Problem with the HTTPS and Google


#1

My website is replicate in another website and this is the response of my hosting provider


It seems that the problem is caused by the SSL certificates you have
deployed on your websites via the Let’s Encrypt utility. Google scans
all of the websites tha resolve to the IP address 184.154.247.XXX for
https:// connections and when it tries to access the other websites via
https:// your content is shown instead.
You can test this by accessing this website https://[censored].asn.au.
A possible solution will be to order a dedicated IP address from your User Area -> Add Services Tab.

Best Regards,
[censored]
Technical Support Team


#2

You enter the url of a website belonging to another customer on the same web host and your website shows up? Or you have multiple domains, all showing the same content when using https?

Sounds more like a web server configuration issue to me. I’d probably redirect requests using the “wrong” url to the correct one, that way when accessing https://wrong.url (and accepting the cert warning?) at least the user is redirected to the actual website url.

Do this with e.g. htaccess if apache

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !www.mydomain.com$ [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.mydomain.com/$1 [L,R=301] </IfModule>

Or add a default https site where these requests end up. If you lack permission to do any of this, it’s an issue for your hosting provider to resolve.

You shouldn’t need a dedicated IP…


#3

Hi @eridan911 the URL is from another person in autralia and is not hosted in the same server (hosting provider)

The other url dont bellow to me.


#4

Looks like your provider messed up with SSL vHosts. A dedicated IP is no needed anymore because of SNI. In fact you can loose every Win XP user, but I think you can deal with it.

So I think it’s not your problem but your providers problem.