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How to disable SSL for apache really depends on your apache setup. There isn't one big "disable ssl" option. You might be able to force it off by commenting out "LoadModule ssl_module modules/mod_ssl.so" in httpd.conf but then every vhost with ssl options will complain and cause apache to fail to start. You might end up having to hand edit lots of vhosts.

You might also try blocking it in your firewall.
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