cPanel releases EasyApache 3.11.2

EasyApache 3.11.2 includes improvements to FastCGI, along with numerous interface adjustments

The release of EasyApache 3.11.2 removes a previous patch that hindered FastCGI performance. This update also corrects a previous patch that resulted in problems with FcgidMaxRequestLen. Both, FastCGI and FcgidMaxRequestLen, now operate at expected performance levels.

The interface has also been updated to make the navigation and setup of EasyApache easier. These changes include:

  • Marking PHP 4 as End of Life.
  • Marking Frontpage as deprecated.
  • Providing a link to documentation when enabling mod_ruid2.

Frontpage has also been added as incompatible with mod_ruid2.

We strongly recommend that all server administrators rebuild their EasyApache profile immediately.

 To rebuild the EasyApache profile:

  1. Log in to WHM as the root user.
  2. Click on the EasyApache (Apache Update) link in the left menu.
  3. If you wish to keep the same configuration, simply click the Build Profile
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cPanel releases updates for cPanel & WHM 11.30

cPanel & WHM provides major fixes for CentOS 4 as well as other minor fixes

The recent end of life to CentOS 4 by CentOS, provided issues when updating or installing packages from YUM. cPanel located the correct files at and pointed the YUM repository to them. Updates were also made to the YUM process of attempting to autorepair the package manager.

Changes have been made to the Modify an Account process. Issues that may occur when changing CGI settings and CGI access have been addressed.

The final issue addressed in resolves a problem when enabling or disabling AWStats through WHM. 

We strongly recommend that all server admins update their cPanel & WHM servers immediately.

To update cPanel & WHM manually:

  1. Log into WHM as the root user. 
  2. Click on the WHM 11.30.X (build X) link on the top right corner of the screen.
  3. Click the button labeled Click to Upgrade.
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PHP 4 End of Life announcement

cPanel to End Support for PHP 4. cPanel announces that EasyApache will no longer support PHP 4 beginning May, 2012.

PHP 4 has not been actively developed, or supported by the PHP developers, for several years. Many CVEs reported against newer versions of PHP are also applicable in version 4, but remain unaddressed by the PHP developers.

EasyApache will soon warn administrators that PHP 4 has reached End of Life when PHP 4 is selected. As early as EasyApache 3.12, PHP 4 will be removed from EasyApache. For an indeterminate period PHP 4 will be available as a Custom Option Module on This Custom Option Module is provided as a convenience for those who may need a longer period of time to transition away from PHP 4.

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Pre-Launch for Attracta SEO Tools Integration

At cPanel Conference 2011, cPanel announced the upcoming launch of Attracta SEO tool features within cPanel & WHM.  cPanel and Attracta have launched a special site ( ) dedicated to partners wishing to gain full access to the upcoming features.

Attracta SEO tools are scheduled for release to the cPanel & WHM EDGE tier at the beginning of April with availability in the CURRENT tier later in the month. Continue reading

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Web Hosting at South By Southwest

On Monday, March 12, 2012, cPanel will travel to Austin, Texas and join a number of Partners, industry friends, and hosting guru’s at this year’s South by Southwest 2012 (SxSW) conference.

cPanel & WHM powers some of the largest and most successful web hosting companies in the world and provides web site owners with complete control over their hosting environment.

cPanel will also unveil its new “Launch in 60 Seconds Challenge” at SxSW!  This interactive game will challenge attendees to build a website as quickly as possible for a chance to win awesome grand prizes.  Do you think you have what it takes to beat our best score of 60 seconds?  If so, stop by booth number 204 and show your skills!

Here is how the challenge works:
You will become a website user who has just had account created by a server administrator.  Your mission is to get a website launched as quickly as you can!  We will record the top times in three-hour blocks.  The fastest time in each three-hour block will win a Kindle Fire tablet!

The hosting community has increased its presence at SxSW over the past few years.  Below is a list of some our closest friends and Partners who will exhibit next week:


* Current cPanel Partner NOC’s

Stop by booth number 204 and we will show you how cPanel & WHM can improve your web hosting experience.  If you love hosting or have questions, come by and talk to one of our cPanel experts during the conference.

We’ll see you in Austin!

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CentOS 4 and RHEL 4 6-Month End of Life Notice

For continued compatibility with the latest versions of cPanel & WHM, please update your server to CentOS 6 or RHEL 6.

CentOS and Red Hat discontinued support for version 4 of their respective operating systems on February 29, 2012.

cPanel & WHM version 11.32 will be the last to support version 4 of these operating systems. In accordance with our end of life policy, cPanel & WHM will continue to function on these systems after the operating system end of life date.

