New cmc v3.03


  • Ensure UI errors are displayed in browser to avoid blank pages
  • Added workaround for iOS issue with bootstrap modals

ConfigServer Scripts on cPanel v92 and CentOS v8

For those venturing into the new world of cPanel v92 in the EDGE tier on CentOS v8.2, our initial tests show that all of our scripts and products install and work as expected.

We had already done extensive work on CentOS v8 with csf, cxs and MailScanner to ensure they work in this new OS iteration (mostly on DirectAdmin) and the cPanel environment continues to provide for the resources needed to make installation, configuration and functionality straightforward.

Download Product SHA256 Checksums

We have added a single downloadable text file that contains SHA256 checksums for all of our products. The file is linked to from each product download/installation page. The checksum within the file for each product refers to the latest version that can be downloaded from our site.

The latest SHA256 checksums of all our products can be downloaded here: checksums.txt

New cmc v3.02


  • Added routine to select from multiple download servers for script updates

New cmc v3.00


  • Modified and simplified output to use both top-level and LocationMatch wildcard SecRuleRemoveById statements to cover both types of rule. Existing conf files are only updated once they have been changed via the UI
  • Added warning to files that cmc creates to not modify them manually and then use cmc, as they will be overwritten
  • Removed old migration code
  • Updated cPanel Documentation URL in Help to point to EA4 information

New cmc v2.13


  • Configured UI to fully integrate with cPanel templates without using iframes
  • Configured UI to display full cPanel breadcrumbs
  • Configured UI to support cPanel v66 WHM UI changes

New cmc v2.12


  • Modified HTML to cater for major change in cPanel v66

New cmc v2.11


  • Improvements to use of cPanel templates for v64+

New cmc v2.10


  • Modify UI to use cPanel templates for v64+
  • Modified cmc ModSecurity blocks to no longer use <LocationMatch> wrapper so that cmc rules apply through all ModSecurity phases. On existing servers, this modification happens when a file is next updated
  • Modified <IfModule mod_security2.c> wrapper to always appear at the start and then close at the end of the file. On existing servers, this modification happens when a file is next updated
  • Removed link to modsec2.whitelist.conf in modsec2.user.conf on EA4 servers as it is now included via a wildcard entry in httpd.conf

We are taking a short break and will close the store, helpdesk and email from Wednesday, 30 November through Tuesday, 6 December 2022.

If you purchase a license or Service Package before the closing date and require installation, please be sure to leave at least 24 hours before then for the work to be done. Otherwise, any work will be scheduled for after this period. We will reopen on Wednesday, 7 December 2022.