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cPanel Branding Basics: A Guide for Reseller Hosts

This post was originally posted on November 17, 2015, and has been updated for accuracy. Some images of the cPanel interface may have been updated. cPanel & WHM is a tool that has become synonymous with web hosting. However, while hosting providers around the world use this software to offer their customers the freedom to manage their websites, email accounts,  databases, and more, they have also been given very few options when it came …

Continuing the fight for a free and open internet

The fight to prevent internet service providers from being able to decide what you are allowed to do and see on the internet continues today. The FCC is set to vote on December 14th, 2017 (just two days from now) to repeal a set of rules put in place in 2015 that classify internet access as a Title II utility. If removed, internet service providers like Comcast and AT&T will no longer be prohibited from …

TLS Changes in Version 68

In order to further our general goal of making cPanel & WHM as secure as possible out of the box, beginning with version 68 new installs will default to TLS 1.2, with TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.0 being disabled. You will be able to manually enable them if you need to after the install, but we’re defaulting to a more secure environment. Servers that have upgraded to version 68 will retain the existing settings until …

What goes into protecting your credit card information on the web?

*  This post was originally posted on November 28, 2014, and has been updated for accuracy.  Purchases happen with the click of a button, a swipe of a finger, or simply, no human interaction at all. Whether it’s our monthly subscription to Netflix, the plane tickets that just went on flash sale, or the book that we purchased with Prime shipping, our request for immediacy and automation has placed our credit card information all over …

Improvements to cPanel Account Package Extensions

cPanel & WHM is a very powerful piece of software, that allows server managers to more easily manage their servers. The real power, though, comes from its extendability. In most webhosting environments, cPanel accounts are built using Account Packages. To help cPanel & WHM integrators, we released a new feature four years ago, in cPanel & WHM version 11.40, called package extensions. Package extensions allow our technology partners like CloudLinux to extend cPanel account packages to include …

Support for HTTP/2 and Virtuozzo 7

The latest version of cPanel is not only loaded with new features but we’ve also made some tiny updates under the hood. In cPanel & WHM 68 we now offer support for both Virtuozzo 7 and HTTP/2! These enhancements will allow you to enjoy the same hosting platform you love, but with more operating power and efficiency than ever before. HTTP/2 Support The new application protocol for data communication on the world …

3 Ways to Prevent Email Abuse

*  This post was originally posted on July 12, 2016, and has been updated for accuracy.  Over 100 billion emails get sent per day. Everything from simple out-of-office alerts to account and billing summaries gets transferred across the web, from server to server. While we expect the things we send and deliver to remain secure, we know it isn’t always the case. There are various ways mail servers can be compromised, however, …

New SSL Notifications in v68

AutoSSL is indisputably one of the best parts of cPanel & WHM. We have continued to improve and expand the functionality of AutoSSL since we introduced it in version 58, and version 68 includes some very specific improvements we want to talk about. Building the best experience Much of our work with AutoSSL has been on improving the DCV (Domain Control Validation) process and success rates. While most of the work has been behind-the-scenes and not …

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