cPHulk Brute Force Protection Whitelist Managament

Valid for versions 82 through the latest version

Version:

82


Overview

1. Whitelist Managament

2. Blacklist Management

3. Countries Management

4. History Reports

 

Whitelist Managament

The Whitelist Management options allow you to manage the IP addresses on your server’s whitelist. The whitelist specifies IP addresses for which cPHulk always allows logins to your server.

Important:
We strongly recommend that you add your own IP address to the whitelist to avoid lockouts of the root account. cPHulk displays a warning if the whitelist does not include your IP address. Click Add to Whitelist in the notification to automatically add your IP address.

New Whitelist Records

To add IP addresses to cPHulk’s whitelist, perform the following steps:

  1. Enter one or more IP addresses, one per line, in the New Whitelist Records text box.

    Note:
    Enter IP addresses individually (IPv4 or IPv6) or in CIDR format.

     

  2. Enter any desired comments in the Comment text box. This comment will display for each of the IP addresses that you entered.

  3. Click Add.

Delete an IP address

To delete a single IP address from the whitelist, click Delete to the right of that IP address.

To delete multiple IP addresses from the whitelist, perform the following steps:

  1. Select the checkboxes to the left of each IP address that you wish to remove, or select the checkbox to the left of the IP Address heading to select them all.

  2. Click the gear icon on the top right of the list and click Delete Selected.

To delete all of the IP addresses from the whitelist, you can also click the gear icon to the top right of the list and click Delete All.

Edit a comment

To modify an IP address’s comment, perform the following steps:

  1. Click Edit to the right of that IP address. A Comment text box will appear to the left of the list.

  2. Enter the new comment in the Comment text box.

  3. Click Update to save your change, or Cancel to reject it.

Last modified: May 13, 2020

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