If you currently run version 4 of CentOS or RHEL, we recommend upgrading your server to version 6 of your operating system.

To determine your installed operating system version, use the following command:
cat /etc/redhat-release

For more information, please visit:

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cPanel Acquires Small Web Hosting Company to Increase User Testing

cPanel, Inc., announced that its subsidiary, Hostbed, L.L.C., has acquired, a small website hosting solutions provider.  The purchase gives cPanel a direct platform for real-world testing of its products. will continue to operate under its current name.

cPanel Vice President Aaron Philips said that with the acquisition, cPanel will be able to gain a deeper understanding of how website owners use cPanel’s software. “This will be accomplished by having direct access to live server data, help desk tickets, and hosting company feedback” Continue reading

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cPanel Offers Enhanced Mail Functionality With Release of Version 11.32

Houston, TX — cPanel & WHM version 11.32, which released today to the edge tier, offers numerous updates, including enhancements to mail functionality and login screens. It also officially supports DKIM and includes the Logaholic web analytics application.

Enhanced Mail Functionality

cPanel has made enhancements to the WHM Mail Queue Manager. Among the changes, it offers users the ability to take action on multiple messages of the user’s choice, and to search the mail queue and take action on the results.

Searching and troubleshooting mail deliveries is simplified with the addition of Mail Delivery Reports, for WHM users, and Email Trace, for cPanel and webmail users.  

Improved Localized Login Page

cPanel & WHM users will also notice an improved localized login page. The cPanel & WHM login screens now feature an updated design and localization options. The login page will default to the language used by your browser when loaded.

cPanel & WHM supports 14 languages for the login interface, and users may choose which locale (language) cPanel or WHM should use.

Now Supported

DKIM has long provided validation for incoming mail. With version 11.32, cPanel & WHM can sign outgoing messages. DKIM is now supported and can be managed by cPanel accounts through the Email Authentication feature in cPanel. Resellers can apply DKIM records to new accounts during account creation.

cPanel & WHM Project Manager Ken Power said “We are proud to get DKIM integrated into the product. This is something the customers asked for and we listened.”

Now Available

Along with various enhancements, the Logaholic web analytics bundle is now officially available to cPanel users with the 11.32 release.

Other Notable Updates Include:

– Improved Email Rate Limiting
– New Exim Configuration Editor
– Improved cPanel::Hooks system
– MySQL 5.5 Now Supported
– MyDNS-NG Now Supported
– Better Management of Files Through the cPanel File Manager Interface
– IPv6 Support in Apache Distiller
– Reduced Memory Overhead for cphulk, cpsrvd, and cpdavd when idle

Learn more about 11.32 updates and enhancements:
11.32 Microsite: [](

Release Notes: [](

Change Log: [](

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cPanel Releases Updates for cPanel & WHM 11.30

cPanel & WHM release 11.30.6 improves security and FreeBSD® compatibility.

This update for cPanel & WHM fixes some security issues with cPanel & WHM. 11.30.6 provides security fixes for phpMyAdmin.

cPanel & WHM 11.30.6 improves compatibility with 11.32. Downgrading from 11.32 to 11.30 requires a restart of cpsrvd. Since this can negatively have an impact on a downgrade performed within WHM a noticed is displayed to inform the user of the restart.

This update improves the configuration of BIND for users of FreeBSD®. The server should now be able to ping local domains when using the default BIND configuration.

update1.pngWe strongly recommend that all server admins update their cPanel & WHM servers immediately.

To update cPanel & WHM manually:

  1. Log into WHM as the root user. 
  2. Click on the WHM 11.30.X (build X) link on the top right corner of the screen.
  3. update2.png the button labeled Click to Upgrade.

For More information on these issues, please visit the cPanel & WHM 11.30 Change Log.

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cPanel Releases Fixes for cPanel & WHM 11.30

The newest cPanel & WHM release,, improves Google Chrome support.

This update for cPanel & WHM resolves an issue with handling form submissions by newer versions of Google Chrome. The error affected file uploads in the cPanel File Manager for Chrome users.

cPanel & WHM also corrects an issue with setting the eximstats database password on new installs.

We strongly recommend that all server admins update their cPanel & WHM servers immediately.

To update cPanel & WHM manually:

1. Log into WHM as the root user.
2. Click on the WHM 11.30.X (build X) link on the top right corner of the screen.
3. Click the button labeled Click to Upgrade.


For More information on these issues, please visit the cPanel & WHM 11.30 Change Log.

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