While reviewing your beSECURE scan results report, you may see SSL Certificate with Wrong Hostname in the list of Possible Vulnerabilities. This appears when beSECURE performs a scan and cannot verify the SSL certificate issued for a hostname/fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
If you enter an IP address in the Hostname / IP Address Range parameter (Scan Details > Settings > Main) instead of the hostname/FQDN the SSL certificate was issued for, beSECURE will report the vulnerability in your scan results report.
For example, www.domain.com resolves in 126.96.36.199. If 188.8.131.52 is entered in the Hostname / IP Address Range parameter instead of www.domain.com. during the scan beSECURE will detect that the SSL certificate is for www.domain.com and not 184.108.40.206.
Replace the IP address in the Hostname / IP Address Range parameter with the correct hostname/FQDN, and then run the scan again.