Valentine’s day is just around the corner and it would not be fair to let the occasion pass us by without reflecting on the colorful, charming, amorous, sometimes exotic world of malware. In this blog we explore some of the milestone threats that have courted many a user over the Continue Reading

An Interview with Matt Pugh, CEO of WHMCS

As both WHMCS and cPanel have finished our move to our new offices, released new versions of our respective software, I wanted to take a moment to catch up with Matt Pugh, CEO of WHMCS. Below is our conversation where I ask some questions about the relationship between our companies Continue Reading


Padding oracles and the decline of CBC-mode cipher suites

At CloudFlare, we’re committed to making sure the encrypted web is available to everyone, even those with older browsers. At the same time, we want to make sure that as many people as possible are using the most modern and secure encryption available to them. Improving the cryptography used by Continue Reading

Social Media Case Study: Take a ride with Wobybi

Meet Wobybi, this week’s featured PrestaShop merchant. We sat down with Alvaro Basterra, the company’s founder, to learn more about how they use social media to promote their online store. Let’s find out what he has to say! Tell us about Wobybi. Wobybi is a custom bike brand based in Continue Reading


How to find the most important metrics for your store

When you take that first deep dive into analytics for your online store, things can get overwhelming fast. There’s so much data to be explored, so many lessons to be learned, that you can hardly be blamed for not knowing what to do first. One of the biggest challenges you’ll Continue Reading


Tips for selling digital products with WooCommerce

Not all eCommerce stores specialize in physical products. Some — perhaps yours? — sell digital goods, like audio files, books, PDFs, video tutorials, games, or even stock photography. Stores with digital products might not look different from those with physical ones, but they aren’t exactly the same. In fact, they require Continue Reading


10 ways to save time with WooCommerce automation

As an eCommerce store owner, you’re busy. And not “I have a lot on my plate” busy, it’s usually more like “my day is stuffed to the brim and if I get one more task I’m pretty sure I’m going to scream” busy. So anything that promises to save you Continue Reading


Best practices for nonprofits using WooCommerce

While donating time, money, or goods to a nonprofit organization has long been seen as a purely offline act, online giving is steadily on the rise. One survey found that among the top nonprofit organizations, Internet donations rose 13% between 2013 and 2014. Although this might not seem like much, given how few of Continue Reading


Change the (S)Channel! Deconstructing the Microsoft TLS Session Resumption bug

Initial Problem Report Several months ago we started hearing occasional reports from .NET developers that they were having trouble maintaining HTTPS sessions with one of our customer’s websites. Establishing connections worked just fine but they would periodically get disconnected, resulting in an exception that crashed their application. Around the same Continue Reading

New CentOS Atomic Host Available

An updated version of CentOS Atomic Host (version 7.20160203) is now available for download. CentOS Atomic Host is a lean operating system designed to run Docker containers, built from standard CentOS 7 RPMs, and tracking the component versions included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.2. CentOS Atomic Host Continue Reading


6 steps to take when removing a product

No one likes to say goodbye. But sometimes, we have no choice. When it’s time to remove a product from your store, it probably feels a little strange. Adding that item takes so much work, but you can delete it in a single click. Just because you can delete products quickly doesn’t Continue Reading


ownCloud Earned Members Choice Award From Linux Questions

Many people are looking for a safe home for their data and ownCloud provides this for millions of users! The yearly Linux Questions Members Choice Awards 2015 vote for the fresh new Open Source Cloud Solution of the Year category reflected this fact in a massive win for ownCloud. While Continue Reading

Manage your Windows Server from anywhere

We are pleased to announce the public preview of server management tools, a set of web-based remote GUI tools that can be used to manage installations of Windows Server 2016 (now in technical preview). This is a free set of tools that allows you to manage the Windows servers in Continue Reading

[Scheduled Maintenance] ReadySpace Cloud Server Windows – Singapore

Dear Customers, We will be performing a maintenance that will impact the following services. Service(s) affected : Cloud Server Windows Scheduled start time and date : 11:00 PM 12/02/2016 SGT +0800hours Estimated end time and date : 01:00 AM 13/02/2015 SGT +0800hours IP Addresses Affected :,,,,,,,,, Continue Reading

GitLab 8.4.4 Released

Today we are releasing version 8.4.4 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). This version includes more fixes for Elasticsearch, a re-introduction of the “Send email to users” administration link that was mistakenly removed, and addresses one potential security issue concerning public CI build logs. Read on for Continue Reading

The Magento Forums Reach 100,000 Members

Less than a year ago we relaunched the new and improved Magento Forums, and many of you have truly embraced them as a way to connect with each other and ask questions while innovating on the Magento platform. We’ve now reached 100,000 members on the new forums, which is amazing! Continue Reading


ownCloud Desktop and Android Client Updates

Android clientToday, we published an update to the ownCloud Android client which introduces improved file upload handling and UI improvements; and an update to the ownCloud Desktop client bringing updated HiDPI support, networking improvements and better syncing. Get your updates now and keep your data safely at home! Android Changes Continue Reading

Exploring Nano Server for Windows Server 2016

If you haven’t yet tried Windows Server 2016, today we hope to give you a few more reasons to try out our latest technical preview. On this week’s Microsoft Mechanics show, we feature updates to Nano Server with Jeffrey Snover, Chief Architect, Enterprise Cloud. Nano Server is the new headless Continue Reading

Where is my Two Factor Authentication?

cPanel & WHM version 54 introduces the new Two Factor Authentication features for the cPanel and WHM interfaces. This feature is one of the most highly requested features on We at cPanel worked hard to bring this in cPanel & WHM version 54.  When the new feature hit the Continue Reading

How to Create a Spam Filter

Let’s be honest, no one likes spam, not hosting providers, not web users, and certainly not us. That’s why it has become a reoccurring subject on the cPanel Blog. So, using one of our favorite features, Apache SpamAssassin, we want to equip you, the cPanel user, with a nifty trick Continue Reading

The Importance of Using Protection | The Ins and Outs of Firewalls

We do a lot of posts on server protection because honestly — it’s pretty important. This time around we wanted to highlight and breakdown one of the most common tools used to protect your machine: the firewall. In this tips and tricks, we’ll go over what is a firewall, how Continue Reading

The 3 Different Applications for cPanel Webmail

Webmail is one of the most commonly used features in cPanel. As opposed to having email delivered from the server to a desktop application, Webmail allows users to check their messages from their browsers. Currently, there are three different Webmail applications available, each with their own subtle differences, but all Continue Reading


Patchman | A Bodyguard for Your Server

With the internet growing larger and our dependency on digital information growing ever more prominent, the issues of web security are a continual discussion point in the world of hosting as well as amongst the web professionals that float through the halls of cPanel. Not only are we looking for Continue Reading

Agile’s Not Just for Development | cPanel Conference Session

Learn how to take the same agile framework used in software development and apply it to marketing. Expand your horizons and explore how agile marketing can benefit your marketing efforts. Presenter: Stephen Brent May


cPanel Branding Basics: A Guide for Reseller Hosts

cPanel & WHM is a tool that has become synonymous with web hosting. However, while hosting providers around the world use this software to offer their customers the freedom to manage their websites, email accounts,  databases, and more, they have also been given very few options when it came to Continue Reading


6 ownCloud User Interaction Design Principles

“don’t show what is not needed” in actionAt ownCloud, design and user experience (“UX”) are a core part of our mission. If ownCloud is not usable for everybody, it has failed! We’ve talked to the lead of the ownCloud design team, Jan-Christoph Borchardt, about what makes design ‘ownCloud’ and how Continue Reading

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