 (1) - set if at least one browser from our simulations negotiated a Forward Secrecy suite.
    • bit 1 (2) - set based on Simulator results if FS is achieved with modern clients. For example, the server supports ECDHE suites, but not DHE.
    • bit 2 (4) - set if all simulated clients achieve FS. In other words, this requires an ECDHE + DHE combination to be supported.
  • supportsAead - true if the server supports at least one AEAD suite.
  • protocolIntolerance - indicates protocol version intolerance issues:
    • bit 0 (1) - TLS 1.0
    • bit 1 (2) - TLS 1.1
    • bit 2 (4) - TLS 1.2
    • bit 3 (8) - TLS 1.3
    • bit 4 (16) - TLS 1.152
    • bit 5 (32) - TLS 2.152
  • miscIntolerance - indicates various other types of intolerance:
    • bit 0 (1) - extension intolerance
    • bit 1 (2) - long handshake intolerance
    • bit 2 (4) - long handshake intolerance workaround success
  • sims - instance of SimDetails.
  • heartbleed - true if the server is vulnerable to the Heartbleed attack.
  • heartbeat - true if the server supports the Heartbeat extension.
  • openSslCcs - results of the CVE-2014-0224 test:
    • -1 - test failed
    • 0 - unknown
    • 1 - not vulnerable
    • 2 - possibly vulnerable, but not exploitable
    • 3 - vulnerable and exploitable
  • openSSLLuckyMinus20 - results of the CVE-2016-2107 test:
    • -1 - test failed
    • 0 - unknown
    • 1 - not vulnerable
    • 2 - vulnerable and insecure
  • ticketbleed - results of the ticketbleed CVE-2016-9244 test:
    • -1 - test failed
    • 0 - unknown
    • 1 - not vulnerable
    • 2 - vulnerable and insecure
  • bleichenbacher - results of the Return Of Bleichenbacher's Oracle Threat (ROBOT) test:
    • -1 - test failed
    • 0 - unknown
    • 1 - not vulnerable
    • 2 - vulnerable (weak oracle)
    • 3 - vulnerable (strong oracle)
    • 4 - inconsistent results
  • poodle - true if the endpoint is vulnerable to POODLE; false otherwise
  • poodleTls - results of the POODLE TLS test:
    • -3 - timeout
    • -2 - TLS not supported
    • -1 - test failed
    • 0 - unknown
    • 1 - not vulnerable
    • 2 - vulnerable
  • fallbackScsv - true if the server supports TLS_FALLBACK_SCSV, false if it doesn't. This field will not be available if the server's support for TLS_FALLBACK_SCSV can't be tested because it supports only one protocol version (e.g., only TLS 1.2).
  • freak - true if the server is vulnerable to the FREAK attack, meaning it supports 512-bit key exchange.
  • hasSct - information about the availability of certificate transparency information (embedded SCTs):
    • bit 0 (1) - SCT in certificate
    • bit 1 (2) - SCT in the stapled OCSP response
    • bit 2 (4) - SCT in the TLS extension (ServerHello)
  • dhPrimes[] - list of hex-encoded DH primes used by the server. Not present if the server doesn't support the DH key exchange.
  • dhUsesKnownPrimes - whether the server uses known DH primes. Not present if the server doesn't support the DH key exchange. Possible values:
    • 0 - no
    • 1 - yes, but they're not weak
    • 2 - yes and they're weak
  • dhYsReuse - true if the DH ephemeral server value is reused. Not present if the server doesn't support the DH key exchange.
  • ecdhParameterReuse - true if the server reuses its ECDHE values
  • logjam - true if the server uses DH parameters weaker than 1024 bits.
  • chaCha20Preference - true if the server takes into account client preferences when deciding if to use ChaCha20 suites.
  • hstsPolicy{} - server's HSTS policy. Experimental.
  • hstsPreloads[] - information about preloaded HSTS policies.
  • hpkpPolicy{} - server's HPKP policy.
  • hpkpRoPolicy{} - server's HPKP-RO policy.
  • staticPkpPolicy{} - server's SPKP policy.
  • httpTransactions[] - an array of HttpTransaction objects.
  • drownHosts[] - list of DROWN hosts.
  • drownErrors - true if error occurred in the DROWN test.
  • drownVulnerable - true if server vulnerable to the DROWN attack.
  • implementsTLS13MandatoryCS - true if server supports mandatory TLS 1.3 cipher suite (TLS_AES_128_GCM_SHA256), null if TLS 1.3 not supported.
  • zeroRTTEnabled - results of the 0-RTT test. This test will only be performed if TLS 1.3 is enabled:
    • -2 - test failed
    • -1 - test not performed (default)
    • 0 - 0-RTT is not enabled
    • 1 - 0-RTT is enabled

