Update your cPanel ASAP

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  1. kinxlord

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    [FONT=lucida grande, tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif]For the ones who is using cPanel, there is a important security bug in cPanel. Please update your cPanel today before your websites get hacked. New version is : 11.34.0.11. You can update your cpanel from "/scripts/upcp" or you can simply update it from your WHM panel " Home > cPanel > Upgrade to Latest Version. "

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    some hackers in europe got into my c.panel several years ago.
     
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    This is one of those times when you appreciate a good hosting company. You login to find out that everything is already up to date. :)
     
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  5. thejake

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    So nice not to need cpanel.
     
  6. The Scarlet Pimp

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    does anyone else have their own file manager?
    (apart from c.panel)

    i have two and i can create, edit, preview changes, chmod, copy, move, zip, unzip, delete, and rename files and folders.
     
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    Of course, standalone file manager is way better. I use filezilla, but I don't save the passwords because of what happened last time.
     
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    One of my hosting has cpanel ver 11.34.0 (build 9), should I worry? I guess yes..
     
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    mine are homemade
     
  10. Easy2webs

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    I am using Hostgator, where can I see my current version? I am guessing a large hosting provider like this does automatic updates?
     
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  12. thetraveller

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    Login to your cpanel and there's lots of info on the left sidebar, there you'll see cpanel version.