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12 09, 2018

How to troubleshoot the error “Unable to create to API tokens for resellers accounts ” ?

By |September 12th, 2018|commands, CPanel, How to fix the issue, linux, ServerManagementCompany, Shell, Webhosting|0 Comments

Can’t able to create API tokens for resellers Accounts We as a whole realize that an API Token is a novel identifier of an application programming which requires service/cPanel access. The token produced can be coordinated with the one effectively connected keeping in mind the end goal to verify. An API token means the [...]

30 07, 2018

How to get free SSL certificates via Let’s Encrypt ?

By |July 30th, 2018|Certificate, CPanel, Hosting, Privacy, Uncategorized, Website|0 Comments

Security and privacy are even more important, and more and more are choosing to encrypt their website traffic using SSL certificates. Nowadays it is very easy for our shared, semi-dedicated and reseller hosting servers as it provides access to free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates straight from within cPanel in the most user-friendly way. In [...]

27 07, 2018

How to display website URL without file extension ?

By |July 27th, 2018|Apache, commands, CPanel, HomeURL, Hosting, Webhosting|0 Comments

Some client doesn't like to show their file extension on their website URL.  They don't want to display their website URL like, domain.com/index.php domain.com/blog/index.php They need the URL's like domain.com/index domain.com/blog/index Some SEO suggests this setting for the website and I personally don't know the reason behind that. In cPanel with the newer version [...]

6 06, 2018

How to migrate a cPanel website with minimal downtime?

By |June 6th, 2018|CPanel, Hosting, linux, Technical Tips|0 Comments

The website migrations are vital in web hosting industry when a hard disk failure happens or a hosting server change needs to be performed due to the expansion of business which will prompt a server migration. Following are some recommendations/steps to perform the cPanel to cPanel migration with least downtime or without any downtime. [...]

4 05, 2018

How To Install Rootcheck On Centos Server ?

By |May 4th, 2018|Apache, CPanel, Hosting, How to Install, Rootcheck, Uncategorized|0 Comments

RootCheck (rootkit detection engine) is an open source software that scans all the system looking for possible trojans and rootkit detection on linux systems. It also performs system auditing and it is included with policy monitoring parts of OSSEC. This will really help if the server has been compromised. RootCheck detects kernel-level rootkits, malicious [...]

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