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I had the same exact problem, and what worked for me was unbelievably simple edit /etc/apache2/ports.conf (for ubuntu, or httpd.conf ) change "Listen 443" to "Listen 443 http" under ssl_module
I can't vouch the security of such a system, as it will depend on a combination of the security of your server and automated script in addition to a secure Apache configuration, but it isn't beyond the realm of possibility that one could be deployed. You do need to configure separate virtual hosts with Server Name Indication (SNI). You should have a default ...
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