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This is much improved, and frankly the kind of options that should be included by default on new features that incorporate notifications that...
This is coming up on PCI scans a lot now for SSL certs generated for the free cPanel hostname certificates.
Waiting for a fix to be incorporated by default.
Support Request ID is: 8429159
I'll see if I can find another example for a ticket, as I already set that server to "no thanks".
I just found a server that still prompted the "Spotlight", and "enable" was the preselected default.
Thanks, I see you are correct. The "Spotlight" defaults to "enable" so when clients just click to save it is being enabled when they don't need it...
Really wish this hadn't been auto enabled, as it really only seems to be necessary on a small percentage of servers that run large IMAP inboxes.
Looking forward to this being resolved as it currently causes too many support requests.
It was using SuPHP on EA3.
After switching to SuPHP, it is now working.
Was any solution ever found for this?
Seeing the same issue when trying to use the following in .htaccess files under EasyApache 4:
Glad to hear it.
Until cPanel feels comfortable maintaining a modern version of OpenSSL as part of the web stack, it would be great if we can use...
Comments are closed (again or still).
I'm sorry if it is considered to not be "actionable feedback", but the truth is that the web stack makes up...
Why are you attempting this since you are on CentOS 7 which already supports openssl-1.0.1?
I am using the following which works well:
#build custom /opt/openssl
wget MYCUSTOMURL/openssl-1.0.1t.tar.gz (can't wget from...
Understood, but my point is that it is very disappointing that the valuable improvements coming in EA4 are being denied to those servers running...
Really disappointed to see EA4 will not be available for RHEL/Cent/CloudLinux 5 since those are supported till August 31, 2017 as per:...
I have run across this issue as well where after enabling password protection (via cPanel) on the web root, the site continues to be accessible...
So full of win RyanR!