CertificateChain

  • id - Certificate chain ID

  • certIds[] - list of IDs of each certificate, representing the chain certificates in the order in which they were retrieved from the server

  • trustPaths[] - trust path object

  • issues - a number of flags that describe the chain and the problems it has:

    • bit 0 (1) - unused
    • bit 1 (2) - incomplete chain (set only when we were able to build a chain by adding missing intermediate certificates from external sources)
    • bit 2 (4) - chain contains unrelated or duplicate certificates (i.e., certificates that are not part of the same chain)
    • bit 3 (8) - the certificates form a chain (trusted or not), but the order is incorrect
    • bit 4 (16) - contains a self-signed root certificate (not set for self-signed leafs)
    • bit 5 (32) - the certificates form a chain (if we added external certificates, bit 1 will be set), but we could not validate it. If the leaf was trusted, that means that we built a different chain we trusted.
  • noSni - true for certificate obtained only with No Server Name Indication (SNI).

trustPath

  • certIds[] - list of certificate ID from leaf to root.
  • trust[] - trust object. This object shows info about the trusted certificate by using Mozilla trust store.
  • isPinned - true if a key is pinned, else false
  • mactchedPins - number of matched pins with HPKP policy
  • unmatchedPins - number of unmatched pins with HPKP policy

trust

  • rootStore - this field shows the Trust store being used (eg. "Mozilla")
  • isTrusted - true if trusted against above rootStore
  • trustErrorMessage - shows the error message if any, Null otherwise.

Protocol

  • id - protocol version, e.g. 771 for TLS 1.2 (0x0303)
  • name - protocol name SSL/TLS.
  • version - protocol version, e.g. 1.2, 1.1 etc
  • v2SuitesDisabled - some servers have SSLv2 protocol enabled, but with all SSLv2 cipher suites disabled. In that case, this field is set to true.
  • q - 0 if the protocol is insecure, null otherwise

ProtocolSuites

  • protocol - protocol version.
  • list[] - list of Suite objects
  • preference - true if the server actively selects cipher suites; if null, we were not able to determine if the server has a preference

Suite

  • id - suite RFC ID (e.g., 5)
  • name - suite name (e.g., TLS_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_SHA)
  • cipherStrength - suite strength (e.g., 128)
  • kxType - key exchange type (e.g., ECDH)
  • kxStrength - key exchange strength, in RSA-equivalent bits
  • dhP - DH params, p component
  • dhG - DH params, g component
  • dhYs - DH params, Ys component
  • namedGroupBits - EC bits
  • namedGroupId - EC curve ID
  • namedGroupName - EC curve name
  • q - 0 if the suite is insecure, null otherwise

NamedGroups

  • list - an array of NamedGroup objects
  • preference - true if the server has preferred curves that it uses first

NamedGroup

  • Id - named curve ID
  • Name - named curve name
  • bits - named curve strength in EC bits

SimDetails

Simulation

  • client - instance of SimClient.
  • errorCode - zero if handshake was successful, 1 if it was not.
  • errorMessage - error message if simulation has failed.
  • attempts - always 1 with the current implementation.
  • certChainId - id of the certificate chain.
  • protocolId - negotiated protocol ID.
  • suiteId - negotiated suite ID.
  • suiteName - negotiated suite Name.
  • kxType - negotiated key exchange, for example "ECDH".
  • kxStrength - negotiated key exchange strength, in RSA-equivalent bits.
  • dhBits - strength of DH params (e.g., 1024)
  • dhP - DH params, p component
  • dhG - DH params, g component
  • dhYs - DH params, Ys component
  • namedGroupBits - when ECDHE is negotiated, length of EC parameters.
  • namedGroupId - when ECDHE is negotiated, EC curve ID.
  • namedGroupName - when ECDHE is negotiated, EC curve nanme (e.g., "secp256r1").
  • keyAlg - connection certificate key algorithsm (e.g., "RSA").
  • keySize - connection certificate key size (e.g., 2048).
  • sigAlg - connection certificate signature algorithm (e.g, "SHA256withRSA").

