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There are many different server environments out there that experience disruptions due to malicious attacks of varying natures. Above all, each of these applications can be susceptible to incidents such as ‘Layer 7’ or ‘Application Layer DDoS’ attacks. This is performed by attempting to saturate network or server resources with traffic floods. A WAF (website […]

KnownHost’s proactive monitoring is a service available to our Managed VPS, Cloud, NVMe, and Dedicated servers. These are services where we will monitor your server’s services in detail and respond accordingly when something goes wrong – without you having to open a ticket. What is Monitored? We currently monitor the key services of your system. […]

Managing Login Failure Daemon (LFD) from WHM

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The Login Failure Daemon (LFD) is a part of the ConfigServer Security & Firewall (CSF) application that is available for Linux servers. It’s the firewall that comes preinstalled on any Managed KnownHost server and it’s a product that we’re very familiar with. This particular part of the application handles the tracking and logging of what […]

So, you’ve purchased an SSL Certificate and now you don’t know what to do? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! If you’ve purchased a standard DV certificate, an OV certificate or an EV Certificate, it doesn’t matter, no stress! We’ll help explain things to help make it easy for you to install your SSL certificate […]

cPanel and DirectAdmin both pioneer in integrating third-party apps to allow for more combined usage out of their panels. They do this by partnering with those developers to provide a robust platform that your average user could utilize for whatever project need that they have, we go over some of them below as well as […]

cPanel and Directadmin both offer the expected features such as SQL, DNS and Email. We’ll provide the basics and show the comparisons between the two panels. SQL DirectAdmin also supports MySQL version 8 where cPanel supports up to version 5.7 (current as of August 2019). Both panels store the SQL server’s configuration files at /etc/my.cnf. […]

cPanel and Directadmin both offer methods of implementing PHP and Webserver changes, modules and/or configurations. We’ll go into each respective methods of handling this and how they go about it while providing relevant information that you may or may not find as useful as we did. 🙂 The Webserver and PHP Implementation Because the PHP […]