cPanel – End of Life 56 & 60

cPanel – End of Life 56 & 60

Like with all good things cPanel & WHM versions 56 & 60 have reached End of Life and will no longer be supported by cPanel except when upgrading to a supported version. In accordance with our EOL policy (https://go.cpanel.com/longtermsupport), 56 & 60 will continue functioning on servers where they are already installed. The last releases of […]

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PHP-FPM?

PHP-FPM?

What does PHP-FPM do? PHP FastCGI Process Manager (PHP-FPM) is an alternative FastCGI daemon for PHP that allows a website to handle strenuous loads. It also allows for a host to set specific amounts of resources to process a domain’s requests. PHP-FPM maintains “pools” (workers available to respond to PHP requests) to accomplish this. These […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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