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Brute Force error while trying to Login to the cPanel of a domain:
If you are getting Brute Force error while accessing cPanel then you need to remove the IP that you are trying to access cPanel from the Brute Force database. This can be done by following the steps below,
Login to mysql
In the mysql prompt select the database using the following command,
mysql> use cphulkd;
After selecting the database use the commands below to Backup, remove IP from database.
mysql>BACKUP TABLE brutes TO ‘/path/to/backup/directory’;
mysql> SELECT * FROM brutes WHERE `IP`=’xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx’;
mysql> DELETE FROM brutes WHERE `IP`=’xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx’;
Note: Make sure you entered the correct IP address in the above mysql query.
Now try to login to cPanel using correct login credentials.
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