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Any ideas how to resolve this ssl error?

Having an ssl error on kyhaircut.com (Just a random domain I am using to practice and test things with until I get it right.)

Here is a screenshot of the system log >>> https://qperfectdesign.com/r/kn

Here is a screenshot of the kyhaircut.com.conf file >>> https://qperfectdesign.com/r/ko

Here is a screenshot of the wildcardvhost.conf file >>> https://qperfectdesign.com/r/kp

Here is a screenshot of the hosts file >>> https://qperfectdesign.com/r/kq

Here is a screenshot of the system info >>> https://qperfectdesign.com/r/kr

Site works fine via ip and via http … just having the issue on 443.

Here is a screenshot of the error in chrome >>> https://qperfectdesign.com/r/ks

Here is a screenshot of the error in firefox >>> https://qperfectdesign.com/r/kt

Any ideas are welcomed. I’ve been dealing with it for 3 days and am out of ideas. Thank you in advance.

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Hello,

I would recommend following the steps here on how to secure an Apache webserver with Let’s Encrypt on Ubuntu 18.04, it exactly matches your current setup:

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-secure-apache-with-let-s-encrypt-on-ubuntu-18-04

Also as Matt mentioned, your domain name needs to be pointed to the server IP in order for Let’s Encrypt to be able to validate your domain.

Hope that this helps! Regards, Bobby