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cP1Con Dallas Recap

On January 21, as the sun was coming up on Dallas, my colleagues and I set up registration for the first ever cP1Con. As you may recall, we explored the idea of additional cPanel brand conferences that were small and compact enough to be launched around the globe and now the concept had finally come to fruition. Starting Things Off Right Due to some wet weather and Texas traffic, attendees were a …

Where is my Two Factor Authentication?

cPanel & WHM version 54 introduces the new Two Factor Authentication features for the cPanel and WHM interfaces. This feature is one of the most highly requested features on features.cpanel.net. We at cPanel worked hard to bring this in cPanel & WHM version 54.  When the new feature hit the CURRENT release tier, some of our third-party integrators grew concerned about the changes made to the API system. We …

How to Create a Spam Filter

Let’s be honest, no one likes spam, not hosting providers, not web users, and certainly not us. That’s why it has become a reoccurring subject on the cPanel Blog. So, using one of our favorite features, Apache SpamAssassin, we want to equip you, the cPanel user, with a nifty trick to keep spam out of your inbox. SpamAssassin Preloaded into the cPanel dashboard, SpamAssassin is an open-source tool built to filter and …

The Importance of Using Protection | The Ins and Outs of Firewalls

We do a lot of posts on server protection because honestly — it’s pretty important. This time around we wanted to highlight and breakdown one of the most common tools used to protect your machine: the firewall. In this tips and tricks, we’ll go over what is a firewall, how it works, and why there’s no excuse to not be using one.   What is a firewall?  Divided into network-based  or host-based, a …

EasyApache 4 in 54

We received a lot of great feedback from the community on our first iteration of EasyApache 4 and MultiPHP in 11.52! Many users tested it out with their own configurations, and many systems now use EasyApache 4. Our experience so far Despite the ‘Technical Preview’ warning in 52, EasyApache 4 is quite stable. The biggest current pain point is the migration process from EA3 to EA4. If you use the default EasyApache 3 profile, the …

cP1Con | Your Passport to All Things cPanel

Product previews? Check. Sessions? Check. Training courses? Check…Alright, let’s do it! This upcoming year, the cPanel team will be loading up our backpacks and heading on the road to meet with customers, partners, and web professionals around the globe in our brand new event series, cP1Con. cP1Con is a one-day event hosted in various locations throughout the world. It packs product demos, training sessions, and many of the things our community has come to love …

External Authentication

Don’t you hate having to remember so many usernames and passwords? In cPanel & WHM version 54, we add the External Authentication feature, which allows system administrators to grant users the ability to link credentials at OpenID authentication providers to their cPanel accounts. So, if the user is currently authenticated to an external provider that they’ve linked to their cPanel account, they can click on the provider’s button on the login interface to automatically log …

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