How to add Multi-Purpose Internet Mail Extensions types in cPanel

In this article, you will understand how to add MIME types in cPanel. MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) types instruct browsers on how to deal with specific file formats. The MIME type tells the browser what kind of file it’s dealing with and how it’ll be delivered to the user. Example: When a .ppt file […]

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How to Switch Off Email in the cPanel Interface

Introduction: The following steps must be followed by those who wish to disable the ability for users to build email addresses and all other contacts with the server’s email services. Procedure: To delete email from the users’ cPanel accounts, change or create a new feature list and assign it to the users’ package, or create […]

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How to Install WordPress using cPanel – Host.co.in

cPanel makes it is very easy to install WordPress. Follow the below steps. Step 1. Log into your cPanel Account. Step 2. Scroll down to the Softaculous App Installer. Step 3. Then, you will see WordPress Icon, Click on it. Step 4. When the WordPress page opens, click on the Install Now icon. The page […]

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How to Upload New File in cPanel File Manager – Host.co.in

cPanel File Manager is a tool which allows you to manage your website files and folders through a web interface without the need to use FTP – File Transport Protocol. With File Manager, you can create, upload, change, or remove files and folders. Here, we’ve explained how to upload a new file in cPanel file […]

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How to Create a MySQL Database in cPanel – Host.co.in

Creating a MySQL database for your website is very simple. You can do this through your hosting control panel. Follow these steps – Step #1. Login to cPanel Step #2. Search for the Databases section and click on the MySQL Database Wizard icon. Step #3. For creating a New Database, Enter a name for your […]

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How Does Leech Protection works?

Leeching protection sets maximum number of log-ins which can occur withing a specific time limit (normally 2 hours). If this limit is exceeded then the user is detected as allowing other people to use his log-in credentials and blocked immediately.

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What is Leech Protect?

Leech Protection is a great feature for Linux shared hosting consumers, provided in cPanel version 11.30, which allows you to restrict log-ins you want to allow each user within a particular (generally 2 hour) period. Leeching takes place when multiple users try to submit their username and password multiple times, allowing other visitors to use […]

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Does Host.co.in Provide With Firewalls?

For Linux Shared Hosting customers Host.co.in’s shared servers come with a pre-installed firewall which is reliable and up to the mark when compared to industry standards. For VPS Hosting customers, no hardware firewall can be installed as the VPS server hardware is shared virtually by more than one individual, but still, you can choose any […]

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How To Reset MySQL Password Using MySQL Command

In previous post we saw how to change MySQL password using mysqladmin command at shell prompt. But there is another way to do it by updating the MySQL database.  As usernames and passwords are stored in a user table in MySQL database so you can directly change password of any user by following the below […]

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