cPHulk Brute Force Protection in cPanel

How to Disable cPHulk Brute Force Protection?

1) connect your VPS with cPanel via SSH.

2) Run the following command to disable cPHulk for 5 minutes

/usr/local/cpanel/etc/init/stopcphulkd

3) cPHulkD will stop until chksrvd starts it back up again within 8 minutes.
4)  Enable before chksrvd starts its back up, run the following command

/usr/local/cpanel/etc/init/startcphulkd

cPHulk Brute Force Protection – cPHulk

Brute force is an attack (hacking) method that involves using an automated system to guess the password to your web server or services. cPHulk provides protection against brute force attacks.

cPHulk will protect POP3 and IMAP against brute force attacks if you use the Dovecot mailserver. Also, cPHulk will protect other services on any mailserver that you use against brute-force attacks.

Important: cPHulk will not protect POP3 or IMAP against IP-based brute force attacks if you use the Courier mailserver. Courier does not log the IP addresses of failed POP3 and IMAP logins.

How to Enable cPHulk Brute Force Protection?

 

 

1) Log into WHM as the root user.

2)  Type in cphulk in the Find box at the top-left, then click on cPHulk Brute Force Protection.

3) If you’d like to use the default settings, simply click on Enable at the top.

4) You can modify the options in the Configuration Settings tab to adjust how cPHulk will handle blocking IPs.


cPHulk Brute Force Protection in cPanel, Hostripples Web Hosting
Vishwajit Kale
Vishwajit Kale blazed onto the digital marketing scene back in 2015 and is the digital marketing strategist of Hostripples, a company that aims to provide affordable web hosting solutions. Vishwajit is experienced in digital and content marketing along with SEO. He's fond of writing technology blogs, traveling and reading.
Subscribe Now to stay updated.

Please fill in your email address to get most latest updates.