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Download PHPMyAdmin install it using your user name and password. A how to documentation http://docs.phpmyadmin.net/en/latest/setup.html . However, you need to be careful at seting up your phpmyadmin, dont let other people knows it. If security and feature is not a concern , you may want to try adminer, it provide lighter and faster interface. For ...
The article 'How to Export All Emails From cPanel' at ehow might be of help to you.
The details about the difference between different types of ssl can be found at the following site
Probably there is also some security issue with the Wordpress setup, being it two years old maybe it's time to apply security patches. if you don't want (or can't) rebuild the server from scratch, I sould suggest to: check the date/time of creation of the file images.php as this is probably when the whole site got corrupted find all .php files ...
If you can't access to some files or folders, I would recommend you to change the file permissions. When your site is blacklisted/removed from search results, Google recommends webmasters to take their site down as soon as possible, to contact their web hoster and then to change all passwords for all users and all accounts. ...
It was a long time ago I worked with cPanel, but I will try to answer the best I can. If someone else has something to contribute to this post - feel free to edit. According to a blog post OpenSSL prevents multiple SSL virtual hosts on a single IP address. You can either use mod_rewrite or follow a possible solution laid out in the blog post.
I found the issue was the user for that cPanel account actually had an identical password to my WHM account and this threw an error (though user names were different). I changed it and it was ok.
You can easily access the phpmyadmin through the administration privileges. Just click on the icon of phpmyadmin and run it as an administrator. No need to go to the control panel. Hope this will reduce your problem.
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