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What are Auto-responders and how to set up one on your cPanel
Auto-responders
Autoresponders are e-mail messages that are sent automatically when an e-mail arrives for a specific e-mail account. Autoresponders are most commonly used for an "Out of Office" style message to inform your correspondents that you are not available, without you having to reply manually. You can have more than one autoresponder on one account. You can use plain text or include HTML code in the autoresponder, and choose from a wide variety of character sets.

To add an autorespo
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Setup/Create your own/private nameservers in cPanel
This guide will show you the ropes in how to setup cpanel nameservers and configure them properly so you can run ns1 and ns2.yoursite.com. Once your nameservers are setup clients can then use your own private nameservers for their domains.

1. Regiser your domain

Register the domain name you would like to use, you can register a domain here if you need one.This domain will be used as your nameservers - eg ns1.yourdomain.com and ns2.yourdomain.com

2. A
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Securing Your /tmp Partition with Cpanel/WHM
If you are renting a server then chances are you only have one big partition. Learn how to create a secure /tmp partition even while your server is already up and running on Cpanel/WHM.

Securing Your /tmp Partition with Cpanel/WHM

If you are renting a server then chances are everything is lumped in / and a small amount partitioned for /boot and some for swap. With this current setup, you have no room for making more partitions unless you have a second hard-drive. Learn how to create a secu
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Hosting Websites without any control panel on your VPS /DEDI
Managing an Unmanaged V.P.S/ Dedi

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hey guys. in the below tutorial we will be installing all the things which are needed to run a typical website.
we will be using Debian Lenny , as the operating system, and will be installing and configuring the required packages , so that you can host Multiple websites on your Server.

In this guide, I assume that you have basic knowledge on how to login to your VPS/ Dedi as root user . ( if you don
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SSH Tunneling ( Use your vps/dedi as socks5 proxy)
we can use this method to hide your IP address while browsing is public forums for some privacy reasons ..

what is SSH Tunneling ?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunneling_protocol

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Requirements

Putty
A shell account ( not necessarily a root account )
Mozilla Firefox


Procedure

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and type your host name and the ssh port ( by default it will be 22)

and then

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How to secure your server basic idea
Here are some quick tips on how to secure your Linux server. This is only a short list, but, they are must do’s! Some of which are:

1. Change ssh port (use keys if possible as well/allow only specific users)
2. Disable unneeded services
3. Install a good firewall
4. Disable dangerous / unused PHP functions / harden your PHP
5. Install mod_security
6. Virus scan FTP uploads
7. Install root kit detection
8. Set root email to off server email account
9. Make sure your passwords are tough
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Protect Your Bandwidth From Hotlinking Images
If you are hosting your own images, it is important to safeguard your bandwidth by preventing others from hotlinking your images. In this tutorial, we will guide you how to do that by writing certain codes in your .htaccess file.

 
Step 1 – Copy and paste the following code into your .htaccess file and place it in your public_html foler. Replace “mydomain.com” with your own.


[code]RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} !^$
RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} !^http://(www\.)?mydomain.co