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Apache/Mod_SSL not serving the right/expected certificate?

There is actually by default a "Default SSL" vhost that can mess things up for you and can cause surprising and unexpected results.

Default Apache SSL Cert
in /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf there is a default SSL Virtual Host which screws things up by offering itself instead of the SSL cert I specify in my own vhosts


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