I notice that your SSL Server Test only checks port 443, it would great to be able to check more ports.
Is there any plans to add this feature?
Thank in advance for any info
ssllabs.com : Scans only public domains(not IP's) and port is 443. We have not decided yet to add more ports.
Let me know if you need more information.
Yes, we do. We're hoping to include that feature in the next major update to the assessment platform.
Are you looking to use our tool with other ports (but still HTTP), or do you need other ports and protocols (e.g., SMTP)?
Yeah SMTP, POP/IMAP, Plesk Port 8443 and the usual 443 would be great.
Are there any News on the non default (especially 8443) HTTPS Ports? I really like your tool and I'd even love it more if I could scan port 8443!
Thank you very much
No, no news yet.
Been another couple of years, any news on if/when this will be available? I really like this tool and regularly use it for security checks, but have a few integrated services that run on alternative ports that I would really like to be able to scan as well.
Not sure how the SSL Labs tool does anything more or less than the standard VM product.
So, I'm just noting that there is a solution in the Qualys VM product for what is being asked in this thread.
If you look at the How does vulnerability scanning work? article, you can find these statements :
This implies that the vuln scan does something like a service fingerprint on all ports specified in the scan option profile.
It will determine - if it can - that a port / service is using Http, Https, Smtp, Smb, etc ... and make the appropriate assessments (QIDs) on that service operating on the port.
So, there is no 'feature enhancement' needed in the VM product to do what the OP and others have asked in this thread ; it is already done as standard vuln scan behavior.
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