I recently bought an SSL certificate to protect user data. I installed the cert in WHM. But when I go to my website in https://, my browser says (Safari canít open the page [url] because Safari canít establish a secure connection to the server ď*domain name*Ē.)
Do you know what's happening and how to fix it? I've never dealt with SSL before, so this is very frustrating.
I have dedicated server at GoDaddy and I am hosting very important web service for our company. We have only one HDD on server and no FTP backup. What is the best method to protect data and whole server from HDD crash? Is it enough to add second HDD?
I've written a script to send property data to rightmove.co.uk as part of their new automated data feed. However they require a secure connection to their systems when posting the data. They have provided me with a .pem file which is a security certificate. I need to install this on my plesk server but where to start as most certificates require a private key and the actual certificate. The private key I have been provided is only an 8 charter string, like a password.
I thought I knew enough about my .htaccess stuff to do this, but I can't seem to work it out. What I want to do is if a user visits domain.com/folder, we check to see if the folder exists. If so, show as normal (IE domain.com/support)
If a user visits domain.com/dynamicusername (dynamicusername is not a physical folder), redirect to dynamicusername.domain.com
Are there any scripts out there that can protect URLs? For an example I am trying to protect a megaupload.com URL with a masking URL and making sure that the masking URL is only access by a referral site. Can this be done?
Last days my site was hacked to the main page has been added the "iframe" tag with path to the virus loading. I don't know how somebody could edit the original page and insert this code to the html body. This time I have updated this page from archive but I would be glad to know how to protect my site in future. Could somebody advice me fast and effective methods?
what is the best way to protect whm and cpanel from unwanted login?
If i change the port they still can sniff, is there away to put another layer to protect it or assigned specific ip to be able to login ? I'm on a dedicate server and only hosting for 1 site so there no customer that i should worry about.
can i change /whm and /cpanel to something else just to hide it form novice users.