Month: November 2020

Hosting Remote Git™ Repositories with cPanel

Version control systems are the foundation on which modern development workflows are built. They reduce the complexity of collaboration while empowering developers to track and control the evolution of source code. Git is the most widely used open-source version control...

/ November 29, 2020

Our Updated MySQL® 5.5 Roadmap

In order to allow users of MySQL 5.5 more time to upgrade their database engines, we have recently changed our MySQL 5.5 roadmap to remove several cPanel & WHM upgrade blockers. If you run MySQL 5.5 on cPanel & WHM...

/ November 25, 2020

Updated End User License Agreement and Pricing and Term Agreement

cPanel is excited to add to the availability of WordPress Toolkit.  To do that we’ve made some changes to our End User License Agreement and Pricing and Term Agreement.  In addition, we’ve added a click-through agreement for PartnerNOCs to give...

/ November 20, 2020

WordPress® Hardening: One-Click Security with cPanel

WordPress is far and away the most widely-used content management system on the web, but that popularity comes at a price. It’s also the most attacked CMS. Not because it’s un-secure, but because attackers know that a WordPress vulnerability is...

/ November 18, 2020

Memcached PHP Applications for Faster Web Apps

Caching is an indispensable feature of cost-effective application hosting and fast, low-latency user experiences. In-memory caching is one of the most widely used techniques, and Memcached’s in-memory caching capabilities are used by thousands of developers, hosting providers, and web services...

/ November 13, 2020

How to Configure and Use Two-Factor Authentication in cPanel

Online criminals love to target web servers, and they will exploit any security vulnerability to break into them, steal data, and misuse resources. cPanel & WHM includes many powerful security features to help server administrators keep criminals out, including a...

/ November 11, 2020