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2 PositiveSSL certificates with VestaCP

I’ve tried to add 2 SSL certificates to 2 my sites via VestaCP, both had added successfully (VestaCP accepted both). When I visit one of the sites (https://sazanovi.ch) it provides correct certificate, but when I visit second one (https://playstation4.club) I receive wrong certificate and unsecured connection as result.

I’ve tried to research the problem and found that VestaCP sends certificate from sazanovi.ch to playstation4.club.

I absolutely sure that I paste data from playstation4.club certificate’s files, so I can’t understand what I need to do to secure both sites. Can anyone give me a solution or suggestion? Thanks.


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Hello,

Through testing this multiple times I’ve been unable to replicate it. When I add the domain through Vesta and add the key and certificate for multiple domains. Vesta returns things properly. I would ensure that perhaps the keys themselves are keyed properly if you are certain you have installed them correctly.

It’s possible then that the SSl itself is not keyed properly for sazanovi.ch or that you added the domains incorrectly. Since you are certain you added them correctly, I would investigate the keys themselves, and ensure they are keyed properly.

You may want to reach out to the person who provided the SSL to you, and ensure they are keyed properly.