CloudFlare HTTPS Issue

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  1. rontek

    rontek New Member

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    Hi, I am using CloudFlare Edge to secure my site and this was setup a few years back when X10 CPanel CloudFlare was available. My Cloudflare still works with www, but is missing the root level SSL setting.

    My account is blitzcoder.x10host.com

    Recently I just found out that another x10 account has managed to enter and use my root domain with a self-signed insecure certificate and url:

    a12luismc.x10host.com

    Please help and would like to restore my root domain cloudflare setup and settings back.

    Thanks.
     
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2020
  2. rontek

    rontek New Member

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    @Anna

    Hi, can you please look into this as this is clearly a malicious activity coming from this user a12luismc.x10host.com

    using my root domain with a self-signed invalid certificate.
     
  3. Anna

    Anna I am just me Staff Member

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    I'm actually suspecting it is something to do with apache and how the new system handles https requests where the certificate is missing for any reason, rather then maliccous activity.

    I'm however sending this up to higher admins as I don't have the proper access to investigate further.
     
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    Thanks Anna, looking forward to the update in getting this resolved.
     
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    Free accounts do not get SSL, make sure the Cloudflare setting is at Flexible and that Universal SSL is enabled.
     
  6. rontek

    rontek New Member

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    Thanks. Yes, that is why I am reporting a CloudFlare issue and have already set both. Actually I have already reset my Universal SSL as the CF Team instructed earlier and now it's pending validation.

    @Anna

    My site root domain certificate is now pending validation from CloudFlare. We are still seeing this error and it seems to be preventing from validating.

    Any updates on this?

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    Turn your cloudflare ssl settings to full not full(strict) since we can not change the ssl certificate manually on x10hosting.

    Update: I didn't read the whole thread sorry. This is wrong information.
     
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    rontek New Member

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    Hey @Anna any feedback?

    @cjptomas80

    no worries. yes, it needs to be flexible.
     
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    Hi, @Anna still waiting for any feedback on this as it's been 3 days already.
     
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