What Mod Security Does and How to Use It:Cloudhost

Mod security is a firewall module used to add an extra layer of protection for your domains. Mod_Security can potentially block common code injection attacks which strengthens the security of the server. On the interface, you can either enable     or disable  the security module for your domain(s).       You can also choose to switch […]

Raw Access Logs

In cPanel you can use the Raw Access Logs feature to see the traffic to your website, before it is turned into a report by statistics software. This can be very useful when you need to see who is accessing your site quickly and knowing the type of requests your site is getting. This is […]

Error Log in cPanel

The Error Log feature is used to view the details of the errors that may have occurred in your domain with or without your knowledge. The interface displays 300 of the most recent entries in Apache’s error logs, in reverse chronological order. What this means is when your site is visited by someone, the server […]

How to install RubyGem on cPanel

RubyGems is a package manager for the Ruby programming language. It provides a self-contained format in which developers can distribute Ruby programs and libraries. For more information on RubyGems, read the RubyGems documentation. To install a Ruby Gem The Ruby Gem Installer feature allows you to search for, download and install a Ruby Gem. To search for and […]

Using the Legacy File Manager

This article is just to enlighten us on how to go about uploading, viewing, modifying and doing other necessary operations on our files and folders using the Legacy File Manager. As mentioned in our previous articles on Legacy File Manager, it is quite similar to the File Manager most people work with. The choice of […]

How to view visitors in your website

  If you want to know the most recent visitors accessing your website, the feature for this is Latest Visitors feature. This feature is very useful in case of more insight on your website visitors. You can also check the page that has been accessed by the visitor on your website, where the visitor came […]

Account-Level Filtering on cPanel

The Account-Level Filtering feature is a cPanel feature. It allows you to configure how your server filters all of the email that your domains’ email accounts receive. One may not be able to completely stop spam email. But you can discard it, filter it or let it be delivered to a specified folder. The Account-Level […]

User-Level Filter on cPanel

  User level filter controls how your incoming email is handled. It helps to ensure that you receive more mail and less spam. cPanel allows you to manage filters for each email account on your domain. This can be useful for discarding spam, redirecting mail or piping messages to a program. Adding a user-level filter […]

Backup for cPanel

  How to Generate a Full Backup in cPanel To generate a full backup in cPanel: Log into cPanel Click on the Backups icon under the Files section. Click on Download a Full Website Backup under Full Backup. You will be directed to a new page. From the Backup Destination drop-down menu there, click on the Home Directory option. In […]

Managing a cPanel FTP Account

  To manage your FTP accounts, you can make use of the FTP accounts table. There are various operations you can carry out using this interface. You can change password or quota and some other simple operations. Change Password You can change the password for your FTP account by following the steps below. Log into […]

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