SimClient

  • id - unique client ID.
  • name - name of the client (e.g., Chrome).
  • platform - name of the platform (e.g., XP SP3).
  • version - version of the software being simulated (e.g., 49)
  • isReference - true if the browser is considered representative of modern browsers, false otherwise. This flag does not correlate to client's capabilities, but is used by SSL Labs to determine if a particular configuration is effective. For example, to track Forward Secrecy support, we mark several representative browsers as "modern" and then test to see if they succeed in negotiating a FS suite. Just as an illustration, modern browsers are currently Chrome, Firefox (not ESR versions), IE/Win7, and Safari.

HstsPolicy

  • LONG_MAX_AGE - this constant contains what SSL Labs considers to be sufficiently large max-age value
  • header - the contents of the HSTS response header, if present
  • status - HSTS status:
    • unknown - either before the server is checked or when its HTTP response headers are not available
    • absent - header not present
    • present - header present and syntatically correct
    • invalid - header present, but couldn't be parsed
    • disabled - header present and syntatically correct, but HSTS is disabled
  • error - error message when error is encountered, null otherwise
  • maxAge - the max-age value specified in the policy; null if policy is missing or invalid or on parsing error; the maximum value currently supported is 9223372036854775807
  • includeSubDomains - true if the includeSubDomains directive is set; null otherwise
  • preload - true if the preload directive is set; null otherwise
  • directives[][] - list of raw policy directives

HstsPreload

The HstsPreload object contains preload HSTS status of one source for the current hostname. Preload checks are done for the current hostname, not for a domain name. For example, a hostname "www.example.com" tested in SSL Labs would come back as "present" if there is an entry for "example.com" with includeSubDomains enabled or if there is an explicit entry for "www.example.com".

  • source - source name
  • hostname - name of the host
  • status - preload status:
    • error
    • unknown - either before the preload status is checked, or if the information is not available for some reason.
    • absent
    • present
  • error - error message, when status is "error"
  • sourceTime - time, as a Unix timestamp, when the preload database was retrieved

HpkpPolicy

  • header - the contents of the HPKP response header, if present
  • status - HPKP status:
    • unknown - either before the server is checked or when its HTTP response headers are not available
    • absent - header not present
    • invalid - header present, but couldn't be parsed
    • disabled - header present and syntatically correct, but HPKP is disabled
    • incomplete - header present and syntatically correct, incorrectly used
    • partial - header present and synatatically correct, but not all paths pinned
    • valid - header present, syntatically correct, and correctly used
  • error - error message, when the policy is invalid
  • maxAge - the max-age value from the policy
  • includeSubDomains - true if the includeSubDomains directive is set; null otherwise
  • reportUri - the report-uri value from the policy
  • pins[] - list of all pins used by the policy
  • matchedPins[] - list of pins that match the current configuration; each list entry contains an object with two fields, hashFunction and value (hex-encoded)
  • directives[][] - list of raw policy directives (name-value pairs)

staticPkpPolicy

  • status - SPKP status:
    • unknown - either before the server is checked or when its preload list not available
    • absent - static pinning not present
    • invalid - static pinning present, but couldn't be parsed
    • incomplete - static pinning present but doesn't match configuration
    • partial - static pinning present but not all trust paths pinned
    • forbidden - static pinning present, forbidden pinns matched
    • valid - static pinning present, syntatically correct, and correctly used
  • error - error message, when the policy is invalid
  • includeSubDomains - true if the includeSubDomains directive is set else false
  • reportUri - the report-uri value from the policy
  • pins[] - list of all pins used by the policy
  • matchedPins[] - list of pins that match the current configuration; each list entry contains an object with two fields, hashFunction and value (hex-encoded)
  • forbiddenPins[] - list of all forbidden pins used by policy;
  • matchedForbiddenPins[] - list of forbidden pins that match the current configuration; each list entry contains an object with two fields, hashFunction and value (hex-encoded)

