AW: AW: AW: AW: SNI and certs.
luky-37 at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 29 22:26:24 UTC 2016
> Why should I? I clearly defined the problem/misconfiguration. I don't
> really see the need to justify why I want to fix it.
To help others, myself included to comprehend a possible problem in similar
configurations and learn more about it. After all, this is a community.
> Well, you told me it doesn't happen... WTF?
I said I doubt it, and asked for more details. Not sure why that would offend
> And what cert would you use in this default block that matches, so the
> crawler receives a meaningful response, rather than an incorrect cert (
> which they don't like )?
Obviously there is no correct/matching certificate for this domain name
in the first place, otherwise we wouldn't be in this situation.
As I said, the best way would be to drop the TLS handshake, but nginx
doesn't support this afaik.
More information about the nginx