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Monthly: August 2019


Posted by Allura on 2019/08/30.

What is Transport Layer Security (TLS)? Transport Layer Security or TLS, is a widely adopted security protocol that provides authentication, privacy, and data integrity between two communicating computer applications. It’s the most widely-deployed security protocol used today and is used for web browsers and other applications that require data to be securely exchanged over a…

VirtFS – Jailed Shell

Posted by Allura on 2019/08/29.

Overview cPanel and WHM utilizes VirtFS to give an imprisoned shell condition to clients who interface with a server by means of SSH. The imprisoned shell goes about as a holder for the client, and does not enable the client to get to other clients’ home indexes on the server.In…

How do you Install Ruby? What are the Basic Requirements?

Posted by Allura on 2019/08/28.

Warning: It should be noted that cPanel has deprecated the legacy Ruby codebase in cPanel & WHM version 66. If you create any applications with the interfaces listed below, please note that those will not be supported:Ruby on Rails interface of cPanel (cPanel >> Home >> Software >> Ruby on Rails). RubyGemsinterface of cPanel (cPanel…

How to use FileZilla to open an SFTP Connection and Restore old cPanel Accounts?

Posted by Allura on 2019/08/27.

A Brief Introduction For cPanel users who have lately become system administrators, you need to know that you can transfer a file to your server by making use of an SFTP client. In case you do not have an SFTP client, you can definitely opt for the option of downloading FileZilla…

More About the Backup Retention Behavior

Posted by Allura on 2019/08/26.

Introduction The cPanel & WHM system have a particular retention behavior that they show. This can be edited in WHM’s Backup Configuration interface (WHM >> Home >> Backup >> Backup Configuration) accordingly.How Backup Retention Works This system has two retention modes, namely, the default backup retention behavior and the strictly-enforced retention ensuring…