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How to change eg domain.com/cpanel to a different url

Discussion in 'Security' started by slideloft, May 8, 2013.

  1. slideloft

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    Hello guys

    I need help in changing the url of cpanel login to a different link or even diasble it to only ports

    a detailed help would be appreiciated
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    One easy way is located here:
    WHM » Server Configuration » Tweak Settings, Redirection tab
     
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    i dont want the link /cpanel to be accessable
     
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    The proxy subdomain option will automatically redirect visitors to the correct port when they access the cpanel/whm/webmail as the subdomain of a domain

    You may disable it via WHM >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings >> Domain.
    You can read more about proxy subdomains in the URL Tweak Settings

    This might help.
     
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    i just want people not to know am using cpanel.
    i would even prefer the /cpanel to load a 404 error page
     
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