Plugin and Theme Sets For Installing WordPress using Softaculous

Date: 11/15/2019          1 Minute to Read Softaculous makes installing the WordPress content management system (CMS) easier. Managed VPS and Dedicated server administrators can further ease the “getting started” process with installable plugin and theme sets. This allows cPanel users to install a new WordPress website with groups of plugins and/or themes for specific purposes (e.g. security, Read More >

How to Export / Import Contact Forms With weForms

Date: 11/13/2019          1 Minutes to Read The weForms contact form builder allows WordPress users to quickly create forms, starting with common templates. Users can also easily export and import forms from other WordPress websites and plugins. Export Forms Export forms to transfer to another WordPress website or form submissions for management in an external spreadsheet application Read More >

DNSSEC with Managed VPS and Dedicated Hosting

Date: 11/12/2019          3 Minutes to Read cPanel now supports DNS security extensions (DNSSEC) with PowerDNS. DNSSEC signs the DNS path for authentication to protect visitors from DNS spoofing and other man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks. It’s worth the time to configure if your top-level domain (TLD), domain registrar, and web server support DS records. InMotion Hosting supports Read More >

WP Cerber Security Site Integrity

Date: 11/08/2019          1 Minute to Read The WP Cerber WordPress plugin includes a manual scanner to check vulnerabilities and recently changed files within your WordPress site, plugins, and themes. Do this regularly for assistance logging changes within your WordPress root directory. Site Integrity Log in to your WordPress dashboard. Hover over WP Cerber and click Site Read More >

HTTP Headers WordPress Plugin – Content Security Policy (CSP)

Date: 11/08/2019          2 Minutes to Read The HTTP Headers plugin makes it easy to configure Content Security Policy (CSP) for WordPress security. The Header set Content-Security-Policy header forces web browsers to only load what’s specified within your CSP. Think of CSP as a “code firewall.” No matter what code is in that webpage, the browser is Read More >

Softaculous Installations Statistics

Date: 11/05/2019          1 Minute to Read Softaculous has many options for filtering types of installations installed or available for installation. If you’re researching what content management systems (CMSs) to email cPanel users about, this can help you prioritize the right software. This article only applies to Managed VPS and Dedicated Hosting servers. Don’t have Softaculous already? Read More >

WordPress HTTP Headers Plugin – Export and Import Settings

Date: 11/05/2019          1 Minute to Read The HTTP Headers plugin advanced settings allow you to easily export and import its settings for faster WordPress site setup. Before you continue: Log in to your WordPress dashboard. On the left, hover over Settings and click HTTP Headers. Click Advanced Settings at the top. Export Click Export to download Read More >

WordPress HTTP Headers Plugin – X-Frame-Options

Date: 11/05/2019          1 Minute to Read The HTTP Headers plugin can set X-Frame-Options to specify whether your WordPress website can be displayed within other websites via the <frame>, <iframe>, <object>, or <embed> tags. Enabling this feature will create Header set X-Frame-Options “[OPTION]” within your .htaccess file for WordPress security against clickjacking. Enable X-Frame-Options Install, and activate, Read More >

How to Set WP Cerber Security Notifcations

Date: 08/07/2019 2 Minutes to Read In this article: WP Cerber Notifications Strong Email Authentication Your website truly is more secure with VPS Hosting. cPHulk brute force protection, ConfigServer & Firewall (CSF), and Scheduled cPanel backups safeguard your data and peace of mind in various ways. Yet those tools have one important thing in common Read More >

WP Cerber Global Settings to Restrict Website Access

Date: 08/15/2019 2 Minutes to Read In this article: WP Cerber Global Settings A WordPress plugin that restricts visitors to an “under construction” or login page can be helpful depending on the type of website. However, that plugin likely isn’t security-focused. And it serves no purpose until you need that maintenance page. That’s not the Read More >