First off, I would like to say that I LOVE lets encrypt. Being a small startup web development company, you have saved me lots of money in SSL certificates for my clients and sites, and have made it possible for me to incorporate HTTPS into all of the sites I develop.
Secondly, I have a question about the client. When I ran letsencrypt-auto to create a certificate, and it asked me what domains I wanted to apply, I selected all of them in the list. All of the sites are correctly validated via SSL and HTTPS, however when I view the certificate information the domain is the same on all of them (Even though the actual site domain is not).
I am using Apache2 on ubuntu server 14.04
Is there a way to make each domain, and subdomain of each domain (as obtained from apache’s vhost config), to have their own certificate, that shows their own domain? When I first set it up, I had assumed that it would make a seperate certificate for each domain I selected, but it appears that it just made one certificate, and added all of the selected domains into that certificate (Which doesn’t help for showing that each site has its own certificate).
Thanks in advance for the help!