2cPanel SiteLock Protects Your Website From Cyberattacks

An average website is attacked 50 times per day.

That’s just over 18,000 attacks per year!

Is your blog or website website protected against cyberattacks?

Why are these cyberattacks so prevalent and who is responsible for these?

Time and experience has shown that this is often the work of cyber-villains who build bots to search the internet for websites with vulnerabilities.

Once a reconnaissance bot finds a target, it sends a beacon to the bot master who will now attempt to gain access to the website so he or she can exploit it.

The exploitation of this website might be to infect with malware or steal resources like bandwidth, website traffic, and customer data including email addresses.

The thing is that no website is too small to be attacked.

We have consistently seen that the most common targets are blogs, small businesses, and non-profit sites.

Data has shown year in and year out that as many as 18.5 million websites are infected with malicious content at any given moment!

So, do you consider your website something very important to your overall business success and vision?

Can you afford to be one of these statistics?

While we do provide various tools and techniques to ensure that the website you host with us is as secure as it could possibly be, we know that security is a constant battle with criminals.

So, any defensive weapon that we or our customers who trust us with their data can deploy to ward off these cyber attacks, is something we always welcome.

2cPanel has signed a partnership agreement with SiteLock.

We call this product 2cPanel SiteLock.

SiteLock website security products provides comprehensive, cloud-based website security solutions for businesses of all sizes.

Be the hero your website needs today.

Protect your site from cybercriminals, malware, defacement, data theft, blacklisting, and site suspension with a website security solution.

Visit https://dashboard.cpanelcontrolpanel.com/store/sitelock to learn more or start.

You can also call us today at ‭+1 (253) 300-3006‬ to discuss safeguarding your site with SiteLock.

2cPanel is a Cloudflare Certified Optimized Partner

We just wanted to let you know that 2cPanel is a Cloudflare Certified Optimized Partner and that we do provide to all of our valued customers the ability to enable Cloudflare’s free plan across their websites.

Cloudflare is a performance and security solution that protects and accelerates over 12,000,000 websites around the world.

It means that now that your 2cPanel account is active, you can get all the benefits the service provides including Railgun.

Railgun ensures that the connection between your cPanel server and the Cloudflare network is as fast as possible that it makes a website appear to be hosted close to web surfers is key in accelerating web surfing. It compresses previously uncacheable web objects up to 99.6% by leveraging techniques similar to those used in the compression of high-quality video.

This results in an average 200% additional performance increase.

Normally, this is only available to Cloudflare Business and Enterprise customers or to other Cloudflare customers at $200 per month, 2cPanel as a Cloudflare partner offers Railgun to all of our Cloudflare-enabled customers free of charge.

Once your website joins the Cloudflare network, you’ll also notice considerable performance gains and protection against a range of online threats.

To start using Cloudflare, you’ll need to log into your control panel and find the Cloudflare icon.

After clicking this icon, follow the provided steps to activate Cloudflare.

Before integrating your domain or website with Cloudflare global network, please do ensure that the domain you are trying to add is not already tied to another Cloudflare account.

This generally happens to users that signed up to Cloudflare through a different hosting provider, then try to sign up through Hostragon with a different account.

You must remove the domain from the old account before adding it with these steps below.

To remove the domain from the old account:

1. Login to the Cloudflare account that the domain was originally added to.

2. Go to Settings for the domain.

3. Go to DNS settings.

4. Remove the connection to the hosting provider using the red button.

If you unable to do that, please contact the Cloudflare support team at https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/requests/new.

And as mentioned above, we’re pleased to provide Cloudflare’s service to you for free.

You will see a lot of resources to use at this URL: https://dashboard.cpanelcontrolpanel.com/knowledgebase/40/Cloudflare-Hosting-FAQs

We’re delighted to offer this great service which helps keep both our servers and your website faster, safer, and more reliable.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out directly.

Regards,

The 2cPanel Team