PHP PEAR Packages and what it doesand how to install it.: Cloudhost

This function enables you to manage and install PEAR (PHP Extensions and Applications Repository) modules. The PEAR packages/modules are reusable PHP code libraries that can speed up web site development.. You will need to install a PEAR package before you can use it inside a PHP program. Note: Packages are installed directly from the PHP Extensions […]

How to Use Two-Factor Authorization (2FA): CloudHost

With this tool, you can configure a two-factor authentication (2FA), an improved security measure for the login interface of cPanel & WHM(Web Host Manager). Two-factor authentication requires two forms of identification: Your password A generated security code When you enable Two Factor Authentication , an app on your smartphone supplies a code that you must enter with your password to gain […]

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 […]

How to Secure Users’ Credentials Using cPanel Leech Protection Tool

This article describes how to secure your user’s username and passwords from the public using Leech Protection tool in cPanel. Leeching is a practice where unauthorized visitors can maliciously access your user’s login credentials (Username, passwords,…) and use it to access secure areas of your website. cPanel gives you the capability to protect your website against […]

How to Secure your Web-files with cPanel Hotlink Protection : Cloudhost

Using the Hotlink Protection, you will be able to guard against other websites from directly linking to files on your website. This tool comes very handy to when you need to protect outside websites from using your bandwidth. Note that any other file you do not specify below can be linked by other websites. You […]

SECURITY: Using SSL/TSL in CPanel

SSL/ TSL (Secure Sockets Layer) / (Transport Layer Security) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. The features in this interface allow you to generate and manage SSL certificates, to sign requests, and keys, which enhance your website’s security. They are useful for websites that regularly […]

SECURITY: Using IP Blocker in CPanel

Say you want to prevent a particular person or a group of persons, this functionality is perfect for you. This feature will allow you to block a range of IP addresses to prevent them from accessing your site. You can also enter a fully qualified domain name, and the IP Deny Manager will attempt to […]

SECURITY: Using SSH Access in CPanel

SSH Access which stands for Secure Shell Access is a network protocol that allows you to connect through a secure channel to your server. SSH allows secure file transfer and remote logins over the internet. Your connection via SSH is encrypted allowing the secure connection.In this section you can manage your SSH keys to allow […]

Using Metric Editor in CPanel

Metrics editor formerly called Choose Log Program is one of the tools  under the category METRICS focused on the analytics of your domain(s). This interface allows you to select metrics programs to process your log files and provide traffic analysis for your account’s domains and also allows you to choose what stats programs you will […]

AwStats in cPanel

The Awstats feature allows you to view traffic statistics from the Advanced Web Statistics (AWStats) software, which compiles information about the visitors who access your website. AWStats is a tool in your cPanel that produces visual statistics about visitors to your website. The statistics report gives details about the number of visitors on your website and […]

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