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You can lock a directory with a password by using the cPanel Password Protected Directories Option.1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Files section, click on Directory Privacy Icon. 3....

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You can lock directory with a password by using the cPanel Password Protected Directories option.1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Security section, click on the IP Blocker Icon. 3. Under...

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External website can use < IMG /> tag to display an image from your site somewhere else on the internet, and The result of this is that the other website steals your bandwidth.1. Log into...

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If someone is trying to hack your website or you want to block their IP Address, you can add this line to your .htaccess file. order allow, deny deny from IP-ADDRESS allow from all Replace...

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For security purposes, we recommend that you disable directory browsing on your website so no one can see the files/folders of your website. You can disable Directory Browsing by adding this line...

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For security purposes, we recommend you to prevent access to your .htaccess file from unauthorized access.Add this code to your .htaccess file: # .htaccess protection order allow, deny deny...

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To secure your admin area from hackers, we recommend that you allow access only from a selected IP address to your admin directory. You need to create a .htaccess file in the directory where you...

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Is your IP frequently blocked when you access a WordPress admin area or any script with a web browser? Are you left with the feeling that your IP is blocked or that the server is down or it is not...

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Security is important for our data safety, and we recommended you enable the Two-Factor Authentication(2FA) on your cPanel account so that hackers will be unable to access your cPanel account even...

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If you want to remove the Two-Factor Authentication from your cPanel account, follow this instruction.1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Security section, click on the Two-Factor...

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