Database Backups

Protecting your WHMCS database is an important role of the WHMCS Firewall module. The WHMCS Firewall module helps to protect your WHMCS database by allowing manual or scheduled secure offsite database backups. The two secure offsite backup locations are Amazon S3 and Dropox. *We do not recommend using the default “Backup to Email” or “Backup […]

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Maintenance

If you need to put your WHMCS website into maintenance mode you can use the advanced version included in WHMCS Firewall. WHMCS also has its own generic maintenance mode built in. Whats the difference? The WHMCS Firewall maintenance mode feature gives you more options for configuring the style of your maintenance mode message, images, page […]

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Licensing

Moving WHMCS Firewall When you move your WHMCS Firewall module, if the domain, IP or directory you use it in is changing then you will need to have your license updated. How this is done depends upon the license you have. There are 2 different scenarios as below. 1. You purchased your license directly from […]

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Release Notes

Version number tracking of what features, changes, bug fixes, etc. are in new versions of WHMCS Firewall.

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Upgrading

Upgrading our WHMCS Firewall module is a simple process. First and most important, complete a backup of your entire WHMCS website and database. Second, put your WHMCS Firewall in maintenance mode by following the steps below. Third, Deactivate the WHMCS Firewall module in WHMCS ***IMPORTANT*** Before you deactivate the module, verify your settings to make […]

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