How To Install Maldet on Ubuntu

Maldet is a Linux malware detection scanner. Maldet is a useful tool for those that run a hosted environment like WHM/cPanel installations. As stated by the Maldet creators, it uses threat data from network edge IDS that are actively used in attacks to generate an effective signature detection of php backdoors and darkmailers. The following steps will walk you through the process of installing maldet on your Linux machine.   Installing Maldet Change your working directory to /opt cd /opt/ Grab the file containing maldet from the official website. wget http://www.rfxn.com/downloads/maldetect-current.tar.gz   Uncompress the contents of the tar file. tar…

Creating a User Account in CentOS Web Panel

What is a CentOS Web Panel Account? CentOS Web Panel (CWP) is similar to other control panels in that your main/root account controls the various global aspects of a server, and user accounts manage the websites, and website specific settings for the domains created under the account. The best analogy would be that a Panel Account is the equivalent to a cPanel account for a server running WHM.   How do I create a CWP User Account? First, you would need to sign into your CentOS Web Panel admin account. You can do so by navigating to your dedicated IP:2030,…

cPanel: Adding Email to Android

…Enter in your server information. Enter in your SMTP information (typically mail.example.com), Security Type (select SSL/TLS), check Require Sign-in, username (Webmail email) and password (Webmail password).     Step 7: Select your email preferences and tap Next     Step 8: Finish by naming your account and display names. Tap Next when finished.     Your Android Email should now be correctly configured to receive your cPanel emails on your Android device. Helpful Related Articles How Do I Add Email Accounts In cPanel? Definition of cPanel Email Icons cPanel and WHM Overview cPanel: Adding Webmail Email To iPhone    …

Installing WordPress using Softaculous

…that it assigns unless you’re comfortable with databases and have already set one up that you want to use Don’t use admin for your username to login for security reasons Generate a strong admin password and store this in a safe place Enable the installation of the Limit Login Attempts plugin By default, your installation of WordPress will upgrade automatically You may also choose to auto upgrade themes and features, although this is not enabled by default in the Advanced Options area   Helpful Related Articles   Installing WordPress On Centos-WebPanel Installing WordPress On Ubuntu 16.04 CPanel And WHM Overview…

Webmail Issues

Webmail through cPanel makes email easy – most of the time. However, there are some common issues that can creep up. Here are a few that you may encounter and what you can do about them. This article is intended for clients who have WHM access and can perform root functions. Database error connection failed! This error will say: Unable to connect to the database! Please contact your server-administrator If Roundcube or Horde mail is giving you this error, first check your databases and make sure that the databases for them were created. If they are there, try repairing through…

How Can I Make Another Domain Redirect to My Primary Domain?

…File Manager for redirecting.   How To Delete A Redirection After adding a redirection, you may need to delete for multiple reasons. One reason might be that the redirection produces an error, thus you need to delete for further troubleshooting. Locate the Redirects option in your cPanel as mentioned above. Any redirection currently created can be reviewed at the bottom of this page. Fine and select the Delete button to delete a current redirection.     Related Articles cPanel and WHM Overview Changing cPanel Main Domain Set a Temporary (302) Redirect Using .htaccess Change the Default Index Page Using .htaccess…

Easy FileZilla Setup Guide for cPanel

…if it does not show, you can change this here if needed Click Quickconnect Configure Filezilla Automatically Download Filezilla and install it Open cPanel (please see How To Access cPanel if not familiar how) Go to Files > FTP Accounts Under FTP Accounts click Configure FTP Client for the chosen FTP account Click the blue FTP Configuration File button under Filezilla to download the file Run the Configuration File that you just downloaded on your local PC   Helpful Related Articles How to Reset FTP Account Passwords Hostwinds Client Area Overview A Beginners Guide to cPanel cPanel and WHM Overview…

How to Change Your Usermin Password

Virtualmin/Webmin like WHM/cPanel has separate login pages to manage your server, website and even WebMail. In Virtualmin the WebMail interface is called Usermin, however you can do more than just read your emails using this interface. You can also do things like change your password and set up auto responders. The focus of this article is to teach you how to change your password using Usermin exclusively. This article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin, if you have not done so yet, or if you’d enjoy a little light reading, please take a look at the following article: How…

How to Login to Usermin

As far as control panels go, cPanel is a fairly common industry standard, however, it comes at a cost. What if you didn’t want to pay the fee or simply did not like cPanel, yet still wanted to use a control panel? The answer is Virtualmin/Webmin! Like WHM/cPanel, Virtualmin has a separate login pages to manage your server, website and even WebMail. In Virtualmin the WebMail interface is called Usermin and the focus of this article is to teach you how to access this interface via the web based login page. This article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin,…

What are My Operating System Options?

…each operating system has their own minimum requirements. Please review the Minimum System Requirements for Operating Systems before purchase if you are uncertain if a chosen operating system will run smoothly on the server of your choice.   Windows Servers Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Windows Server 2012 R2 Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Windows Server 2016 Windows Server 2016 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Review our handy article if you need help Choosing Your Windows OS Version.   CentOS Servers (Linux) CentOS 6 CentOS 7 CentOS 7 optimized for cPanel/WHM

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