Contact Form – reCAPTCHA.

Contact Form – reCAPTCHA.

Contact Form Now that you have configured and copied the short-code on the your Contact us page – we suggest you make it more secure by adding reCAPTCHA. You can easily do this by clicking on the “Integration” – see picture below. In the upper right hand corner of this tab you will see google.com/recaptcha click […]

Read More »
Protect Your WordPress Admin with .htaccess

Protect Your WordPress Admin with .htaccess

How to protect my WordPress Admin using the .htaccess file. In my previous article I discussed WHERE IS THE .HTACCESS FILE LOCATED – if you not familiar with where the .htaccess file is located on your server I suggest you go and read this article first. If you are using WordPress in Multisite Network setup and […]

Read More »
Kernel-based symlink protection for all, thanks to CloudLinux

Kernel-based symlink protection for all, thanks to CloudLinux

Kernel-based symlink protection for all, thanks to CloudLinux Wow, this is absolutely awesome news… SYMLINK protection totally FREE! For many years web hosts have fought to provide adequate protection against a vulnerability called a “Symlink Attack”. At cPanel we prefer a kernel-based solution, and have historically provided both Apache based protection, and our Hardened Kernel to help […]

Read More »
WHM User Interface NEW FEATURE

WHM User Interface NEW FEATURE

WHM UI (User Interface) Improvements Over the last couple releases we have been making significant progress in reducing WHM’s reliance on frames. In version 66 we have eliminated the last few completely, which is making WHM on mobile devices much easier to use, and significantly improving the experience in the cPanel App (now in both iOS and Android). Many plugin […]

Read More »
APPLICATION MANAGER

APPLICATION MANAGER

Application Manager One of our development teams has been working on a new feature that we’re calling Application Manager. The Application Manager allows you to deploy and maintain your Ruby applications with ease. In this first iteration we’re adding support for an updated and cPanel-provided version of Ruby (version 2.4.1), and an EasyApache 4 Passenger (version 5.1.2) module. […]

Read More »
No more going slow – disable xmlrpc in wordpress

No more going slow – disable xmlrpc in wordpress

Stop xmlrpc attacks for good! Don’t let your wordpress website be bogged down by ping-backs and xml request.  If you are the only one accessing your website , there should be no reason for xmlrpc to be active. WordPress sets it as default on installation but it is real easy to disable. Step 1. Blocking XML-RPC […]

Read More »
What is a 403 error code?

What is a 403 error code?

A web server may return an HTTP 403 Forbidden status in response to a request from a client for a web page or it may indicate that the server can be reached and process the request but refuses to take any further action. HTTP status code 403 responses are the result of the web server being configured to deny access to the requested resource by the client. […]

Read More »