When installing an SSL certificate on a server you should install all intermediate certificates as well. Paste or upload your certificate to generate a .crt-file with all intermediate certificates concatenated.

All operating systems contain a set of default trusted root certificates.
But Certificate Authorities usually don’t use their root certificate to sign customer certificates.
They use so called intermediate certificates instead, because these can be rotated more frequently.

If not all intermediate certificates are installed on your server, some clients —mostly mobile browsers—
will think you are on an insecure connection.

More info and to test your certificate chain go to https://certificatechain.io/

DNS Twister

dnstwister generates a list of domain names that are similar to one that you provide, checking to see if any of them are registered.

dnstwister can tell you if someone may be using a domain like yours for malicious purposes like phishing or trademark infringement.

For instance as the owner of the domain dnstwister.report I would be very interested to know if someone registered the ‘dnstw1ster.report’ domain and started sending malicious password-reset emails to users.

For more info see https://dnstwister.report/