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As a work around, I am proxying the web service: My SSL Hosting (Angular Project + Newly created proxy web service) AWS (Old Web service + MySql Database) From angularJS i call newly created proxy (that just uses cURL). This cURL code passes request to AWS server over HTTP.


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This will use for both www or non-www If you try to open link with www then url redirect to https with www Example: http://domain.com redirect to https://domain.com or If you try to open link with non-www then url redirect to https with non-www Example: http://www.domain.com redirect to https://www.domain.com RewriteEngine on RewriteCond ...


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This is a difficult question to answer simply because there is no direct answer to this question. So let's see if we can work through the process. Let's assume a few things. The first of which is a blanket 301 redirect from one site, HTTP, to another, HTTPS. The second is that there are links to the HTTP site and not to the HTTPS site. What we know. The ...


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In the disavow file, domain:example.com covers all cases of www cname(s) and all subdomains, under http:// and https://. So no matter what their domain runs as, or what subs are running, it'll be disavowed https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/2648487?hl=en says: If you want Google to ignore all links from an entire domain (like example.com), ...


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The answer is - which one is Google indexing? It will only index one version. That's the one you disavow. Do it with the root domain (domain:example.com) and you don't even need to specify a protocol.


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As Steffen metioned it is not possible to do the renewals without domain re-validation. BUT even without SSH access it is possible to automate the Let's Encrypt renewal request which shoould solve your manual validation problem. Have a look at: Lescript on GitHub The challenges are completed by creating the files and folders using PHP. The only thing you ...


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Here is the shorter version of your code : RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off [OR] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\. RewriteRule ^ https://www.%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [NE,L,R]


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My only other thought is to try a rewrite rule in Apache - but a conditional one. : Is this possible? Unfortunately not. The user sees the certificate error long before the request hits your server-side code. The only way to fix a certificate error is to fix the certificate. If this was not the case then security could be bypassed. the problem ...


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I solved this problem via : RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(www\.example\.com)(:80)? [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*) https://example.com/$1 [R=301,L] RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} 80 [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://example.com/$1 [R=301,L]


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YES. It's not official yet, but Bitly is starting to talk about their upcoming HTTPS support and it's already being rolled out. Here are two examples: https://huff.to/1NozAOQ and https://tcrn.ch/1SMWIIN I tried it for my own branded domain (on a free account) and, initially, it didn't work. However, after several hours, a new certificate showed up and ...


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Assuming that HTTPS is working okay which it seems to be: Make sure you redirect HTTP to HTTPS. Make sure your sitemap, if you have one, is using HTTPS. If you have made this change in the past few months, please know that the changes will take quite a while to be relfected in the SERPs. Google keys their database off of a couple of things. One of the ...


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I really appreciate with @Steve. As you explained, your requirement is securing your ecommerce platform where users or customers can set up secure web store with their own custom domains or sub-domains or second level sub-domains. In that case, wildcard SSL can’t eligible to fulfill your business needs, because it can secure only sub-domains which are ...


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A wild card certificate won't work in the way you have described. To implement a single certificate you would need to have each customer as a subdomain of the primary domain. "...a wildcard certificate is a public key certificate which can be used with multiple subdomains of a domain..." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildcard_certificate There is a Unified ...


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We had similar migration and we learned few things while we migrated: Your question 1 We've now redirected all traffic from http to https and set the main page to https in the google analytics tool 1) Even if you switch your complete site from http to https the changes would not get reflected in a single day. It will take sometime may be a month for ...


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Usually, web hosts install SSL certificate on dedicated IP address. But in your case, your web host has installed the SSL on shared IP of web server. The shared IP address is being used by the other hosted domains and hence when browser requests on port 443 the default website will be displayed. 127.0.0.1:443, website to display ==> website with SSL cert ...


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My hypothesis on the 5429 errors is that Google is trying to parse an HTML doc, (i.e., the redirect is working, but ending up in the wrong place). Could be a 404 page, an error page or even the home page. I had this very problem yesterday where the http://example.com/robots.txt was redirecting to /index.php and then again to my home page due to a dodgy ...


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This is because the server is a shared hosting environment. There are at least 300 other domains on your server with you. In such a case, most hosts will (for some reason) allow SSL on the main shared IP, which means the first person who gets an SSL gets all the traffic for any account also on the server. They do this on purpose even though there are ways to ...


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Which cipher suite we serve depends, in part, on which processor you have. The reason this matters is that it'll modify the cipher suites your browser sends in it's ClientHello (and that our servers pick from when sending back the ServerHello). AES is preferred on machines that have hardware support for this symmetric cipher while ChaCha/Poly1305 is ...


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Cloudflare is not a webhost, they are a CDN, DNS, DDoS protection, Web Security Provider. If you are using Cloudflare you are still required to have a separate web host for your website. Cloudflare will act as a middle man in between your web server and your users, this way your users would connect to cloudflare and Cloudflare will fetch the content from ...


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IE (any version, but particularly 8) is one of the worst browsers ever made, and no one should be using it. There are an endless # of issues you will face with it, when developing. I don't support it, and I have no problems telling my customers that. You would be doing them a favor or a major disservice if you didn't convince them to update.



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