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I'm running a website which is acting extremely strange.

  • At the time of writing, this link works: http://www.example.com
  • This link doesn't: http://example.com
  • But it does work if you copy/paste it and run it in Incognito...
  • This link (after ignoring a warning) serves a totally unrelated and unknown website: https://example.com

I have no idea how to debug this issue. I have contacted the hosting and domain company to investigate the issue. How is the last issue even possible?

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Please add some details as to what web server you're using, if you're using a control panel, and if you have an SSL certificate installed. –  dan Dec 2 '13 at 0:22
    
The site uses cPanel, and is running wordpress –  joon Dec 2 '13 at 0:37
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up vote 6 down vote accepted

http://egothieves.com/ redirects to http://www.egothieves.com/. It’s probably a caching issue if it doesn’t work for you (that’s also why it works in private browsing mode for you).

https://www.jevousenprie.com/ seems to be the actual adress of the site that is published at https://egothieves.com/.

Both domains use ns1.tsohost.co.uk/ns2.tsohost.co.uk/ns3.tsohost.co.uk as name servers. Both sites are hosted on the same IP: 188.65.117.68.

It seems that jevousenprie.com is the only domain using a SSL certificate on this server (or maybe the only one that works). So all 40+ domains used on 188.65.117.68 show this site when accessed via HTTPS:

Seems that the server (SNI?) is misconfigured.

Rob on SO seems to have the very same problem: Multiple sites per Apache server with SSL showing wrong site with HTTPS (no answer yet).

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That makes it sound like it's out of our hands. Since we are just a single site on a shared hosting, we will contact the hosting company to fix this. –  joon Dec 2 '13 at 0:53
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