Learn How to Install APF Firewall in Cpanel ( Advanced Policy Firewall )

All of the APF configuration files are located in the /etc/apf folder on your server. Within this folder theallow_hosts.rules file contains all of the IP addresses that are whitelisted for the server and the deny_hosts.rules file contains all of the IPs that are being blocked by the firewall. Within the deny_hosts.rules file each IP that […]

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cPanel hiked Prices – Learn how this will impact you

The not so cool decision by most famous control panel company cPanel has shaken away whole internet community, users and web hosting providers. cPanel has recently announced a different pricing structure to use cPanel. All web hosting providers are calculating the increase in price and let us assume if there are 1000 customers on a […]

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Prevent Image Hotlinking in Easy Steps

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How to prevent image Hotlinking? If you are going to allow image hotlinking, anyone can use your images on their websites and your bandwidth will be utilized. This is a common problem with so many website owners. Creating a .htaccess file on your TNP HOST web server Go to File Manager in your TNP HOST […]

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Install cPanel with Google Compute Engine

Today we are going to look at some of the basic steps you will need to take in Google Compute Engine to get yourself ready to install cPanel & WHM. First, you will need to register an account with Google Compute Engine and can do so here. Currently, Google offers a free 365-day trial which […]

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How to enable Two-factor authentication (2FA) in TNP HOST cPanel

TNP HOST cPanel is now available with Two–factor authentication. Also Known as 2FA in short. Before reading this article and following the steps I suggest you download Google Authenticator. Google Authenticator is available for both Android and iPhone. Step 1. Log in to your Website cPanel account using username and password provided by TNP HOST. Step 2. […]

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How to Install LetsEncrypt SSL Certificates on CentOS + cPanel Servers

At the time of this writing, LetsEncrypt is in public beta and already in high demand. This service is a new certificate authority that allows you to generate your own signed certificates in an effort to improve security.  At present there is a feature request for providing this functionality in cPanel. You can also use this handy (commercial) plugin: https://letsencrypt-for-cpanel.com/ […]

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How to Set up a Local cPanel FastUpdate Mirror

If you have more than a few cPanel servers in your network, it may be a good idea to set up your own mirror to serve the files necessary to run cPanel updates. Doing this could save time and bandwidth, as well as prevent problems caused by mirrors being overloaded every time a new version […]

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