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When Let's Encrypt [https://letsencrypt.org/], an open source security certificate provider, entered public beta in December 2015, it changed the encryption game forever. Until then, encryption through SSL security certificates was only available for a fe...
1. Log into cPanel (http://yourdomain.com/cpanel) 2. Click Hot Link Protection Enter the URLs you want to give access to the restricted files. Make sure you enter these with and without the www's if you want the images to be accessed both ways. Ent...
You can log into your cPanel by typing your domain into your browser follower by "/cpanel" For example: http://youdomain.com/cpanel Use the user name and password given to you in your welcome email.
Do not follow the steps below if you are using frontpage extensions on your site. Doing so will break your extensions and will keep you from publishing from frontpage. If you are creating your content in Frontpage we reccomend you use Frontpage to passwor...
 First you will need to CREATE A CSR: 1. Login to your cpanel 2. Go to  >> Security  >> SSL/TLS Manager  >> Private Keys (KEY)  >> Generate, view, upload, or delete your private keys.   3. Scroll down towards the bottom  and eithe...
Overview The Index Manager allows you to customize the way a directory will be viewed on the web. You can select between a default style, no indexes, or two types of indexing. If you do not wish for people to be able to see the files in your directory,...
Please check that all your files are in the correct location, and that your code makes the correct refrence to the file in question. If you find no errors, it is likely that you have HotLink Protection enabled. You need to add your domain/subdomain to the...
cPanel is the web hosting software that we use to manage all of our clients. It provides many tools to the user to build and maintain their website.