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New laptop, exact same problem. Never encountered it before. Tried the long list of solutions offered around the web (browsing on a different computer). No joy. Then I thought of this: Booted W7 on old laptop (X220, HDD, W7 Pro OEM) I've been using for many years without having seen this problem except on a highly occasional basis, probably with bona ...


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The certificate doesn't have any influence on what the web server returns. Only the web server's virtual host configuration influences what the web server returns for each individual hostname. In Apache, you must define two <VirtualHost> blocks for each new subdomain, one for :80 and another for :443, and both blocks must specify your domain as ...


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HTTP default hidden port is 80, while HTTPs is 443. Example: http://localhost | http://localhost:80 https://localhost | https://localhost:443 443 is the default port for HTTPs websites. For example, https://superuser.com Is the same as https://superuser.com:443 and http://superuser.com Is the same as http://superuser.com:80


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Yes, anyone can create a self-signed certificate for every domain. If I follow your procedure with let’s say microsoft.com, will this make a trustfully certificate ? Then there are multiple options : distribute your certificate via a trustred channel to all your client and make them install it in their trusted certificate base, (the procedure depends of ...


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