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2018 #cPConf Wrap-Up

The end of the cPanel Conference always triggers a mixture of feelings for me. The completion of the project means a lot of pride, and there’s a huge amount of relief, but it’s also bitter-sweet to know it’ll be a whole year before we get together again. To everyone that attended, sponsored, or exhibited at the 2018 cPanel Conference, thank you! We do this for you, and you continue to make it worth it. A …

2018 cPanel Conference is here!

Today is the first day of the 2018 cPanel Conference. We’re in the middle of setting everything up right now, getting ready to open up conference check-in and registration, and anticipating tonight’s networking party at Chapman and Kirby. We’ve spent the last 12 months planning this year’s conference, and we are ready to rock! Return of the Lab! This year the cPanel Lab is returning. In case you are unfamiliar, the cPanel Lab is a collection of …

Your 2018 #cPConf Checklist

There are a lot of things we are looking forward to at this year’s conference. Engaging talks, fantastic networking sessions, super cool swag, and of course, some of the best evening events in the industry. We are bringing it back to our hometown of Houston, TX and we cannot wait to give you the grand tour! We have so much in store for our attendees that we’ve put together this checklist. By the time you all …

Check out Halon, a new sponsor at this year’s cPanel Conference!

This is a guest blog post provided by the Halon Team! Halon is a first-time exhibitor of the annual cPanel Conference.   —————- Are your customers spending time in spam-folders? Try Halon instead Halon is happy to announce that we will sponsor the cPanel conference for the first time. We have been here before but only as visitors. From what we have understood, a significant part of our target group is here which makes our presence …

Why use a multi-layered approach to securing web servers (LAB at the cPanel conference)

This is a guest blog post provided by the CloudLinux Team! CloudLinux is an alumni sponsor and exhibitor at the annual cPanel Conference.   —————- We all know that layered security is best practice in server protection. Imunify360, the all-encompassing security product from CloudLinux, recently made significant feature upgrades to its multi-layered security. It has improved the way it stops malware and protects your Linux servers from nearly all kinds …

A true story of a mission impossible.

This is a guest post from Tim Hollis, VP of Operations at JetApps! JetApps has returned this year to exhibit at the cPanel Conference, October 1st – 3rd in Houston, Texas. If you haven’t already, take a look at the agenda, book your room (discounted rates apply until September 9th!), and get registered!  As a software company, nothing makes us happier here at JetApps than hearing stories of how JetBackup has …

cPanel Oakley Investment FAQ

Earlier today we issued a Press Release about some very exciting news around cPanel. Below we answer some of the most common questions so far. Q: What was announced? A: On August 20th, 2018, cPanel signed an agreement to be acquired by a group led by Oakley Capital (Oakley).  While Nick sold his interest in cPanel, he will continue to be an owner of the company that owns cPanel. cPanel will …

Legacy Backup Deprecation in cPanel & WHM Version 74

The Legacy Backup system will be deprecated in cPanel & WHM Version 74, and we anticipate support for Legacy Backups will be removed in Version 82 (currently expected in mid-2019). Before that happens, though, we are focusing on expanding the functionality available for the “new” Backup System. This replacement to the Legacy Backup system offers a more robust, faster, and over-all better backup solution. Better, Stronger… In case you haven’t heard, the cPanel & WHM Backup System, introduced more than 5 years ago, is our …

How to Spot a Phishing Email

A new well-designed phishing email has been aimed at cPanel users recently, and we want to help all of our users stay safe. What is Phishing? Phishing, by definition, is the act of attempting to acquire information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and sometimes, indirectly, money) by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. Phishing emails can be sent to any email address. The most effective phishing emails make use …