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This potentially allows the attacker to pretty much do/execute anything on your system by passing an arbitrary command in the URL query string! So, yes, it could potentially allow files to be downloaded, eg. using wget.
However, whether this would work as intended for the attacker would depend on how "...
You can find or change the location of backups in cpanel's Configure Backup Directory section of Backup Configuration interface Home > Backup > Backup Configuration
Once you know the location of your file, rather than using a browser, use an FTP client such as filezilla
When I migrated some clients from a cpanel install to my "raw apache" based servers I simply copied the cpanel certs to my Apache server and installed them as part if the migration.
I then used Letsencrypt to generate new certs after DNS had been migrated.
As others have mentioned it is possible to use a DNS challenge as an alternative way of ...
I would think this is possible, but perhaps not in the way you'd expect.
example.com (the domain apex) would be the primary domain on Account#1
subdomain1.example.com would be the primary domain on Account#2 and subdomain2.example.com to subdomain10.example.com would be configured as Addon domains. (Or, perhaps use a "special" subdomain as the ...
A and CNAME both are types of DNS records, that can be applied to a domain name.
But they are mutually exclusive:
A resolves a domain name query to an IP address,
CNAME resolves it to an other domain name.
So if you are ”trying to point a subdomain to a different server“ it depends on you hosting situation if it's better to have DNS queries resolved ...
That error means that the cPanel license has been suspended because the server has too many users.
You can find out what kind of license you have by putting your server's IP into the following form:
If you pay cPanel directly for your license, reach out to cPanel customer support for assistance with adding users to your ...
I've contacted CPanel's support. The problem was you need to setup 2 variables in En WHM -> Server Configuration -> Basic WebHost Manager® Setup, HOMEMATCH and HOMEDIR
I was changing just the 1st one.
You can check it in the shell using:
# grep home /etc/wwwacct.conf -i
Since you are using a cpanel server, you can change email routing (where your server routes email) cpanel > email > routing > remote mail server
If MX is pointing to a remote server, one by-product of not doing this is that your server will attempt to deliver all emails generated on it, locally. i.e. any contact forms, other users sending emails ...
IMPORTANT: Make sure that you're running an up to date version of cPanel and cPanel DNSOnly. Specifically 88 or higher. There are a number of DNS Clustering defects that were fixed recently in 86.
First things first, Any particular reason that you're using "Write Only" as the relationship?
Using "Write Only" as the relationship (as viewed ...
That is unexpected. The new site effectively inherits the ranking of the old site since incoming links that predominantly influence search results still point to the same domain. This would normally be the same as updating an existing page, which may impact search results eventually.
Presumably old.example.com did not exist before and so it makes no sense ...
The error message strongly indicates that you already have an A record for the subdomain.
You need to delete this A record before adding the CNAME record as the 2 record types are incompatible with each other.
Thanks for the help all!
I was able to figure how to import and open a few files. Actually the Horde web mail client on the server was able to import a few hand picked emails which helped us assert that emails from our Inbox folder prior to Nov 2018 are gone somehow we cannot explain.
But fortunately our Sent folder has all emails sent so we do have a copy ...
If your hosting only allows 1 website and that site is not your domain, then you need to either upgrade so you can include the new domain as an addon or you need a separate hosting plan. Looking at the DNS settings at intoDNS it can be seen that the nameservers are pointing to godaddy. Visiting your domain it takes me to http://elogee.com/defaultsite which ...
I was able to resolve this issue by whitelisting all of Cloudflare's IP Ranges within ConfigServer Firewall in cPanel.
It appears that for some reason the server's own firewall has blacklisted some of Cloudflare's IP addresses, and I suspect that js files (which were most commonly returning 522) use a particular IP range.
Some of this is speculation on my ...
Does it do the discarding on the first day of the next month? If so, what happens to the log records from the last day of the previous month - are those never archived?
The wording can be somewhat misleading but it is referring to the previous month as if you were still in the last month. As in when March starts (end of February) all of Januaries logs would ...
First key thing to recognize is that the "Setup NodeJS App" icon is not cPanel. It is a cPanel Plugin that CloudLinux adds.
To actually resolve the specific error that you've mentioned, you have to kill the existing Node processes that are running.
That means that you will need to do one of the following:
Contact your hosting provider to kill the ...
Assuming the domain's MX records are pointing to Tmail, that is where you need to set up either a forwarder to firstname.lastname@example.org or give email@example.com its own mailbox.
If you could create support@ then you should be able to create abuse@