Cloudflare has decided to discontinue the integration with cPanel which has made it easier for our customers to activate domains via Cloudflare. They shut down the programs due to cost of maintaining and supporting the older host programs.
What does this mean for you as a customer?
If you have set up a domain via Cloudflare’s icon inside the cPanel (control panel), this will disappear on 15 August. To gain access to Cloudflare, you must log in directly to Cloudflare’s website.
There will be no downtime and the DNS entries with us will continue as before.
How do I access Cloudflare?
The e-mail address contained in cPanel’s contact information is the one to be used as login. Passwords must be reset by using the “forgotten password” function on Cloudflare’s website.
If you do not have access to the e-mail address, you can contact Cloudflare’s support team to go through an account verification procedure.
I don’t want to use Cloudflare anymore, what should I do?
You can then change DNS or name servers on our customer pages depending on how the domain is set up against Cloudflare.
If you are unsure about DNS/NS, you can contact our support and we can help you further.