This section in the Webmail interface has features that edit your settings.
This interface allows you to disable the Apache `mod_userdir` module's functionality for your users.
This interface lets you manage your server's user access to the C and C++ compilers.
The Configure Security Policies interface allows you to configure your security policy settings and security policy extensions.
This interface allows you to configure cPHulk, a service that provides protection for your server against brute force attacks.
This interface allows you to protect specific directories in your cPanel account's files.
This feature allows you to simultaneously generate both a self-signed SSL certificate and a certificate signing request (CSR) for a domain.
Use this interface to allow, reject, or drop access to services for specific IP addresses.
This document lists the ports that cPanel & WHM uses, and which services use each of these ports, to allow you to better configure your firewall.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to install ImunifyAV for free from WHM's Security Advisor interface.
This document lists the interfaces in cPanel & WHM in which you can adjust OpenSSL's protocols and cipher stacks for those services.
The Manage External Authentications interface allows you to manage your server's OpenID Connect-compliant identity providers.
This interface allows you to add, import, and manage the SSH keys on your server.
This interface allows you to manage certificates for your server's services.
This document explains the security levels for advisories that we post on our Security page.
This interface allows you to configure your Manage2 account's security questions.
The EasyApache FileProtect option improves the security of each user's public_html directory.
This feature immediately updates the user's server.
This document lists several tips that you can use to make your cPanel & WHM server more secure.
This document explains why you can't clean a hacked machine.