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How to disable all cPanel LFD alerts

If clients are complaining for dozens of LFD alerts from their VPS’s running cPanel here is how to completely disable those email alerts. Here are two ways to disable LFD alerts: From WHM > ConfigServer Security & FirewallFrom the...

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Top 10 Web Hosting Control Panels 🔝🔟

Quick List of the Best Web Hosting Control Panels cPanel – Best Linux-only web hosting control panel for users who want a control panel that’s tried and tested over the yearsPlesk – Perfect Windows/Linux web hosting control panel for users who want...

How to stop xmlrpc.php attacks on Cpanel / WHM

xmlrpc.com is a WordPress file that was intended to be used for API’s but lately it’s more and more used as a way for hackers to brute-force WordPress installations. To block access to xmlrpc.php on a single WordPress installation add...

Screenshot of the WSO 2.6 Shell

⚠️ WSO 2.6 Shell 😲

WSO (web shell by oRb) is a simple and easy to use tool for any would-be hacker to learn and use. WSO 2.6 Shell This shell allows an attacker to perform the following actions: View detailed server informationFile management (uploading, downloading...

Connect to FTP from 🐧 Linux and download files

To connect to the FTP server, we have to type in the terminal window ‘ftp’ and then the domain name ‘domain.com‘ or IP address of the FTP server and port. ftp example.com 21 you will be asked for username and password, add...

mod_userdir – cPanel temporary URL

For servers where ‘mod_userdir’ module is enabled, you can access your websites via temporary URLs instead of the domain name. The format of this temporary URL is usually ‘; The ‘ipaddress’ used is the server’s shared IP address. It can be...

How to add Domainkeys for a Domain in cPanel

“DomainKeys” is an anti-spam software application that uses a public key, cryptography to authenticate the sender’s domain. cPanel offers a installer script “domain_keys_installer” using which the DomainKeys can be created and added automatically...

How to Increase cPanel Memory for Java TomCat

In order to increase memory limit for Java, perform the following steps, edit the file: /var/cpanel/tomcat.options Insert the following 2 lines: Xmx200M Xms100M where, Xmx is the upper limit and Xms is the lower limit. You have to replace the values...

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