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Apache mod_rewrite: domain -> www.domain with wildcard SSL

I have an Apache 2.2 server and a wildcard SSL certificate for *.domain.com and have set up a mod_rewrite ruleset for both 80 and 443 that will properly redirect requests for domain.com to ...
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2answers
206 views

Do I need wildcard SSL for the www subdomain

I own example.com, example.net, and example.biz. I use Apache to rewrite example.net and example.biz to example.com. Based on this rewriting, it is my understanding that I would only need a ...
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1answer
277 views

Wildcard SSL not working for multiple subdomains

I have a wildcard SSL for my website, but I'm getting a strange error in my web browser(s). You attempted to reach app.dev.mysite.com, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself ...
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1answer
66 views

Wildcard SSL - Apache and Tomcat

We currently run 4 onsite web servers and 1 offsite server. Four of our severs run Apache 2.x webservers, while the one other server runs Tomcat. The server which runs on Tomcat contains third party ...
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1answer
935 views

Why Apache is returning a wrong certificate?

I have foo.es site with a SSL wildcard certificate running since 2 years ago. Now I want to install another certificate for "*.foo.com" in the same server. I've copied the new foo_com.crt and ...
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62 views

Wildcard SSL for *.example.com generated from a.example.com - unable to apply to b.example.com

I am having a problem with understanding/setting up wildcard SSL certificate. The scenario is this: example.com(HTTP) domain is hosted by third party company and as it does not provide specific ...
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1answer
173 views

Apache is serving from the first virtualhost for all subdomains and main domain

Objective: To have multiple sub-domains working successfully with a wildcard SSL certificate. The sub domains do not have separate dedicated cpanel account, and hence share the same dedicated IP ...
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342 views

How can I use HTTPS with *.domain.com AND domain.com? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to have a certificate which works with both example.com and subdomain.example.com in IIS? I've been looking for a solution to the following problem for a few days ...
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611 views

Wildcard not working for sub-sub domain?

I have a wildcard SSL for a certain domain, for question purpose let's say *.example.com. It works fine if I match a direct sub-domain like aaaa.example.com, but when I try to associate a ...
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1answer
177 views

Multiple Django sites on a single SSL certificate using a single IP with Apache

Is it technically possible to setup multiple Django sites using a single SSL certificate on a single IP address with Apache? Below is an excerpt from my SSL config: Alias /media/ ...
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1answer
634 views

Apache, Wildcard SSL and mod_rewrite

I have a wildcard SSL cert, which is working fine: <VirtualHost *:443> ServerName star.mydomain.com DocumentRoot /dev/null SSLEngine On SSLCertificateFile ...
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1answer
1k views

Having many subdomains with SSL--best practices?

I have a site that has many subdomains (one for each client). The content for each subdomain will be different, pulling different data, different layouts etc, so I don't think I can just alias one ...
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1answer
615 views

Virtualmin: Automatically create SSL based website with a shared SSL wildcard cert?

I managed to configure this very nicely under cPanel/WHM, but I am having trouble configuring it under Virtualmin: when I create a new Virtual Server in Virtualmin, I want it to automatically create ...