<html><head><META HTTP-EQUIV="refresh" CONTENT="0;URL=/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi"></head><body></body></html>
<html><head><script> window.location.href = (window.location.protocol != "http:") ? "http:" + window.location.href.substring(window.location.protocol.length) : "/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi"; </script></head><body></body></html>
It's likely you have installed a SSL certificate on a shared IP address. Thus, any attempts to access SSL content on other domain names assigned that same IP address will result in you seeing the contents of the domain name you installed the certificate for. Ensure you install a SSL certificate individually for each domain name on that IP address to avoid this problem.I'm seeing the same thing here. Michael what exactly are you referring to about where the SSL certificate is installed - we have a wildcard cert installed in cPanel (SSL Manager) for some of the domains?
Any other idea?404 Not Found
The server can not find the requested page:
domain.com/subpage.php (port 443)
webserver.myserver.com - This CA Root certificate is not trusted because it is not in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store.
HelloActually with Apache HTTP is fine but HTTPS still doesn't work (cleared browser cache and tried with different browsers and alternative domains).
HTTPS is only fine with SSL domains.
That's only possible if you install a SSL certificate on the domain name and then use custom Mod_Rewrite rules in the .htaccess file to redirect secure requests to the insecure URL.New Ok, that's fair enough. But still, there is no way to redirect HTTPS requests to the legitimate HTTP domains?
Yes, this will work by default as long as the server is using CentOS/RHEL/CL version 6 or higher (supports SNI).New PS. Sorry, just a last question. Can I use the same shared IP between different accounts to install multiple specific SSL certs for their domains?
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