I buy a wildcard cert and set in my website inside hestiacp.
Hestiacp show correctly info about this new ssl wildard, but when i visit the site i display the old certificate…
Tell us how to replicate the bug
- Go to web and edit domain
- Add wildcard ssl and click and save
- Page reload and correctly info is show
- Go to website and check curre
nt ssl… see the older
when i visit the site i display the old certificate
I think there is no need to hide the domain so we could check it from our side, anyways, Certera DV SSL CA doesn’t have issued a lot of certificates so it is easy to guess your domain si___od.com.br
I’ve checked it and yes, you are serving other certificate issued by AlphaSSL CA - SHA256 - G2.
Did you try to restart/reload web server?
Yeah, I restart nginx, apache, and server…
Could it be this certificate?
there is still time to cancel and try another one
Try to check the certificates saved for your domain:
In below commands, change xxUSERxx by your real user in hestiacp and xxDOMAINxx by your real domain.
openssl x509 -noout -in /home/xxUSERxx/conf/web/xxDOMAINxx/ssl/xxDOMAINxx.crt -issuer -subject -ext subjectAltName -dates
openssl x509 -noout -in /usr/local/hestia/data/users/xxUSERxx/ssl/xxDOMAINxx.crt -issuer -subject -ext subjectAltName -dates
I am not sure *.domain.com is valid for Issued To
It should normally domain.com and the alternate should be *.domain.com