My domain is: kiepownica.pl
My web server is (include version):
The operating system my web server runs on is:
Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS
I can login to a root shell on my machine:
I’m using a control panel to manage my site:
The version of my client is:certbot 0.31.0
The problem is that even though fox-clan.cz website doesn’t exist on my server, and certbot doesnt list it as one up for lets encrypt when running certbot-apache for some reason fox-clan.cz is the main common name for my certificate.
I have already tried recreating the certificate several times and made sure that there are no fox-clan.cz remnants, yet it’s still using fox-clan.cz instead of kiepownica.pl as the common name.
I am not really sure what are the consequences of this, but I’d rather see kiepownica.pl instead of fox-clan.cz on my certificates common name.
I have went through google and haven’t found any clear explanation of why this might be happening. Interesting part is that it’s working perfectly fine and everything is encrypted, but I’d rather break any connections with fox-clan.cz and having it as the common name of my main server is definitely not something I would like to see.
I noticed that currently certbot get started mentions package python-certbot-apache, do I really need it if I have both 2.7 and 3.7 python enviroment already?
Also, is certbot 0.31 the latest version? I did add the PPA, but it does say it is up-to-date, while the latest one on github is 0.38. My guess is that 0.31 would be the current stable release, correct me if I’m wrong please.
Thanks for any input.
PS. There’s no fox-clan.cz on apache2 on my server, which makes me even more confused.