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How to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) in cPanel

Two-factor authentication adds an additional layer of protection by requiring you to enter a unique code along with your regular password each time you login. This code is generated by an app on your smartphones and changes every 60 seconds. Nobody can login without both your password and access to your smartphone to generate the …

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How to Access and Use Patchman with cPanel Shared Hosting

This article applies to Patchman with our cPanel based shared hosting accounts. How Patchman Works Patchman is an automatic malware detection and patching tool, developed to protect CMS websites, like WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. With cybercriminals actively exploiting vulnerabilities in these popular platforms, website owners can benefit immensely from Patchman. The tool detects vulnerabilities, alerts …

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How to enable two-factor authentication (2FA)

Providing an additional layer of security to your account we recommend all customers use 2 factor authentication, here we explain how to do this. Step 1: If you don’t already have an authentication app installed on your smartphone, tablet or PC you will need to download one. We recommend either Google authenticator or Microsoft authenticator, …

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How to Install and Configure Tomcat8.5?

This tutorial drives through the method of installing Tomcat 8.5 with private instances. Here, all instructions are implemented as though you were logged into the server through SSH as the root user, or are working on WHM’s Terminal (WHM > Server Configuration > Terminal). In the below examples, $username specifies the username linked with the …

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