How to create a CSR and install a SSL Certificate in WHM

As a Reseller, you can manage SSL‘s for your customers, in this guide I will show you how to Generate a CSR, Install an SSL, and Install a Self Signed SSL. Generate a CSR(Signing Request), Certificate, and Key: Login to WHM Click SSL/TLS on the left navigation menu, then the Generate an SSL Certificate and Read More >

How to change FTP servers in WHM

There are two different types of FTP server available in your VPS and Dedicated servers. These are ProFTPD and PureFTPD. PureFTPD is the default FTP server that is installed with your server configuration. FTP Server Advantages Disadvantages Notes ProFTPD – Allows use of .ftpaccess files for per-directory access controls. – Supports TCPwrappers based access controls. Read More >

How to disable curlwrappers in WHM

When working with your VPS and dedicated accounts, you may try to install different programs to enhance your server to fit your needs. If you are using the default server setup, you may come across a time when you need to disable certain options. One such option is the with-curlwrappers option. You will know you Read More >

Fix cPHulk Brute Force Protection lock out

In this article I’m going to show you how you can fix a cPHulk Brute Force Protection lock out that you might have accidentally triggered. It’s my server, why would cPHulk block me? If you’ve read my previous article on how to enable cPHulk Brute Force Protection, then you should already know that cPHulk blocks Read More >

306: How to Enable or Disable Advanced DNS Editor in WHM

When managing your cpanels as a reseller, you may or may not want to allow the individual cpanel accounts to have access to the Advanced DNS Zone Editor. The Basic DNS Zone editor allows the user to choose between two record types, the A record and the CNAME record. Users of the basic editor also Read More >

305: How to change your MySQL root password in WebHost Manager (WHM)

In this article we will discuss the procedure in changing your root password for MySQL. Please note that this task is available only to our VPS and dedicated customers with root access and is not available at all for our shared server customers. The MySQL root password is separate from your main user root password. Read More >