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SOLVED Does cPHulk whitelisting deny customer access

Discussion in 'Security' started by cowner, Feb 24, 2017.

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    If I enable cPHulk whitelisting and add my own IP's to it, will it deny my customer's access, which do not come from my IP's?

    I have several customers that log on to cPanel independently. So does whitelisting effect to these connections. If not, to what exactly does whitelisting effect?
     
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    ok, so the whitelisting is just for the reason that whitelisted IP's do not get temporarily blacklisted? But it does not block any other IP's from login in as long as people from other IP's login in, does not violate cPHulk settings (for example try to log in with wrong password several times)?
     
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    Ok, thanks! Also, would there be any mechanism to block all foreign IP's? Or other way around, allow only domestic IP's?
     
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    Assuming you've got ConfigServer Firewall installed, yes.
    "Country Code blocking - Allows you to deny or allow access by ISO Country Code"

    Please start new threads with different questions. ;)
     
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    Ok. Thanks!
     
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