HttpTransaction

  • requestUrl - request URL
  • statusCode - response status code
  • requestLine - the entire request line as a single field
  • requestHeaders[] - an array of request HTTP headers, each with name and value
  • responseLine - the entire response line as a single field
  • responseHeadersRaw[] - all response headers as a single field (useful if the headers are malformed)
  • responseHeaders[] - an array of response HTTP headers, each with name and value
  • fragileServer - true if the server crashes when inspected by SSL Labs (in which case the full test is refused)

DrownHosts

  • ip - Ip address of server that shares same RSA-Key/hostname in its certificate
  • export - true if export cipher suites detected
  • port - port number of the server
  • special - true if vulnerable OpenSSL version detected
  • sslv2 - true if SSL v2 is supported
  • status - drown host status:
    • error - error occurred in test
    • unknown - before the status is checked
    • not_checked - not checked if already vulnerable server found
    • not_checked_same_host - Not checked (same host)
    • handshake_failure - when SSL v2 not supported by server
    • sslv2 - SSL v2 supported but not same rsa key
    • key_match - vulnerable (same key with SSL v2)
    • hostname_match - vulnerable (same hostname with SSL v2)

Cert

  • id - certificate ID
  • subject - certificate subject
  • serialNumber - certificate serial number (hex-encoded)
  • commonNames[] - common names extracted from the subject
  • altNames[] - alternative names
  • notBefore - timestamp before which the certificate is not valid (Unix Timestamp)
  • notAfter - timestamp after which the certificate is not valid (Unix Timestamp)
  • issuerSubject - issuer subject
  • sigAlg - certificate signature algorithm
  • revocationInfo - a number that represents revocation information present in the certificate:
    • bit 0 (1) - CRL information available
    • bit 1 (2) - OCSP information available
  • crlURIs[] - CRL URIs extracted from the certificate
  • ocspURIs[] - OCSP URIs extracted from the certificate
  • revocationStatus - a number that describes the revocation status of the certificate:
    • 0 - not checked
    • 1 - certificate revoked
    • 2 - certificate not revoked
    • 3 - revocation check error
    • 4 - no revocation information
    • 5 - internal error
  • crlRevocationStatus - same as revocationStatus, but only for the CRL information (if any).
  • ocspRevocationStatus - same as revocationStatus, but only for the OCSP information (if any).
  • dnsCaa - true if CAA is supported else false.
  • caaPolicy - CAA Policy, Null if CAA is not supported
  • mustStaple - true if stapling is supported else false
  • sgc - Server Gated Cryptography support; integer:
    • bit 1 (1) - Netscape SGC
    • bit 2 (2) - Microsoft SGC
  • validationType - E for Extended Validation certificates; may be null if unable to determine
  • issues - list of certificate issues, one bit per issue:
    • bit 0 (1) - no chain of trust
    • bit 1 (2) - not before
    • bit 2 (4) - not after
    • bit 3 (8) - hostname mismatch
    • bit 4 (16) - revoked
    • bit 5 (32) - bad common name
    • bit 6 (64) - self-signed
    • bit 7 (128) - blacklisted
    • bit 8 (256) - insecure signature
    • bit 9 (512) - insecure key
  • sct - true if the certificate contains an embedded SCT; false otherwise.
  • sha1Hash - sha1 hash of the certificate
  • sha256Hash - sha256 hash of the certificate
  • pinSha256 - sha256 hash of the public key
  • keyAlg - key algorithm.
  • keySize - key size, in bits appropriate for the key algorithm.
  • keyStrength - key strength, in equivalent RSA bits
  • keyKnownDebianInsecure - true if debian flaw is found, else false
  • raw - PEM-encoded certificate

CaaPolicy

  • policyHostname - hostname where policy is located
  • caaRecords[] - list of Supported CAARecord

CaaRecord

  • tag - a property of the CAA record
  • value - corresponding value of a CAA property
  • flags - corresponding flags of CAA property (8 bit)

StatusCodes

  • statusDetails - a map containing all status details codes and the corresponding English translations. Please note that, once in use, the codes will not change, whereas the translations may change at any time.
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