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WebHosting-Billing / WebHosting-Billing by CWP
« on: May 08, 2023, 05:36:25 AM »
WebHosting-Billing is a free open-source billing and client management solution for CWP based on BoxBilling.
Please note that this is not a public version, it's only for developers and testing as it has some vulnerabilities.


You can participate and work on the improvements of it.

you will need to contact cwp team to check on your account

Updates / Re: CWP Distros Down
« on: June 18, 2021, 04:40:04 PM »
it shows now, cwp had some repo update so probably that was the reason.

Installation / Re: CentOS Stream Support
« on: December 10, 2020, 03:05:31 PM »
In case of requirement, cwp will also probably bring delayed repository from centos 8 RR which will be used as a stable version and this will be managed from CWP allowing you to switch on CentOS RR or stable/delayed repositories from CWP, so those already on CentOS 8 don't need to get panic :)

Information / Re: Your server is NOT running CWP Secure Kernel !!!
« on: November 04, 2020, 05:16:41 PM »
Any update on this. At least to suppress that specific alert message. We are using KernelCare as support provided installation instructions. We don't need a daily alert regarding CWP Secure Kernel.

KernelCare is for kernel patches only and not security rules, CWP kernel is specific with specific access rules for php, apache, nginx, cron, users and many more....
It works in a simple way that we specify all that is secure for some application to do and all other is denied and that provides the highest security possible.

For example, if someone hacks one of your websites then it can spread malware over other accounts or even start some custom php/cgi scripts to connect to other servers and do ddos attacks or coin mining. With CWP kernel users can't run any custom tool and even can't access any system files regardless of the server file permissions. In the CWP kernel, each file access is defined even for read/write/execute rules which are not related to file specified permissions in the filesystem, and that provides the highest security as users have a limited set of commands they can run and a limited set of files they can access with different access as read/write/execute...and all this defined per application your server is using.

Not these rules have several thousands of lines that were tested over several years so this security can't be compared to any other as this was strictly developed for CWP.

The goal is to have it released for all cwppro users but for now, it's covering only servers with support as there is a very big interest in it and we are very busy with it. Notifications are set to once a month.

Information / Re: CWP Secure CentOS Kernel
« on: October 21, 2020, 02:18:05 PM »
cwp kernel is the best-integrated security option out there, it's similar to some of the options from SELinux/AppArmor/CloudLinux so running a shared hosting with many accounts without it is risking that one hacked account can compromise others.

If you know anything about the security of shared hosting then you wouldn't write this kind of nonsense after reading info about what kind of protection it has. The kernel is well tested on the big servers and running many shared hosting servers some having more than 1000 accounts.

In the instructions, it's visible that it's available only to servers with an active support service.

please use the search option in the forum before posting so others don't need to do a search for you!

all issues have been resolved a very long time.
But what we can say that they were terrible in the communication since the last request was from cwp side and they responded that they don't have time.

Updates / Re: 502 error for websites hosted on CWP.
« on: October 09, 2019, 12:26:08 PM »
please read this info, if you want to use something custom then use custom location which is not in use by cwp.
cwp is not owning /opt, but cwp installation location which has an additional path is used only by cwp and no other software is using it.

Migration from other control panels / Re: Email passwords
« on: August 20, 2019, 11:14:50 AM »
cpanel passwords are restores by cwp migration tool, here are manual instructions for old migrations

copy dns zones file from cpanel to cwp...i think you have it  also in home folder of user as backup and then compare differences

Other / Re: Not login in control panel!
« on: August 12, 2019, 07:46:14 PM »
if this is admin related login and you don't get any error then its probably your disk full

DNS / Re: Slave DNS Manager
« on: July 12, 2019, 06:50:22 PM »
you can point your domain to slave dns and then you can use that or you can use default which is provided by cwp.

DNS / Re: Slave DNS Manager
« on: July 10, 2019, 09:07:21 AM »
you can check on the cwp website slave dns.
CWP will also release soon a version to download for FREE Slave DNS Manager and instructions on how to deploy it and make a cluster of it.

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