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In Progress [CPANEL-21761] Manage SSL Hosts page throwing 500 error

Discussion in 'Security' started by Benjamin D., Jul 30, 2018.

  1. Benjamin D.

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    EDIT3 / TLDR; It does the following (see attached) on EVERY SINGLE mail.xxxxxxxxx.com subdomain altough their parent/root domain is fine. It's worth noting that if I visit the https URL (e.g.: mail.xxxxxxxxx.com) manually in my browser, it works totally fine, SSL cert is valid. Only from within WHM > "Manage SSL Hosts" does it crash with error 500: "An invalid destination was provided".

    Any idea what's causing this?
     

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    What does this mean exactly? Are you talking about clicking the link in List Accounts, in WebHost Manager, to access a cPanel account from within WHM?
     
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    See attached screenshot for more clarification as to where exactly I'm clicking to obtain this error.

    Sorry if this wasn't clear. If it's still unclear, feel free to ask more information.
     

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    @MikeDVB
    Your error is not the same as mine. You're getting a TIME OUT error. Mine instantly displays: "An invalid destination was provided."

    Thanks @MikeDVB I will, eventually, if there's no other way, but there's always a way and it would benefit the whole community to have it explained on here how to fix this. When I solve the issues I post on here by myself, they always ask me to post the solution on here, so I expect the same in return, it benefits everybody to know how to solve all these issues by ourselves.
     
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    Hello,

    Internal case CPANEL-21761 is open to address an issue where opening a secured subdomain (e.g. mail.domain.tld) from the WHM >> Manage SSL Hosts interface can result in a 500 error during the redirect attempt. I'll monitor this case and update this thread with more information as it becomes available. In the meantime, the workaround is to manually access the secured domain (or subdomain) manually from a web browser instead of through the Manage SSL Hosts interface.

    Thank you.
     
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