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Tips for securing your cPanel server

Use Secure Passwords Insecure passwords are one common security vulnerability. If an account password is insecure and compromised client sites can be defaced, hacked and valuable data can be stolen. Always change your password as often as possible. Here are more tips to making a secure password. Passwords should be alphanumeric and grammatical. Passwords should be in 10 or more characters. Don’t use the same password for other sites. Don’t let your browser store your […]

Addon Domains and Sub Domains.

Addon Domain It is used to host multiple sites with separate domain names on hosting account and it is an additional domain that the system stores as a subdomain of your main site. Use addon domains to host additional domains on your account. For more information, read the documentation. Creating an addon Domain To create an addon domain follow the below steps 1)Log in to the cPanel and Go to Domain sections and click Addon […]

File Manager

The File Manager allows to manage your site through HTTP rather than an FTP tool.It can upload, create or delete files, organize files in folders and change file permissions.File Manager gives you all the basic functionality necessary to manage your site. On this page How to access the File Manager? Creating a new folder Uploading Files in File Manager Creating a New File Extracting/Compressing File How to access the File Manager:- To access the File […]

6 Easy Steps to install wordpress manually on any webhosting

WordPress is the most favorite platform for developing websites and it is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL.To function, WordPress has to be installed on a web server, which would either be part of an Internet hosting service or a network host in its own right. Step1:Download the wordpress Package To install wordpress,CMS you will need to downlaod the wordpress package from the below link.Download wordpress from official […]

Email Bounceback

Common Bounceback with Email:- Bounceback Error:- 421 Server temporarily unavailable. Try again later. Cause of Error:- The email queue is higher than the normal email volume. Resolution:- Please try again later Recipient Account Related Bounces:- 1.Bounceback Error:- Account Storage limit Cause of Error:- The recipients account has reached it is storage limit and can not retrieve the email at this time. Resolution:- The recipient needs to clear out the receiving folder to make room for […]

How to flush your local DNS Cache

The computer has trouble reaching a certain web site or server this may be due to a corrupt local DNS cache.   Windows vista/windows 7:- Click on start.followed by All Programs,and then Accessories. Right Click on Command Prompt and choose Run as Administrator. In the command prompt window type in the following command and press enter ipconfig /flushdns If all goes well,which it should,you will see the following confirmation message. Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver […]

Understanding how password protecting a directory works

You can limit access to certain resources of your website by password protecting the directories they are in.When you choose to password protect a directory in cpanel,It creates a rule in .htaccess file.This rule specifies that the folder is protected and the visitor will need to provide the proper username and password to log in and view the files. Steps to password Protect Directories step1: Log into cpanel step2: Go to Files section and click […]

How to find Public IP Address on Linux?

There are many ways to find public IP address on Linux.Here Step by Step instruction to find public ip on linux. What is IP Address? An IP address is used to identify devices.Each device is connected through an IP address. Dig command is a network administrator command line tool for determining public IP address and for network troubleshooting. To find a public IP address, open your terminal application on Linux and enter the following command […]

Guide to Install Mailserver, SquirrelMail Webmail in Webmin/Virtualmin Server on Centos 6

 Main steps are follow as below 1.Get the DNS for updated to point tha MX records to your server. 2.Install the MTA of your choice (I recommend Postfix ,of course) 3.Configure the MTA to receive mail from and deliver to local mailboxes. 4.install the MDA of your choice(i recommend dovecot ,of course). 5.Configure MDA for POP/IMAP access. 6.Setup your MUA to retrive the mail

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