Having a domain means you can share many things with the world. But sometimes you don’t want the world to see everything. Your cpanel provides a tool that can put a username/password lock on any directory in your site’s file structure (which is more or less the structure of your domain). Before adding a password, you more… »
Kits for protecting your domain and keeping them safe.
Whether or not you have concerns about security for content on your domain, there are very good reasons for understanding to make sure your content is served over SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), and how the http:// in front of web site addresses is different from ones that start with https:// (known as URL protocols). Sites with web addresses more… »
Sometimes in your domain building you will end up with a web directory structure that leaves a bunch of files exposed publicly. You may not want that. This happens when you install the Yourls app — for example, visit the demo one at https://jump.extendlabs.ca/ Or when we created a Sandbox for our development work, the more… »