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Added: 04.12.2018 16:23:33 Last updated: 11.05.2019 14:49:23
This guide requires you to first log into cPanel.
By default, the mod_security module of Apache is enabled on all our servers for optimal security. This guide shows how to turn off the mod_security module for a domain name in cPanel.
Below are some examples where you may want to disable mod_sec for a domain name:
- If the developer of the website were having trouble running a special code
- If the website / code provides a 403/406 /50X error message, it may in some cases help turn off mod_security
- Sometimes there are FP (false positive) mod_sec rules that allow normal code to give an error message
When mod_security is disabled in cPanel it can take up to 1 minute before changes take effect on your domain.
Click the "ModSecurity" icon as shown below:
Below you will find information about what the different things mean.
Below, mod_security is disabled on all domain names.
We have now been through how to disable the mod_security module for your domains in cPanel.