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Selecting a PHP Handler in WHM

What is a PHP handler? A PHP Handler is a way for Apache to interpret and run PHP code.  The module contains a number of libraries for the Apache web server.   How do I select a PHP handler? To select the PHP handler that you want to use, first login to your WHM platform…

Apache Configuration in WHM Guide

The Apache Configuration dashboard in WHM is a collection of features that allow you to properly configure Apache.  Apache handles the HTTP requests as your web server software. You can locate the Apache Configuration section by navigating to Service Configuration > Apache Configuration.     Below are the settings, with their description, that you can…

Limiting Reseller Accounts

How Do I Limit Reseller Accounts? With reseller accounts, you’re able to adjust the privileges provided to each user.  You can stick with the defaults, as we will list below, or customize them to your preferences or customer preferences. To adjust Reseller privileges, login to your WHM account through root and head to Resellers >…

Creating a Reseller Account

How do I create a Reseller account in WHM? To create a Reseller account in WHM you need to:   Log on to your WHM account Enter “create” in the search bar in the upper left Click on the result: Create a New Account     Fill out the New Account form Once you reach…

SMTP Restrictions in WHM

How do I setup SMTP Restrictions? You can setup SMTP Restrictions by logging into WHM and heading to Security Center > SMTP Restrictions.       Inside the interface click the Enable button to start the service.     SMTP Restrictions is a feature in WHM that stops users from bypassing the mail server to…

Using Two-Factor Authentication with WHM

What is two-factor authentication? Two-factor authentication is a way of confirming someone’s credentials through two methods.  For example, you must provide a password on the website along with your username AND a text message will be sent to the phone you put on file when registering the account.  Once you provide the pin code from…

How to Configure ModSecurity in WHM

How do I configure ModSecurity’s settings in WHM? Your WHM comes with a free web app called ModSecurity. It’s helpful for dealing with trojans, SQL injections, session hijacking and more. To adjust your ModSecurity settings on a global scale, log in to your WHM account and head to Security Center > ModSecurity Configuration.    …

WHM Security Checklist/Best Practices

How do I make my server more secure? Here are some of the best tips to make sure that your WHM server is more secure: Use secure passwords Secure SSH Secure Apache Harden your system Restrict your system’s compilers Disable unused services and daemons Monitor your system Enable a firewall Stay up-to-date If you’d like…

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