Tag: ProdDevSec

Brace Yourselves, NGINX is Coming

Arguably, one of the most requested and popular feature requests submitted for cPanel & WHM has been the addition of the NGINX web server as an alternative to Apache. We have good news for those of you that have been asking: NGINX...

/ April 19, 2019

Security Advisor 101

Inside the Security Center section of WHM lies a feature that some cPanel & WHM users may not be familiar with. Security Advisor is a feature that when selected, displays possible security concerns that hosting providers will want to address, as well...

/ January 9, 2019

Reseller’s Guide to ACLs and API Tokens

Several versions ago, we made some monumental changes to the way that the ACLs (access control lists) and APIs behave and the level of access they grant. These improvements allow webhosts to provide more access to resellers while maintaining security for root...

/ December 28, 2018

A Brand New Tomcat is Here!

In cPanel & WHM version 76, we implemented a new version of Apache Tomcat® for users that run EasyApache 4. This iteration represents a complete overhaul of our implementation and provides substantial differences from the EasyApache 3 version. The EasyApache...

/ December 27, 2018

Move Over MyDNS and NSD- Here Comes PowerDNS!

One of the useful features that we offer with cPanel & WHM is the ability to run your own DNS server . The nameserver features we have provided in the past have included PowerDNS, MyDNS, BIND, and NSD. With the release of cPanel & WHM Version 78, we are deprecating NSD and MyDNS. New installations of...

/ December 21, 2018

The new and improved cPanel & WHM Version 70

It’s been almost two months since we announced the delay of cPanel & WHM Version 70. In that time, we’ve done a whole lot of work. We’re entering brand new territory for us, and Version 70 is at the center of...

/ May 2, 2018

December 2017 Development Update

Between the cPanel conference, releasing cPanel & WHM Version 68 and building version 70, we’ve done a whole lot since our last Development Update! We’ve had a ton of blog posts covering a lot of the new and exciting things that...

/ December 22, 2017

EasyApache 3: It’s been a long road, but it will be time to say goodbye soon.

It’s that time. No, not breakfast, or lunch. It’s time that we are finally defining the End of Life for EasyApache 3.  EasyApache 3 will be fully deprecated, receiving no further updates as of December 31st, 2018. This date allows...

/ October 26, 2017

cPanel’s tiered update system; New plans for the LTS tier

cPanel & WHM’s tiered update system has long allowed us to release new versions and features in stages. Each tier provides us access to a different type of feedback from a specific segment of our user-base. The EDGE tier is...

/ September 15, 2016

The Server that Couldn’t Slow Down

We’re obsessed in this society with speed. We always want a fast car, fast internet speed, fast food…but, what about faster software updates? For the last several months, the Code Monkeys, EasyApache, and Internal Development Scrum teams have worked to...

/ February 2, 2016

EasyApache 4 Announcement

Over the past several months, we have been working on the next generation of EasyApache. In EasyApache 4, we will make quite a few major changes to the way cPanel & WHM utilizes Apache HTTPd & PHP. This will initially...

/ January 14, 2015

Introducing cPanel’s All-New Software Development Kit Documentation

Today, we in cPanel’s documentation department are excited to publish our brand new, completely rewritten and restyled Software Development Kit (SDK)!   The new Software Development Kit landing page. The SDK section of our documentation provides detailed information for all of...

/ January 9, 2015

cPanel & WHM 11.46 Webinar

In case you missed last week’s webinar on cPanel & WHM 11.46, we’re happy to provide you with a nifty recording of the discussion. Feel free to share the new knowledge with your team and we hope to see you...

/ December 9, 2014

MariaDB® support is coming in 11.48

In order to provide you with greater flexibility and more database options, we will be adding MariaDB 10.0 database support to cPanel & WHM version 11.48 in the first quarter of 2015. MariaDB acts as a MySQL® replacement, and all...

/ November 14, 2014