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How do I send different SSLCertificateFile based on SSL_TLS_SNI environment variable? [closed]

Idea is to run a wildcard cert off an internal CA for *.domain.com, while public-facing domain.com site is validated by a world recognized CA. Application serving requests is the same though, so I'd ...
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Can wildcard and single domain certificate coexist for the same domain

Because we have externally hosted applications by vendors under specific sub-domains (vendor1.domain.org, vendor2.domain.org...), we would like to keep single certificates for these sub-domains while ...
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SSL wildcard certificates and trailing 'www'

I've got a wildcard SSL certificate for *.mydomain.com. I'm using nginx, and redirecting all traffic for http to https, and also rewriting the URLs without a trailing www (if there is one). So it ...
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Multiple dynamic subdomains and SSL (*.*.mysubdomain.mydomain.com)

I have a requirement to add SSL to a system that uses multiple dynamic subdomains. For example: Y.X.mysubdomain.mydomain.com Z.X.mysubdomain.mydomain.com X = is the name of client and is dynamic Y ...
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3answers
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is wildcard ssl insecure?

Is there anything inherently more insecure about using a wildcard SSL certificate over a regular SSL certificate? We are looking to implement a subdomained web application (a la FreshBooks and ...
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Double Wildcard SSL Certificates

Is there a registar that offers SSL certificates for: ..domain.com or something_fixed.*.domain.com? -- M.
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Subdomains and SSL > How can I provide SSL on *.domain.com and also at the root

I know that you can provide SSL at any subdomain with a wildcard SSL cert, but how can you do that and also have SSL at the root (ie, when somebody just types https://example.com/ without the www)? ...