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Internet Explorer 11 End of Support in cPanel Version 88

cPanel continues to move towards a more modern user interface framework to provide the best product experience possible. That’s why we are going to start shifting away from Internet Explorer 11, starting with Version 88. This change not only offers a better user experience, but it also allows us to be more efficient in our development process. We are encouraging cPanel Partners and users to discontinue the use of IE11 as their primary web browser …

ImunifyAV+ – Strengthen Your Site Security

Helping create a safer internet is an essential part of cPanel’s mission, and that’s why we began integrating security extensions right into our product. We started by offering Imunify360, a robust and comprehensive security suite, as a featured product in 2018. Then, in 2019, we integrated ImunifyAV into all cPanel & WHM servers. Now, with the release of cPanel & WHM Version 86, we are pleased to include ImunifyAV+ as a product that can be purchased …

cPanel & WHM LTS Named Tier Autofixer and You

Beginning in cPanel & WHM Version 86, the way we use the term “LTS” or Long Term Support in reference to our software is changing. We’re making this important change for several reasons, and we want to provide you with information to help you keep your servers secure and up to date. How cPanel’s Versioning and Tiers Work  We’re making a change to our release methodology and update system, which will assist you in keeping your servers …

Upcoming API changes

The new year is here and with it comes a new round of updates for cPanel & WHM®. While we’re just now rolling out Version 86, now is the time to take action. With the release of Version 88, we will start removing cPanel API 1 functionality, and any custom code or integrations using these calls will no longer work.  Why is the API 1 functionality being removed? The cPanel API 1 system is outdated and …

Upcoming MySQL Changes

We are planning to automatically update some servers from MySQL 5.5 to MySQL 5.7. This will affect servers that do not have databases and are running cPanel & WHM Version 78.

EasyApache 3 to EasyApache 4 Autoconversion

As you may have noticed on the front page of our website, we’ve added a new section about the “Up Next” initiative, explaining upcoming changes to cPanel & WHM. A significant change coming in early 2020 is the EasyApache 3 to EasyApache 4 autoconversion. When we last made a change in the Up Next initiative, we upgraded users on out of date and unsupported cPanel & WHM version to Version 78. This upgrade did come …

Giving Back- Volunteering at the Houston Food Bank

On Wednesday, November 13th, a contingent of the cPanel team volunteered at the Houston Food Bank. Over the course of three hours, we managed to assemble 4800 boxes of food and prepare 60 pallets for delivery to families in need. These boxes of food will serve families throughout 18 different counties across the greater Houston area.  Founded in 1982, the Houston Food Bank is a 308,000 square-foot warehouse and is the largest Feeding America food bank in the …

Discover Your Hosting Provider

Sometimes, folks encounter a problem with their website that is hosted on a server using the cPanel hosting platform. When that happens, they often reach out to cPanel customer service or technical support for assistance. It seems logical, right? Your site is on a cPanel server, so cPanel is the obvious place to go for help. However, cPanel only creates the software that hosting providers use as a platform to offer their website hosting services. Most problems …

cPanel & WHM LTS Autofix Update

During the week of November 5th, we are releasing an Autofixer for all servers that are running outdated versions of cPanel & WHM (any version older than Version 78). Affected servers will start updating to cPanel & WHM Version 78. We wanted to take this opportunity to break down precisely what is happening, who is affected, and the benefits of upgrading your servers to supported versions. The Fix is In The Autofixer will update affected servers …

Let’s Encrypt Update Blog!

UPDATE: Let’s Encrypt has extended the lifetime of ACMEv1 until November 8th, extending the life of the API for 1 week. November 1st is now a production brownout date, so you may be affected by a loss of service on that date. For further information please read the following: https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/end-of-life-plan-for-acmev1/88430/6 End of life for Let’s Encrypt Legacy, time to update! In August, we shared in a blog post that the Let’s Encrypt original API, ACMEv1, would be …