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Old 22nd June 2006, 01:27
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An interesting article about this topic:

One workaround it suggests is to use a different port for the SSL connections. Apparently, SSL binds to IP adresses AND ports. Of course, you would need a link on your site that points to that particular port for it to work, and it would look a little silly for the users of your site. But then, that is better than the warning the user gets when the SSL certificate does not match the host name.
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