When I ran an SSL Test for a site deployed at Hestia, the SSL Test program received two certificates: one for the site itself and one for the certificate used by the Hestia panel (in this case, it belongs to another domain). Since I don’t know much about this, I don’t know if this is an expected result? Or is it a problem that should be optimized?
If the answer is the latter, how should I avoid sending two SSL certificates to my website?
Please write more about the ssl test tool you’ve used.
I am using Qualys SSL Labs’s SSL Test.
Official Site: SSL Server Test (Powered by Qualys SSL Labs)
Here is my report: SSL Server Test: img.lun.im (Powered by Qualys SSL Labs)
You can find there is a Certificate #2, and the cert’s domain is not the report’s main domain, it’s control panel’s domain.
I had no idea why it could get this cert.
They try to access over ip probally:
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