I found a weird issue today for none-https website. I have 5 sites hosted on the same IP. Only 1 website has ssl enabled, name it Site A.

However, When I access https version of none-https sites like Site B, the content is a direct copy of Site A.

How to solve this?

closed as off-topic by Steve, dan May 6 at 8:56

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    There is not enough information here for us to be able to answer. I suggest contacting your hosting service. – Steve May 6 at 7:47
  • What kind of information to be added? Hosting provider can't help on this coz it is not a managed service – rauldeng May 6 at 8:00
  • What happens when you activate SSL on other sites? Why wouldn't you do that? – Steve May 6 at 8:10
  • The sites without ssl are not important so we don't use and activate ssl on them. – rauldeng May 6 at 8:46
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    Presumably you first get a browser security warning that the security certificate is invalid (that you must click through/accept)? It sounds like you perhaps have the vhost configs defined in the "wrong" order (or you don't have a "default" config) and it's defaulting to the first defined vhost for port 443? – DocRoot May 6 at 9:22

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