This section allows you to configure the services that you and your clients use on the server.
To use the default settings, click Skip This Step and Use Default Settings at the top of the interface.
To configure an FTP server, select the FTP server software that you wish to use. You can choose ProFTPD, Pure-FTPD, or Disabled.
Review the information in the Advantages, Disadvantages, and Notes columns of the table for more information about each option.
Configure cPHulk Brute Force Protection
cPHulk provides protection from brute force attacks against your web services. To enable and configure cPHulk, perform the following steps:
- Select the Enable cPHulk checkbox.
- To allow the
chkservd service to monitor and restart the
cPHulkd service, select the Allow chkservd to monitor and restart cPHulkd checkbox.
- To add your local IP address to the whitelist, select the Add my IP address to the whitelist checkbox.
- To receive a notification whenever an IP address that is not on the whitelist performs a successful
root login, select the Send a notification upon successful root login when the IP address is not on the whitelist checkbox.
- To receive a notification whenever an IP address that is not on the whitelist but comes from a known netblock performs a successful
root login, select the Send a notification upon successful root login when the IP address is not on the whitelist, but from a known netblock checkbox.
- To receive a notification whenever cPHulk detects a brute force attack, select the Send a notification when the system detects a brute force user checkbox.
- To block IP addresses at the firewall level whenever they meet the conditions for brute force protection, select the Block IP addresses at the firewall level if they trigger brute force protection checkbox.
To block IP addresses at the firewall level whenever they meet the conditions for a one-day block, select the Block IP addresses at the firewall level if they trigger a one-day block checkbox.
The options to block IP addresses at the firewall level require
iptables 1.4 or higher and a non-Virtuozzo environment.
If you wish to configure additional cPHulk settings, select the Configure Advanced Settings checkbox.
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The following Advanced Settings will appear. Enter the desired value in the text box that corresponds to each option:
Install a Common Set of Perl Modules
Select the Provide modules to /usr/bin/perl formerly provided by checkperlmodules checkboxto install a common set of Perl modules to the
Certain scripts and CGI applications may require a Perl installation in the
/usr/bin/perl file. cPanel & WHM does not use this file. For more information, read our Guide to Perl in cPanel - Modules and Scripts documentation.
Save and continue
Click Save & Go to Step 6.
To return to Step 4, click Go Back.