Google indexes wrong url


I’ve been using Virtualmin for some time now and have multiple virtual servers configured.

However today there’s a strange thing happening and I have nu clue how to resolve the issue.

Two virtual servers involved are and

There’s a url on the website that is not correctly index by google.
If I google for the term “bam index” it shows the following result:
A New Agency World | BAM-index - Vivimmo

So google indexes the correct title of the page but somehow adds the domain name Vivimmo to it.
Furthermore it shows as a result instead of
The page doesn’t even exist.

If I click on the Google result I get the following error message:

All other pages are correctly indexed by google.

Additional info
I did upgrade from Ubuntu 12.04 to 14.04 a few weeks ago and had some issues with configuring apache but everything seemed to be working correctly after some troubleshooting.

Is there someone who can assist me with this issue? Help would be much appreciated as I have no clue where to start.

Any help will be much appreciated!

Edit: Yahoo and Bing index the website url correctly. Could this be a issue @ Google?

Hi, yes you have problem with ssl cetrs on your server… they are possibly not installed correctly… the error I am able to read is There are issues with the site's certificate chain (net::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID). That being said - basically reinstall your ssl cetrs correctly and give google day or 3 to re-index your sites. I use debian personally but I think install/re-install of certs on virtualmin is same on every distro. You could also verify if you have all certs in correct place for each website.