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cPanel DDoS protection – Everything that you need to know!

It’s a shocking fact that DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks are on the rise!

Hackers evolve with new ways of DDoS attack every day. That makes DDoS protection a significant step for server security.

At Bobcares, we help servers owners to implement DDoS protection in servers as part of our Dedicated Support Services for Web Hosts.

Today, we’ll see how we can set up DDoS protection in cPanel servers.


cPanel EasyApache 3 to 4 migration – What you need to know!

“We will deprecate EasyApache 3 on December 31, 2018. After that date, we will no longer update EasyApache 3. In cPanel & WHM version 78, we will remove support for EasyApache 3.

If you do not upgrade to EasyApache 4, you cannot upgrade to cPanel and WHM version 78. For more information, read our EasyApache 4 documentation.”


EasyApache warning in WHM


If you are a cPanel server owner running EasyApache 3, you will see this warning message in your WHM.


Web server Nginx vs Apache – Which one should you choose?

Nginx or Apache – Which web server should I choose?

This is a common dilemma faced by server owners, especially when they start their business or when their existing web server creates any issues.

In our role as Technical Support Services for web hosting companies, installing, configuring and managing web servers is a major task we perform for our customers.

Among web servers, Apache and Nginx are the top players, when it comes to Linux platform. But choosing a web server is not something that has to be done blindly.



Apache SSLCipherSuite – Recommended settings for your server

Web servers such as Apache use encryption to protect critical information such as credit card numbers.

The secret language they use to encrypt data is called a Cipher. Some of these secret languages are weak, and some are strong.

At Bobcares, we help server owners to enable strong ciphers in servers as part of our Dedicated Support Services for Web Hosts.

Today we’ll discuss how to set a strong Cipher for Apache.



How to Disable SSLv3 in Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS, RedHat, Debian)

A stitch in time saves nine!

This is perfectly applicable in the case of server security vulnerabilities.

SSLv3 is a weak method of data transfer between servers. And this can cause leakage of sensitive data from the server.

That’s why, we help our customers to disable SSLv3 on their servers as part of our Dedicated Support Services for Web Hosts.

Today, we’ll discuss on how to disable SSLv3 in various Linux operating systems.