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What is the Man-in-the-Middle Attack?

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/23.

Introduction Man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack is a phenomenon by which an attacker obstructs communication between two parties where the communication needs to be direct. In this case, both parties are unaware of the attack that have crop up. Involvement of physical proximity or  use of malware to obstruct communications (a man-in-the-browser attack)…

How do you Install a Custom-Built RPM

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/22.

A Brief Overview Since cPanel Inc. often ships the third-party dependencies of cPanel and WHM as RPMs, the RPM has to be custom-built and then reinstalled for the dependencies to be customized on one’s server.This document outlines the process to be followed so do the same.However, firstly, a user must ensure…

How to Reset a cPanel Account Password?

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/21.

Overview cPanel and WHM enables you to reset your cPanel account password. The password reset process sends a secret code to the contact mail address in cPanel’s contact information interface (cPanel >> Home >> Preferences >> Contact Information)ImportantTo utilize this feature, you should empower the Reset Password for cPanel accounts…

Steps to Reset cPanel SSL Certificates

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/20.

Introduction Steps to rest SSL certificate appiles only to cPanel & WHM version 11.54 and earlier. The following review will be explaining the reason behind why a user will receive an email notification to reset his SSL certificates for the cPanel services.Why you Received an Email Notification to Reset your cPanel…

How do you Reduce the Size of Log Files that aren’t Managed

Posted by Allura on 2019/05/17.

A Brief Overview The following document shall outline the steps to be followed to reduce the size of or clear log files that are not managed on one’s server using the WHM cPanel Log Rotation Configuration Interface.The steps should be performed only by experienced system administrators to prevent any accidental data…