Many of us might be familiar with the term Cphulk, it is a brute force security feature that comes with Cpanel. So what does Cphulk do? What is its difference between CSF/LDF? Cphulk prevents brute force attacks on services like WHM, SSH, IMAP/POP 3. A default number of attempts to access these services are set […]
This article describes how to use the virus scanner in cPanel to scan your account files for viruses, trojan horses, and other types of malware. You can scan e-mail files, files in public web and FTP directories, or your entire account. Following steps will guide you to scan your web-space and help you to keep […]
Usually when you open the cPanel dashboard, and open the file manager option under files, you will get a pop up which will have an option to show Hidden files, but some times the pop up may not show up. By following the steps below, you will be able to list hidden files in the […]
We always access the cPanel first to go to our phpMyAdmin control panel, but for a website developer it will be more complex and time wasting to access the phpMyAdmin all the time via cPanel. Also if we need to give only the phpMyAdmin access to the web developer, we can use the following steps […]
In cPanel/WHM, Exim uses main server’s IP to send mails, it can be changed to any other available IP in the server using the following procedure. We can also consider it as a temporary workaround to the blacklist problem due to spam issues, and as mentioned, it is a temporary solution, you have to make […]
Ever seen the below error in cPanel servers while running a script?
perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings:
LANGUAGE = (unset),
LC_ALL = (unset),
LANG = "en_US.UTF-8"
are supported and installed on your system.
perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale ("C").
The solution is simple! Login via SSH as root and type the below commands:
# locale-gen en_US en_US.UTF-8 hu_HU hu_HU.UTF-8
# dpkg-reconfigure locales
This should fix it!
Contents 1 Adding a cron job 2 Viewing existing cron jobs 3 Editing a cron job 4 Deleting a cron job Adding a cron job Step 1: To access the Cron Jobs Menu, click on the corresponding icon located on the main screen of your cPanel interface [cPanel >> CronJobs]. Step 2 (optional): Enter the […]
To change the maximum number of email a domain can send per hour, follow these steps NOTE: This changes it for ALL domains on the server 1) Login to the WHM for the server. 2) Click on Tweak Settings under Server Configuration 3) Change “The maximum each domain can send out per hour (0 is […]
To enable secure connection through SSL on your account you need to create a CSR certificate via WHM panel and then purchase an SSL certificate for the corresponding CSR by contacting a valid SSL provider. You need a dedicated IP address for the domain, to install the certificate on it. You can read how toChange […]
In servers without any control panel you might have installed Apache/PHP modules after downloading the source files. However, in cPanel servers, you can upgrade/downgrade Apache/PHP or add/remove it’s modules using EasyApache via WHM or using script via back-end (shell). Contents 1 Before recompiling Apache/PHP 2 Via WHM interface 3 Via back-end (shell) 4 Post […]