amed based shared hosting does not properly support secure websites (HTTPS).
All name-based virtual hosts using the same IP address must share the same digital certificate. This is because the SSL/TLS handshake takes place before the hostname is sent to the server. Thus the server doesn’t know which encryption key to use when the connection is made. An extension to the TLS protocol, part of RFC 3546 – Transport Layer Security (TLS) Extensions, specifies a way for the client to provide the requested host name as part of the handshake, but it is not yet widely implemented.