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These files were never on your account, they were hosted on another account on the same (shared) server with username "impots". On many shared Apache servers you can access your account's files by a URL of the form http://<server-IP>/~username (a feature known as "per-user web directories" handled by mod_userdir). This allows you to access your ...
Inspecting your SSL certification on your website I can confirm that you have used the correct files included in the zip file provided by Comodo, For other readers, the Comodo SSL PositiveSSL/EssentialSSL, 2 files required by cPanel or WHM are: example.crt (Main Cert) COMODORSAOrganizationValidationSecureServerCA.crt (CABundle) example.key (Key file, ...
You keep your private key secret from everyone, but you give your public key to anyone who wants it. If you want to send someone an encrypted email, you need to get their public key and use that to perform the encryption. The receiver must use their own private key to decrypt the email. Simply, you provide your public key to others. They must ...
You can use File Manager in cPanel to sort files by "Last Modified" however, this can only be done folder by folder. This will allow you to look for any abnormal dates.
It isn't possible at current to monitor the bandwidth directly via cPanel however there is a module for Wowza which I believe does exactly what you need. How to monitor bandwidth of published streams (ModuleLimitPublishedStreamBandwidth) The link below will explain how to configure modules. Configure modules
Sorry, the domain is already pointed to an IP address that does not appear to >use DNS servers associated with this server. Please transfer the domain to this >servers nameservers or have your administrator add one of its nameservers to >/etc/ips.remotedns and make the proper A entries on that remote nameserver. This means that GoDaddy have cPanel set ...
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