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Centos webpanel should I trust it and move in?
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Centos webpanel should I trust it and move in?

Should I trust centos web panel and move in or wait for some more time ?

Centos webpanel seems to have a lot of potentials and I love it but do not know the coding so

I am an old man please bear with me :)

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  • Better to wait. According to Rack911 it needs to patch security issues.

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  • @niceboy said:
    Better to wait. According to Rack911 it needs to patch security issues.

    Thanks a lot

    I am an old man please bear with me :)

  • No

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  • @niceboy said:
    Better to wait. According to Rack911 it needs to patch security issues.

    Do you have any up-to-date link on that?

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  • nemnem Member, Provider

    @AlwaysSkint said:

    @niceboy said:
    Better to wait. According to Rack911 it needs to patch security issues.

    Do you have any up-to-date link on that?

    Rack911 is posting the results of their first round shortly. Nothing yet, but I assume it'll come through on WHT first then trickle down.

  • lnxlnx Member

    I use it for some personal projects that don't really need outside users logging in. It does have quite a bit of functionality but there are some limits that other panels have better control over.

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  • @lnx said:
    I use it for some personal projects that don't really need outside users logging in. It does have quite a bit of functionality but there are some limits that other panels have better control over.

    As long as it is not used for shared hosting . It is used for personal , Locked well I mean the panel is restricted to ip , ssh port changed , the lock feature in filemanagement is used IS It safe for serious personal use ?

    I am an old man please bear with me :)

  • @Oldmanasking said:

    @lnx said:
    I use it for some personal projects that don't really need outside users logging in. It does have quite a bit of functionality but there are some limits that other panels have better control over.

    As long as it is not used for shared hosting . It is used for personal , Locked well I mean the panel is restricted to ip , ssh port changed , the lock feature in filemanagement is used IS It safe for serious personal use ?

    Yes. It's fine for personal use. But then again, if it's for personal use, I prefer command line

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  • BlaZeBlaZe Member, Provider

    As long as you know what you're doing its fine.

    But if you're still concerned about security then move to a paid panel like DirectAdmin or get a Slice from @Francisco and enjoy free DirectAdmin license.

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  • nem said: Rack911 is posting the results of their first round shortly. Nothing yet, but I assume it'll come through on WHT first then trickle down.

    Rack911 is doing a great job with this free audit. Nice to see software companies patching up their products swiftly. Hope it will be a safer environment for all users and companies after all this process is complete. I was not expecting so many flaws on widely used panels like the first round ones.

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