SSL appears even without SSL certificate installed on a domain

RafaelEbarola

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SOS guys,

I have observed that SSL appears even without SSL certificate installed on a domain in a google search bar.

A I'm missing something?

Or this issue is due to google analytics?

Thanks for the help guys.
 

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There's also the fact that if you're sure you don't have any SSL including AutoSSL's certificate installed if you're behind a CDN like CloudFlare they will automatically provision a certificate for the cached version of your site.

You can see if your site has an SSL installed from cPanel>>Security>>SSL/TLS -> Install and Manage SSL for your Site
 
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RafaelEbarola

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You probably have autossl turned on which installs free certs on every account.
I already disable and even enable Manage Auto SSL and still nothing happened. Google search still shows HTTPS on my domain2.com

The thing is, I have standard SSL installed on one of my domain but installed under its sub-domain "payments.domain.com" but why is it, the other domain2.com has https://www.domain2.com on google search
 

RafaelEbarola

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There's also the fact that if you're sure you don't have any SSL including AutoSSL's certificate installed if you're behind a CDN like CloudFlare they will automatically provision a certificate for the cached version of your site.

You can see if your site has an SSL installed from cPanel>>Security>>SSL/TLS -> Install and Manage SSL for your Site

Yes sir, even CDN crypto option under cloudflare has been disable but still HTTPS on my domain2.com appears on google search.
 

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Hello @RafaelEbarola

You can confirm whether or not you have a certificate by checking "Install and Manage SSL for your site" as I indicated previously. You can also learn a lot about the SSL and what provider issued it by using tools like SSL Checker - SSL Certificate Verify
 

RafaelEbarola

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Hello @RafaelEbarola

You can confirm whether or not you have a certificate by checking "Install and Manage SSL for your site" as I indicated previously. You can also learn a lot about the SSL and what provider issued it by using tools like SSL Checker - SSL Certificate Verify

I have 3 standard SSL in my account that I installed all to a sub-domain. I think I need to suspend all the SSL for now. Is there anyway to suspend SSL cerfiticate w/o rekeying it or switching to new domain?

My SSL is from Godaddy.

It given me too much headache
 

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You'd need to click "Uninstall" next to the certificate. If you did choose to install it again you wouldn't need to have it rekeyed but you would need to have the certificate and all the necessary parts saved somewhere
 

RafaelEbarola

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You'd need to click "Uninstall" next to the certificate. If you did choose to install it again you wouldn't need to have it rekeyed but you would need to have the certificate and all the necessary parts saved somewhere
Can't find it under version 78.0.21 of cpanel.

Already enable auto SSL and disable again it's auto SSL under manage auto SSL and unfortunately no luck.

I do have cloudflare and disable everything there under SSL settings that might affect on my domain.
 

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Can you please open a ticket using the link in my signature? Once open please reply with the Ticket ID here so that we can update this thread with the resolution once the ticket is resolved.


Thanks!
 

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Hi @RafaelEbarola


I checked in on this ticket and it appears to have already been resolved. It looks like the analyst found that there was some confusion, as there was no certificate on the site. You can visit sites that don't have a certificate over https but you will get a warning which is what was occurring in this instance.


Thanks!