Suppose I purchase contoso.com from GoDaddy and also purchase a wildcard SSL certificate for *.contoso.com from GoDaddy. I now have a web server on xyz.contoso.com that I can secure with HTTPS using this certificate. Good!
Suppose I also have another website hosted on another server, that is not part of this contoso.com domain (or any domain), can I still use the same wild card certificate for this server, provided I take care of DNS to redirect abc.contoso.com to the IP address of this server ?
I think there are ways in different hosting providers to achieve this by paying for static public IP addresses, correct me if I'm wrong.
If this is possible, then am I just violating the licensing agreements of the SSL certificate as it was intended for one purpose but I'm using it for another (since I'm using it on a different domain) ?
The user is under the assumption that he is accessing some resource within contoso.com, while he is actually hitting a server that is not in contoso.com, but is owned by the same person as the owner of contoso.com.