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Beginner Friendly Tutorials For cPanel

the cPanel dashboard provides various web files, MySQL, statistics, data tracking, and SEO features. cPanel is one of the most popular control panels among web developers and hosting companies. cPanel is designed to simplify the management of hosting accounts. It lets you add email accounts, make backups, helps you install web applications, open-source software and much more. If you want to know more about cPanel hosting, keep reading

Introducing ImunifyAV to cPanel & WHM servers | cPanel Blog

cPanel is now integrating ImunifyAV on all cPanel & WHM servers! Learn more.

What is ImunifyAV?

“ImunifyAV helps you keep your websites free o f malware.” – Imunify Security

SOLVED - SSL/TLS Status feature question | cPanel Forums

We have AutoSSL enabled, using Let's Encrypt, to provide FREE SSL for all customers.
I want to allow cPanel users to use the "SSL/TLS Status" feature to manage which domains and subdomains are included and excluded from AutoSSL, and to let them "Run AutoSSL" on their own. THIS WORKS GREAT.

How to Install and Configure ModSecurity in cPanel | cPanel Blog

How to Install and Configure ModSecurity in cPanel.
cPanel & WHM has supported ModSecurity 2 for many years, and in cPanel 92, we introduced support for ModSecurity 3. It should be emphasized that ModSecurity 3 support is experimental, but it offers a couple of significant advantage

leech | cPanel & WHM Documentation

Leech Protection
The Leech Protection interface allows you to detect unusual levels of activity in password-restricted directories. Read more

Hotlink Protection problem | cPanel Forums

I've been trying out the hotlink protection system on my site, diverting any hotlinked images to a "dont steal our bandwidth" image, Hotlinking is known as the act of stealing someone's bandwidth by linking directly to your website content such as images or videos. This is sometimes referred to as Bandwidth Theft.

API Tokens in cPanel

cPanel & WHM recognizes API tokens and allows applications or users to run API functions with the cPanel account's data. API functions allow you to view and change cPanel account data without logging in to the cPanel interface

More About TLS and SSL | cPanel & WHM Documentation

This document explains the Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocols and how servers use them. TLS and SSL are two cryptographic protocols that clients and servers use for secure communication over the internet. Systems frequently use them for email and web browsing.

How To Survive a DDoS Attack | cPanel Blog

Learn how to survive a DDoS attack against your sites and servers. We examine what DDoS attacks are and what you can do to mitigate their impact. The IP Blocker feature allows you to block access to your hosting account for one or more IP addresses or even fully qualified domain names. This is usually done to ban or block any undesirable IP addresses and hosts from entering the server or node and causing harm to the network

How To Use PuTTY SSH With cPanel® | cPanel Blog

Learn how to access your cPanel hosting account or server via SSH with the PuTTY SSH client for Microsoft Windows. SSH Also known as Secure Shell or Secure Socket Shell, is a network protocol that gives users, particularly system administrators, a secure way to access a computer over an unsecured network. .

Metrics Editor | cPanel & WHM Documentation

This interface allows you to select metrics programs to process your log files and provide traffic analysis for your account's domains.

Awstats error | cPanel Forums

I recently had some issues with our blog. I had the person who originally developed it check into it. He found issues relating to the .htaccess file. He was able to get the blog up and running again. To prevent future issues since our website and blog were in the same directory he moved the blog to a new directory, copied the database over and created a new cPanel account.

Bandwidth | cPanel Blog

Several big changes are coming in cPanel & WHM version 58. As we continue to work on these changes, we want to get your feedback! Here’s a few of the big changes we’re working on. Bandmin removal We are currently working to remove bandmin from our product. We want to know… do you still use bandmin, and if so, how and why do you use it? Bandwidth information is …

The cPanel Log Files - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation

This document describes the location of all of the log files in cPanel & WHM, Webmail, and MySQL®. This document also provides examples of each log file. Error Logs. These are text files containing lists of errors that occur during normal operations of your website. Webmasters often use logs to troubleshoot issues.

