This document describes how to install the KernelCare software via the command line.
This document provides several methods to mitigate the impact of Slowloris attacks.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to purchase a license for KernelCare from WHM's Security Advisor interface.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to buy a license for Imunify360 from WHM's Security Advisor interface.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to buy a license for ImunifyAV+ from WHM's Security Advisor interface or the ImunifyAV Plugin interface.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to buy a license and install CloudLinux™ from WHM's MultiPHP Manager interface.
This document lists several helpful changes that you can make to your server to improve SSH security.
To troubleshoot this issue, check for other SSLCipherSuite entries in your httpd.conf file.
This document explains how to use cPanel's API tokens.
This document explains the security levels that apply to TSR releases before TSR-2017-0002.
This document reviews Man-in-the-Middle attacks and how to prevent them.
The Manage Ip Access interface allows you to revoke permission to log in to your Manage2 account from an IP address in the removed IP range.
This function creates a pickup phrase that you use to authenticate with the Manage2 API.
This function returns an IP address's fraud risk score.
This function registers a server to use keyed authentication.
This document discusses some of the specific software packages that contain known vulnerabilities. This document will also help you determine whether developers used the backport process to patch a software package.
PHP handlers contain libraries that the Apache web server uses to interpret and run PHP code.
Web applications written in PHP may contain security vulnerabilities that malicious users can exploit to gain sensitive information about your system or your users.
This document details how to secure your server.
This document describes some security best practices you can use to protect your cPanel & WHM users, files, and websites.