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I have a multisite setup and I noticed today that my security was not working properly.

Each of my blogs has its own url :

  • http://www.example1.com
  • http://www.example2.com

My "main blog" is not in use, its URL exists in order to access the Network admin

  • https://wordpress.example.com
  • https://wordpress.example.com/wp-admin/network/

Each time someone visits one of my websites (www1, www2 …) there is an access to

https://wordpress.example.com/?dm=dcf8262sdfsdff0d8ebcc8608e55e9bf9a&action=load&blogid=9&siteid=1&t=239523830&back=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.example2.com%2F

Now, since my SSL certificate is self-signed and mostly because https://wordpress.example.com/ is limited to my IP addresses I'm facing an embarrassing issue.

Would anyone know what is happening with this redirection? Is it really necessary?

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