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Avoiding a ‘Not Secure’ Warning in Chrome – Here’s How

UPDATE! On February 8th Google announced on their blog they’re going to start alerting in July 2018 for non-SSL sites. Get your SSL today! As TLS and SSL set a new benchmark for securely browsing the internet, devices and web browsers are equally raising the bar for presenting users a safe experience. As part of this effort,…

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The Death of SquirrelMail

As of cPanel & WHM version 74, we will begin to depreciate our support of SquirrelMail, one of our bundled webmail applications. We expect to stop shipping SquirrelMail for new installations of cPanel & WHM in version 76 and will remove our support with version 78. As this change will disrupt many users, we are taking…

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Pointing Two URLs to the Same Website

Pointing two URLs to the same website is a good way to direct traffic to your site from several different domain names. You can accomplish this in two ways: either redirect one of the URLs to your primary domain, or create an alias for one of the URLs. The alias would point that domain towards…

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Git Version Control series: What is Git?

This is the first in a series of blog posts around Git and a new feature coming to cPanel, Git Version Control. If you follow cPanel’s feature request site, you already know about an upcoming feature, Git Version Control. We’re designing it to make hosting repositories as easy for developers as a “Hello World!” script. Before we…

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Removal of PHP 5.4 and PHP 5.5 in EasyApache Profiles

The week of June 18th we will be removing PHP version 5.4 and 5.5 from all cPanel-provided EasyApache 4 profiles. To help users understand what to do, and how to react when that change occurs, we’ve put together a quick list of questions that we think will frequently be asked. What exactly will happen? The…

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How To Protect Your Server Against the Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities

What are Meltdown and Spectre? On January 4, 2018, multiple vulnerabilities in the design of modern CPUs were disclosed. Taking advantage of certain processor performance optimizations, these vulnerabilities—named Meltdown and Spectre—make it possible for attackers to coerce applications into revealing the contents of system and application memory when manipulated correctly. These attacks work because the…

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6 Simple ways to improve your Cyber Security in 2017

As we slowly leave January heading into February lets keep up on our New Year’s resolutions by adding 6 simple ways to secure your 2017 with the following cyber security practices. If you recall 2016 was the year of cyber breaches with Yahoo, Democratic National Committee and DYN; unfortunately this has shown how people can become relaxed…

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ICANN's New Domain Name Transfer Policy: What you need to know

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has released a new Transfer Policy that takes effect this month setting out new rules regarding changing or updating a domain name’s registrant contact information. In this blog article, we take a look at what this means for our users. What is the New Transfer Policy?…

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ICANN’s New Domain Name Transfer Policy: What you need to know

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has released a new Transfer Policy that takes effect this month setting out new rules regarding changing or updating a domain name’s registrant contact information. In this blog article, we take a look at what this means for our users. What is the New Transfer Policy?…

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