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Is a wildcard DNS record bad practice?

I asked my hoster to add three subdomains all pointing to the IP of the A record. It seems he simply added a wildcard DNS record because any random subdomain resolves to my IP now. This is OK for me ...
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Signing/Generating SSL Certificates for ElasticSearch (search-guard)

I am trying to build my own ElasticSearch cluster and I decided to use an open source plugin called Search Guard. It requires generation of client and host/node certificates. In its demo there is a ...
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It´s possible to use a wildcard SSL certificate in SFTP/SSH connection?

I have a wildcard SSL certificate, *.mydomain.com, private, public Keys, pem/key file, certificate, etc. I have a SFTP/SSH Server based on MySecureShell to share and get some data using FTPS with ...
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Is a wildcard CNAME DNS record valid?

I know it's valid to have a DNS A record that's a wildcard (e.g. *.mysite.com). Is it possible/valid/advised to have a wildcard CNAME record?
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Globbing based on current directory

Ran into some strange behavior today. Wondering if anyone here can tell me what is behaving differently. Environment is a RHEL 6.7 server. I run the following command: yum list installed *mysql* If ...
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(Self-signed) certificate with wildcards for localhost IPs (127…)

Is there a way to create a (self-signed) certificate that will cover all localhost IPs such as the full range for 127? I tried both 127.* and 127.*.*.* but neither worked; I still got SSL error pages ...
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Set Apache's vhosts with a sub-domain automatically

I'm posting here, because I want to configure apache vhosts automatically, like a.mydomain.com , b.mydomain.com ,etc ... but It doesn't work. I've already setting up a DNS Wilcard record like ( * ...
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Multiple VirtualHost definitions with multiple ServerAlias wildcards in apache

I posted this on SO but I thought here would be a better place to get an answer. I'm trying to add multiple VirtualHost definitions to automatically point a site at the correct folder, depending on ...
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different ssl cerfiticate for subdomain [duplicate]

Since I can't afford buying a wildcard ssl, I want to purchase another ssl certificate for m.mysite.com, so mysite.com and www.mysite.com will have the a different ssl certificate than m.mysite.com ...
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Exchange 2013 - IMAP with Wildcard Cert - Error when Set-ImapSettings

Trying to get a wildcard cert working on Exchange 2013 for IMAP purposes. Unable to add in ECP (receives error about it not having a FQDN since its a wildcard) So then I try to run: Set-...
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Multiple Wildcard SSL binding issue in IIS 7.5

I have a requirement for a second Wildcard SSL *.domain2.com to be installed on Win2008 R2, IIS 7.5 . The server currently has one NIC and one IP installed. When I try to bind the test.domain2.com ...
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Wildcard CNAME DNS records overriding specific A DNS records on one provider

Ran into a weird issue where a wildcard CNAME record (i.e. *.example.com) was overriding specific A records (i.e. host1.example.com, host2.example.com). It only affected Verizon Wireless's ...
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How to change loading order of domain and subdomain name on nginx?

I have enabled Wordpress Multisite with subdirectory on VPS nginx server. I also have roundcube & postfix running. The URL to access mail is webmail.mysite.com. The problem is webmail.mysite.com ...
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Unbound not forwarding query

I'm having some trouble getting Unbound to forward queries correctly. My current unbound.conf looks something like this: forward-zone: name: "google.com" forward-addr: 8.8.8.8 ...
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1.1.1.1 uses an invalid security certificate [closed]

I have bought a wild-card certificate for *.helloworld.com in "Godaddy" and had tried to use it in "2.2.2.2" that is in digital ocean which has my apache installed, ssl configured based on the above ...
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Difference between ssl products and recommented ssl [closed]

I need more information on SSL certificate. I am using AWS EC2 Ubuntu 14 with LAMP. I looked for OpenSSL as I do not have budget but it acts like first one. I need SSL which can acts like ...
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io error on no-match glob within cifs OSX -> debian jessie mount

Using a wildcard/glob (at least * and ?) in bash causes an input/output error when there are no matches on a samaba cifs mount in Debain Jessie 8.2. On other filesystems, the expected No such file ...
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Preventing IP wildcard address from binding to entire loopback range

Servers often use the IPv4 wildcard address 0.0.0.0 to bind to all interfaces, one of these being the loopback interface (127.0.0.0/8). On Windows, is it possible to prevent binding to the entire ...
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Subdomain redirection is causing an error in apache

I am redirecting https://username.mywebsite.com/ to https://mywebsite.com/username using this redirection RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(.*).mywebsite.com [NC] RewriteRule .* https://...
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exim: redirect all but a number of local parts

On my server, I implement redirects using this router virtual_aliases: driver = redirect allow_defer allow_fail data = ${lookup{$local_part@$domain}wildlsearch*@{/etc/vhosts/forwards}} ...
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Any way to have wildcards in fstab?

My goal is to allow any user to mount a cifs share to /media/networkshare or even better /media/networkshare/share_* Is there any way to allow wildcards in fstab such that they can do that? I can't ...
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DNS queries are high for non existent records. can safely do a 0.0.0.0 wildcard record?

I have a domain and i am use dnsmadeasy for the DNS. I have noticed the queries are up in the millions each month for records i don't even have. So is it okay to do a wildcard A record such as *....
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Can I use wildcards with SAN self-signed certificates?

We have a dev server that is accessible through the Internet, but is IP restricted, so security here is merely a way of allowing us to reproduce the live environment as opposed to trying to be secure. ...
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How to add DANE/TLSA on a wildcard subdomain?

