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DNS Made Easy plugin for WHM/CPanel to manage your DNS

DNS Made Easy plugin for WHM/CPanel

DNS Made Easy launched WHM/CPanel plugin to administer its DNS services via WHM. This is yet another revolutionary feature offered by DNS Made Easy after its mobile app for iPhone / iPad and Android.

This plugin functions like an app that is installed in CPanel and allows users to benefit from the DNS Made Easy IP Anycast+ network with the simplicity of configuring all of their options within CPanel via DNS Made Easy’s powerful REST API instead of accessing DNS Made Easy’s web control panel.

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Verify Emails Online with free online tool

Email Verification OnlineVerify-email.org offers verification tool for an email to check if the address is properly formatted and really exists.

This tool works as SMTP Server: MX-Records are extracted from a DNS Server. Then the tool connects to SMTP servers and simulates the sending of a message.

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WHM/CPanel stops supporting FreeBSD

WHM/CPanel stops supporting FreeBSDWHM/CPanel stops supporting FreeBSD with its new versions and renewed the list of supporting Operating System.

cPanel End of Life (EOL) date for FreeBSD 8.x is January 31, 2013.

The next ‘milestone’ is awaiting for CentOS 5.x, RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.x, CloudLinux 5.x – August 31, 2017.

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cPanel & WHM new releases 11.30.6 version

cPanel & WHM new releases 11.30.6 versioncPanel & WHM release 11.30.6 improves security and FreeBSD® compatibility.

This update for cPanel & WHM offers as a range of fixes and improvements:

  • security issues with cPanel & WHM
  • security fixes for phpMyAdmin
  • compatibility with 11.32
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Amazon opened AWS Region in Tokyo

About a month ago Amazon launched Tokyo Region with a single Availability Zone (“AZ”).

Now a second Availability Zone (AZ) has been launched in the new AWS Tokyo Region.

It means that developers using Tokyo Region can add fault tolerance. For example, using Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) in Multi-AZ mode, or load balance between web servers running Amazon EC2 in both AZ’s.

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