Reviews: TLSA Validator

4.1 out of 5

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Farhan IslamJan 31, 2020

The module had stopped working, and they had official announcement about this on there website. https://www.dnssec-validator.cz/

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Andy HaubenschmidApr 8, 2018

Thank you very much for this helpful security plugin. Simple shows if the domainname is secured by dnssec and if it is so, it checks if the site has a valid tlsa entry for the current address and corresponding certificate. Very easy to see, if the site could be trusted.

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Thomas BennekDec 4, 2017

One of the best security tools! Please keep the support up!

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Joshua CornuttJun 9, 2017

Doesn't work in Chrome latest.

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Andre Luiz Bellafronte KutianskiFeb 13, 2016

Dont WOrk any more, out of date

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Gert Jan ZeilstraAug 26, 2015

The DNSSEC works great but the real problem behind TLSA is that most hosting companies and DNS registrars don't support this. It is too new and not widely adopted. We asked our registrar and they told us that TLSA is being looked at but is not supported yet. Also our business hosting company has no support for this. At that point most website owners will abandon TLSA until it is supported. Yes, you can do it manually but that is not very simple and most people should not attempt this. This ... Show more

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Ondřej CaletkaSep 5, 2014

Works perfectly with the latest Chrome or Chromium. Installation of the supporting binary is very simple.

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