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Redirecting domains on https without creating a certificate for them?

Stephen is correct in saying you MUST have a SSL certificate to redirect an HTTPS request. But you don't need a certificate for each site. If they are all in the same zone ("example" in your ...
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Advice in acquiring a cybersquatted domain that hurts the image of my unregistered trademark

Because the domain name in ".com" is more than 10 years old, it still ranks top in Google's search results when typing its name, and this is a problem for me. Naive remark: if the domain ...
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Advice in acquiring a cybersquatted domain that hurts the image of my unregistered trademark

Before answering your specific questions, the typical options you have in those cases, in increasing order of cost/complexity: contact current owner of the domain and try to make him sell the domain ...
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Adding a CNAME record could affect to the mail service?

A CNAME CAN affect mail service but you should be OK based on the scenario you describe. Setting up a CNAME for www.example.com should be OK (provided your email is at example.com), but a CNAME for ...
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