Too many certificate is installed - cyber panel

After installing the cyber panel, By change, the issue of SSL happened many times. I think that's why there is a message showing in the section: websites--> list websites ---> manage. After clicking manage, I am seeing APPLIANCEADDA.COM HAS SELF-SIGNED SSL.
Your SSL will expire in 3649 days.
and whenever I am searching in chrome browser it is showing
Your connection is not private

Attackers might be trying to steal your information from (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more


and in the advanced section on that page where I search my domain, there is no unsafe link to open and showing normally uses encryption to protect your information. When Chrome tried to connect to this time, the website sent back unusual and incorrect credentials. This may happen when an attacker is trying to pretend to be or a Wi-Fi sign-in screen has interrupted the connection. Your information is still secure because Chrome stopped the connection before any data was exchanged.

You cannot visit at the moment because the website sent scrambled credentials that Chrome cannot process. Network errors and attacks are usually temporary, so this page will probably work later.

when I open the incognito tab it is also showing the same in that same browser but in safari, it occurs the same but there it provides me an unsafe link from where I can open site with not secure. I couldn’t open my cyber panel by the port in chrome but open in safari. but after opening. my cyber panel shows me secure in safari.
I think my domain is blocked from your side for too many attempts or there is many other problems, can you resolve them or tell me how will I resolve them?
My domain:

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Welcome to the Let's Encrypt Community :slightly_smiling_face:

From the certificate history of

you have been able to successfully acquire many Let's Encrypt certificates though none of the certificates cover,, and together like they should.

The trouble you are facing is with installing certificates on your Litespeed webserver, which is currently serving self-signed, snake-oil certificates for

What software or process did you use to acquire your Let's Encrypt certificates?

Who is the hosting provider for your website?

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Thank you for your response,
What software or process did you use to acquire your Let's Encrypt certificates?
I'm using a cyber panel with OpenLiteSpeed follow the steps given on the link below:
Installing CyberPanel - CyberPanel

only use this command: sh <(curl || wget -O -

for installation and follows the step in the terminal.

Who is the hosting provider for your website?
It is on DigitalOcean VPS with ubuntu 18.04 (LTS) x64 and DNS from Cloudflare.

Follow steps from the cyber panel interface which is available at port 8090 after installing it(cyber panel) where I issue the SSL many times. When the site couldn't get an instant SSL Certificate on the domain then, I delete My VPS and recreate a new VPS and connect my IP to Cloudflare DNS and follow the above process once again for installing a cyber panel with OpenLiteSpeed. This time before issue SSL certificate my domain was already assigned SSL for APPLIANCEADDA.COM HAS SELF-SIGNED SSL.
Your SSL will expire in 3649 days.

I think this information was from my previous process and I already explained what is happening after recreating once again another new VPS on my domain and follows the process that I mention in my first Query.

My question Let's encrypt can remove my website all SSL Certificates that I can reissue a new Certificate or they reissue a new SSL certificate to my domain.

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The self-signed, snake-oil certificate is simply installed as a placeholder until you install a real certificate. Think of it as the default certificate. It is nonfunctional, which is why you're seeing things like these:

You should issue a single Let's Encrypt certificate that covers,, and then install that certificate.

Which of the steps under Managing SSL did you follow?


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