How to Momentarily Turn off the Firewall and Antivirus Software

In this guide, you will learn how to momentarily turn off the firewall and antivirus software. A firewall helps prevent attackers or external dangers from ever entering your system, while antivirus software protects the file system from undesirable programmes. To fix the “DNS Server Not Responding” problem, you can momentarily turn off the firewall and […]

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How to Use the WHM Panel to Enable/Disable AutoSSL for Specific Users

This guide explains how to use the WHM panel to enable/disable AutoSSL for specific users. WHM admins can offer free SSL certificates to cPanel server users (Powered by Sectigo). The users need to use the WHM interface to enable or disable AutoSSL. After every 3 months, a free cPanel SSL certificate is routinely produced for […]

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How to Use the Command Line to Check AutoSSL

In this article, you will find how AutoSSL is checked using the command line. As most of the users prefer the command line, this article will be of great use. It speeds up several processes. A daily Cron job executes this script. However, in cases, where unexpected problems arise, running it manually may be helpful. […]

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How is the Process of Adding a Certificate using AutoSSL

This guide explains the process of adding a certificate using AutoSSL. If the AutoSSL option “Allow AutoSSL to replace invalid or expiring non-AutoSSL certificates” is turned on, any certificate that has expired on your server will be immediately replaced. The certificate would already be installed, so you wouldn’t need to take the procedures below. It […]

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How can you add/tmp security In Centos7?

We’ll show you how to add/tmp security in Plesk in this post. First and foremost, a Centos7 server Terminal is required. When hackers try to hack servers/systems using a hacking script, the servers are no longer secure. No one knows how to stop these hackers from installing these types of scripts on the system, allowing […]

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How to Change Your cPanel Password

In this article, we have explained how to change your cPanel Password. Altering your password frequently decreases the threat that hackers will have recurrent admissions. Follow the steps to change the password of your cPanel: Log in to cPanel. Choose the “Preferences” category.   Click on the “Password & Security” option. A form-type page will […]

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How to Add an Identity in SpamExpert

In this article, you will find how to add an identity in SpamExpert. An identity is distinct from an outgoing user/Authentication method in that it is a unique sending address, but an outgoing user/Authentication method is a means of authentication for all users on the sending server. To add an identity in SpamExpert follow these […]

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Shared Hosting Security Notifications

The following article applies to cPanel shared hosting From August 2021, we will be sending out automatic security notifications if we detect vulnerable or outdated applications hosted upon your cPanel shared hosting account. In addition, if we detect malware on an account, we will now automatically quarantine the malware file and inform the you of […]

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How to Set Up Spam Filtering in cPanel

If you need an effective way to filter email spam, you can do this using the built-in SpamAssassin tool in cPanel. In this tutorial, we’ll take you through the setup and configuration processes. To enable Apache SpamAssassin, follow the next steps: 1. Log in to your cPanel 2. Scroll to the Email section and click [...]
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How to enable two-factor authentication (2FA)

Providing an additional layer of security to your account we recommend all customers use 2 factor authentication, here we explain how to do this. If you don’t already have an authentication app installed on your smartphone, tablet or PC you will need to download one. We recommend either Google authenticator or Microsoft authenticator, both are available for […]

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