Mysql General Security Issues

2.1 Security Guidelines 2.2 Keeping Passwords Secure     [+/-] 2.3 Making MySQL Secure Against Attackers 2.4 Security-Related mysqld Options and Variables 2.5 How to Run MySQL as a Normal User 2.6 Security Issues with LOAD DATA LOCAL 2.7 Client Programming Security Guidelines This section describes general security issues to be aware of and what you can do […]

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Security Widgets

This feature will help our Customers that have requested a WHMCS Firewall widget so they can easily view Security stats on their WHMCS dashboard. Security Alerts are currently available on the WHMCS Firewall dashboard and email alerts are sent when new Security related events occur. The security widget will save you one extra click when […]

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Data Feeds

Data Feeds in WHMCS Firewall will allow you to get information out of WHMCS Firewall such as Attack type, blacklisted IPs, recent configuration changes and more in real-time, onto the static pages of your website. Consider this to be like the “Security Widget” but more flexible and allows third party security to access threats to […]

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Developer Resources

Our end goal is to allow developers to customize, integrate & extend WHMCS Firewall into your own website, modules & applications. As such, we will be developing extensive developer documentation, API features and sample code. We are busy making the product great but will come back and add Developer Resources soon!

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External API

We want to make WHMCS Firewall as flexible as possible so we will be providing a Full Featured API to make integrating its features very easy for our Power Users. WHMCS Firewall completely integrates with WHMCS out of the box so the API will be more related to integrating the WHMCS Firewall module into existing […]

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