This document describes some basic security concepts that you can use to protect your system from XSRF attacks.
cPanelID is an integrated set of credentials that customers can use to log in to various cPanel websites and services.
This feature lets you create, list, update, and revoke API tokens.
This interface lets you to create, list, update, and revoke API tokens.
The Manage External Authentications interface allows you to manage your server's OpenID Connect-compliant identity providers.
This interface allows you to manage the wheel group's membership.
This document describes some security best practices you can use to protect your cPanel & WHM users, files, and websites.
This script converts a WHM user's access hash to an API token.
If a user fails to authenticate with cPanel through a custom login form, the /var/cpanel/failurls file allows a reseller to redirect that user to a custom error page.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security measure that requires two forms of identification.
This function allows you to configure two-factor authentication (2FA), a security measure for the login interface of cPanel & WHM.