Opensource rocks!

I received two more awesome patches for ssl-cert-check. Ken Gallo sent me a patch to allow ssl-cert-check to process certificates stored in PKCS#12 databases, and I am hoping to integrate his changes this upcoming weekend. Quanah Gibson-Mount sent me a patch that adds nagios support to ssl-cert-check, and also adjusts the default binary locations to work on more systems out of the box. Since numerous people are contributing patches to make opensource solutions better, I truly do think opensource is the way to go (I think closed source solutions have value as well)! With opensource solutions, you have access to the source, you can change things to suit your needs, and the changes you make will most likely benefit lots of people. You can download the new version of ssl-cert-check from my website, and I would like to thank Quanah and Ken for their awesome contributions!

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