Full Visitors List? | cPanel Forums

The Visitors interface displays detailed information about recent visits to your website. It can generate a wide variety of traffic reports. Knowing the visitors and statistics can be helpful. It can be useful for validating your website and testing the progress or results of any changes made to your website. It will help you locate and fix Errors, such as missing pages or broken links.

How To Use A Remote MySQL® Database With cPanel | cPanel Blog

Learn how to host website and ecommerce data in remote MySQL databases managed by cPanel & WHM. We take a deep dive into remote MySQL and MySQL profiles. Typically, websites and cPanel’s MySQL instance are installed on the same server. However, it’s sometimes useful to separate them so that sites use a remote MySQL database wizard hosted on a different server.

How to Back Up and Restore MySQL® Databases in cPanel | cPanel Blog

Learn what a MySQL® backup is and how to use cPanel’s MySQL backup and restore tools to backup your server’s MySQL databases. MySQL
An open source SQL relational database management system that’s developed and supported by Oracle. With this interface you can create, manage, and delete MySQL databases and database users for your website

Access phpmyadmin without cpanel login | cPanel & WHM Feature Requests

I have got many emails regarding access of phpmyadmin without cpanel login. After consideration we have decided this is not something we want to offer. Along with potential security risks from doing this

Using Softaculous With cPanel | cPanel Blog

Softaculous makes installing popular software on your web server a breeze! Click to learn how to use it with your cPanel website in this article. It is the most widely used script installer in the web hosting industry.

Give local.ini a preference in multi-php.ini editor | cPanel & WHM Feature Requests

As a cPanel user and a server administrator I would like local php.ini and user.ini files to override settings adjusted in the MultiPHP editor, to ensure my edits are retained.

Let’s Talk MultiPHP | cPanel Blog

Many hosting providers have a large customer base with varying needs for their online projects. The MultiPHP Manager interface allows you to easily manage the PHP and PHP-FPM configurations of your cPanel accounts and domains and is available for systems running EasyApache 4. There are quite a few different features that the MultiPHP Manager interface provides, including: Hosting providers

3 cPanel Apps to Optimize Your Server Performance | cPanel Blog

Some of our favorite cPanel apps and plugins to mitigate the load on your servers and ensure web visitors are getting the best experience possible. cPanel's Optimize Website feature allows you to compress specified types of content within Visitors browsers. This will help your web pages load faster.

Meditations On Software And UI Updates | cPanel Blog

Learn about Software and UI updates; what they are, why they happen, and possibly why not to dislike them so much. This interface allows you to add, manage, upgrade, and remove cPanel Addons (cPAddons). cPAddon software packages add useful functions to your website. For example, cPAddons can run blogs, bulletin boards, ecommerce software, guest books, and other services.

perl | cPanel Blog

If you use custom perl code on your cPanel & WHM servers, please read this message! Without further action on your part, your custom code may break in cPanel & WHM version 56. In version 56, we will compile the cPanel & WHM binaries against Perl version 5.22. Previously, we compiled binaries against Perl 5.14.4. Because of this, the upgrade to Perl 5.22 may cause problems with any custom Perl code that you execute from cPanel …

When PHP Went Pear Shaped- The PHP PEAR Compromise | cPanel Blog

As you may or may not be aware, on January 19th, 2019, a security announcement was published confirming the compromise of the PHP Extension and Application Repository (PEAR) installation script. The PEAR project had the following statement to announce: "A security breach has been found on the webserver, with a tainted go-pear.phar discovered.

WordPress Toolkit and WordPress Manager Softaculous Conflicts

I recently gave access to cPanel for my Developer. Even though I explicitly asked that he use WordPress Toolkit, he decided to use WordPress Manager from Softaculous. Are there any known conflicts using both as I prefer to use toolkit for the Security update features? I appreciate any input one could share.