My website is hosted on hosting24.com*, which, at the time I purchased their service, seemed like a good enough host. I was (I hope) to be proved wrong.
Bascially, they are saying that
You need a Gold-package (which is the only account-type that offers a dedicated IP) to be able to have a private SSL.
Which is all fine and good. But, and here comes the fun part, they also say that
All other accounts have shared IP and SSL, meaning that if you use https, you might sometimes end up on the wrong website.
I call bullshit. Why? Two reasons:
So, since I'm not the most versed in these matters (I'm a programmer, not a sysadmin), Im asking you, good folks:
Is any of this something any of you have encountered before, if so, how did you deal with it?
If not, how would you deal with it?
My reaction when I discovered this was, needless to say, "Let's get out of here, quick".
*Sorry, but I can only post two hyper-links. If any of you want, can you edit so the link to www.hosting24.com actually is a link (and also so, at the top of the post, website is [website])?