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server-administration:securing-cpanel [2010-02-12 17:03:00]
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 ======Securing cPanel After Install====== ======Securing cPanel After Install======
  
-This guide is intended to give some basic steps on securing cPanel after the initial installation.+This guide is intended to give some basic steps on securing cPanel after the initial installation. Please see our [[cpanel:​installation-guide#​post-installation-configuration|Initial Setup Guide]] if you have not already completed it.
  
 =====Tweak Settings===== =====Tweak Settings=====
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 =====Final Notes===== =====Final Notes=====
-We also recommend installing a firewall and bruteforce detection mechanism such as the free firewall [[www.configserver.com/​csf/|CSF]]. Other options include [[http://​www.rfxn.com/​projects/​advanced-policy-firewall/​|APF]]+[[http://​www.rfxn.com/​projects/​brute-force-detection/​|BFD]],​ or custom iptables rulesets.+We also recommend installing a firewall and bruteforce detection mechanism such as the free firewall [[http://www.configserver.com/​cp/csf.html|CSF]]. Other options include [[http://​www.rfxn.com/​projects/​advanced-policy-firewall/​|APF]]+[[http://​www.rfxn.com/​projects/​brute-force-detection/​|BFD]],​ or custom iptables rulesets.
  
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