during a test of my network (Internet name resolution) I connected to the 6 discovery server:
https://discovery-v4-1.syncthing.net https://discovery-v4-2.syncthing.net https://discovery-v4-3.syncthing.net https://discovery-v6-1.syncthing.net https://discovery-v6-2.syncthing.net https://discovery-v6-3.syncthing.net
and found a difference in SSL certs of the discovery servers.
Why v6 are issued to many domains?
I read about multidomain certs, is it the case? Maybe it’s a stupid question but I saw so many domain names… all different from “syncthing”…
Thank you in advance!
The three v4 servers have SSL certs:
discovery-v4-3.syncthing.net uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted because it is self-signed. The certificate is only valid for syncthing (Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)
The three v6 servers have SSL certs:
discovery-v6-3.syncthing.net uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is only valid for the following names: incapsula.com, *.7v11.com, *.aeroplan.com, *.algopay.com, *.atlabank.com, *.ballys.com, *.ballysac.com, *.ballyslasvegas.com, *.binaring.com, *.caesars.com, *.caesarsac.com, *.caesarsinteractive.com, *.caesarspalace.com, *.caesarswindsor.com, *.caixabankassetmanagement.com, *.capitalonetcpaclasssettlement.com, *.carrefour-banque.fr, *.cbcgroup.co.il, *.chartwellcompass.ca, *.diamondbank.com, *.fermainpay.com, *.flamingolasvegas.com, *.gainoption.com, *.gcc-broker.com, *.goldcardsettlement.com, *.grandcasinobil .... .... more ...