Two Factor Authentication for cPanel

Everyone wants their account to be as secure as possible, even with using a random strong password your account can still be hacked. Two Factor Authentication provides an extra step to access your cPanel account. In this guide we will be discussing how to set up, configure, and use the Two Step Authentication option provided Read More >

cPanel 11.38 enforces security tokens

The cPanel 11.38 release disabled the ability to turn off security tokens, and it’s now a forced option for all cPanel users. This was done to provide an extra layer of security and to help prevent CSRF (Cross-site request forgery) attacks. What do security tokens look like? When you’re logged in to either cPanel or Read More >

Install SSL Certificates with cPanel SSL/TLS Manager

SSL certificates can be installed by account owners on Shared servers, VPS or Dedicated Server accounts. If you require assistance, please submit a request to our live technical support team. They can quickly help you with getting an SSL certificate installed if necessary. cPanel releases (versions 11.38 and higher) come with a new SSL/TLS Manager Read More >

Bypass firewalls with cPanel proxy subdomains

In this article I’m going to review connecting to your cPanel account’s various services, when there is a firewall on your computer or router not allowing a normal connection over the standard ports. There are several default services that come with your hosting account, these operate over a different port than the standard port 80 Read More >

How to Find Your Server Shared IP Address in cPanel

At times you may need the IP address of your Shared Hosting server. This information is contained in cPanel. You can easily find this information by logging into cPanel. Please see our education channel for more information about cPanel. Viewing Your Shared IP Address Log into cPanel. On the right side pane, click on the Read More >