I would like to enable DANE/TLSA on *.example.com for https. To activate it on example.com I can do that (I used TYPE52 instead of TLSA because my DNS provider is not DANE-aware): _443._tcp.example. ...
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Make dynamic redirection with dynamic sub domain

it is possible to make dynamic redirection with dynamic sub domain? that is to say that I have a domain with redirection *.domain.com, to my server-1 but I'd like: a1.domain.com -> server-1 b1....
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Apache: The given path contained wildcard characters

The problem is not a persistent one; it happens sometimes and I am unable to recreate it (even using the same urls). [Tue Dec 20 09:07:12 2011] [error] [client 66.249.66.169] (20025)The given ...
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facebook app giving Security error when click on a shared link to my site [closed]

I have built a site and users are sharing it on facebook, but when one of their friends click on the link it give them this error. Security error There are problems with the security ...
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Logging wildcard query in bind

I had setup a wildcard in my zone, and now I regret. I want to found out which name is actually in use. Any ways to log all queries that matches the wildcard in bind?
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BIND9: How To Simulate NXDOMAIN Over Wildcard Record? [duplicate]

I have a BIND9 database with a wildcard record: * IN CNAME host.mydomain.tld. I want to get my DNS server to "spoof" NXDOMAIN for chosen names: nxhost1 => NXDOMAIN nxhost2 => NXDOMAIN etc... ...
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Multiple wildcard certificates for same common name on different servers

We've recently ventured into the cloud for hosting a number of websites. On our on-premise hosting we're using a wildcard certificate for a number of websites, and we want to do the same for our ...
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Pointing www to one place, but keep subdomain here

First of all, sorry for the awful wording in the title. I will try to explain what I actually need and hopefully someone here will know if it's possible or no. Basically I want to point my domain-name....
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WIldcard SSL Subdomain Not Pointing at Correct DocumentRoot 3

I have the same problem than: WIldcard SSL Subdomain Not Pointing at Correct DocumentRoot but the answer does not help me. I have a Wildcard SSL installed on my Apache server. With HTTP : www....
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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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In Bash, are wildcard expansions guaranteed to be in order?

Is the expansion of a wildcard in Bash guaranteed to be in alphabetical order? I am forced to split a large file into 10 Mb pieces so that they can be be accepted by my Mercurial repository. So I was ...
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Wildcard SSL certificate for second-level subdomain

I'd like to know if any certificates support a double wildcard like *.*.example.com? I've just been on the phone with my current SSL provider (register.com) and the girl there said they don't offer ...
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Wildcard DNS to NOT resolve a specific entry

I have a wildcard DNS on my external service: *.example.com I have one specific service, that I need to NOT resolve externally, to help a VPN service type connection fail silently. If there a way ...
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How can I configure a mail server to support wildcard addresses and catch them with a server script?

Hello I'd like to know if it's possible to configure a mail server to support wildcard addresses like %@example.com or *@example.com and send those incoming emails not in a mailbox (cause they would ...
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Wildcard SSL with prefix

I am wondering if it's possible to create a wildcard certificate with a prefix. I know that *.domain.com will cover anything at the first level (eg. one.domain.com, two.domain.com, three-four.domain....
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Wildcard MX record support?

Let's say I want to start a service where customers get their own subdomain on my domain for email addresses only. I have an A record for mydomain.com and a CNAME for www.mydomain.com If I add a ...
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Automatic subdomain wildcard for DHCP-DDNS additions?

I'm running dhcp-4.0.2 server and bind-9.6.1-P3. When a new Mac OSX DHCP client with the name "harry" connects to the network, the DHCP server gives it a lease, and adds appropriate A & PTR ...
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Parametric Apache Virtualhost

I have a Virtualhost made this way: <VirtualHost *:80> Servername www.website.com DocumentRoot /path/to/application-1.2.1/client/app/ ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/logs/...
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nginx: setup a webmail for every domain (wildcard domain?)

I would like to setup a webmail mail. subdomain for every domain I have on my server, using nginx. It seems to work on https://mail.mydomain.com but I can also access the webmail by visiting the ...
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Proper implementation of Wildcard DNS on top of an A record

I need to set a wildcard DNS record for a sub domain which already has an A record. I'm not sure if i have to use a new A record for this or can just use a CNAME that points to the A record. My ...
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Postfix deliver mail for orginal destination + BCC - but only for one email

I have postfix with virtual users, I'm looking for solution, tried google it, but no luck. I want to achieve this one: mail for admin@* should be delvered to admin@* and BCC for webmaster@* I ...
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HAProxy loadbalancing wildcards

This is an example of my loadbalancer file for a single DNS entry. acl: - 'is_site_net hdr(host) -i site.net’ use_backend: - 'site_net if is_site.net whitelist_list’ site_net: options: ...
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Sql 2008 r2 wildcard certificate

I have installed wildcard certificate in Certificates(Local Computer)\Personal in sql server. We are using Windows 2008R2 server and 2008 R2 SQL. Certificate is issued by StartCom. With certificate ...
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Wildcard for A and MX records possible?

I'm building an app where each customer can have their own subdomain. For this example, he setup his subdomain to be: whisky I created a wildcard subdomain in my DNS: *.myapp.com A 123.123.123.123 ...
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Can I use the same wildcard certification for *.domain.com and domain.com

You can make an SSL certificate by using *.domain.com as the name. But unfortunately, this doesn't cover https://domain.com Is there any fix for this?
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Install GoDaddy Wildcard SSL Certificate on Tomcat 6

I have a wildcard ssl certificate that was generated by one of our Server Admins. I would like to use a copy for one of our sub-domains. Do I need to go through recreating a CSR file using keytool. ...
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Include via wildcard in unbound.conf

According to its man page (Section FORMAT) unbound's configuration directive include: "[...] can be used to include multiple files, see glob(7)." Now, regardless of whether the directive is ...