The recent discovery of the heartbleed vulnerability has prompted certificate authorities to re-issue certificates.
I have two certificates that were generated before the heartbleed vulnerability was discovered. After the SSL issuer told me to regenerate the certificate I have updated both my servers/domains with the new certificates.
If my understanding is correct then the old certificates should have been revoked by the CA and should have made it to the CRL (Certificate revocation List) or the OCSP database (Online Certificate Status Protocol) otherwise it is technically possible for someone to perform a "man in the middle attack" by regenerating the certificates from information picked up from compromised certificates.
Is there a way to check if my old certificates have made it to CRL and OCSP. If they haven't is there a way to get them included?
UPDATE : The situation is that I have already replaced my certificates all I have is the .crt files of the old certificates so using the url to check is not really possible.