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cPanel, LLC created the cPanel web hosting control panel software. It gives a graphical user interface (GUI) and automation capabilities to the website owner or “end user” to make hosting a web site easier. It has a three-tier structure that allows management using a regular web browser. CPanel, which can only manage a single hosting account, cPanel & WHM can manage the entire server.

In addition to the graphical user interface, cPanel offers command line and API access, allowing third-party software providers, web hosting companies, and developers to automate typical system management tasks. cPanel and WHM may be used to run a dedicated server or a virtual private server. The most recent version of cPanel & WHM is compatible with CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), and CloudLinux OS. The last major version of cPanel that supports FreeBSD is 11.30.

cPanel is presently being developed by cPanel, L.L.C., a privately held business based in Houston, Texas. It was created as the control panel for Speed Hosting, a now-defunct web hosting firm, in 1996. John Nick Koston, the creator of cPanel, held a stake in Speed Hosting. After merging with Speed Hosting, Webking immediately adopted cPanel. Virtual Development Inc. (VDI), a now-defunct hosting facility, hosted the new company’s servers. Following a deal between Koston and VDI, cPanel was only available to VDI clients who were hosted there directly. There was minimal competition in the control panel industry at the time, with VDI and Alabanza being the major options.


Due to Koston’s departure for college, he and William Jensen eventually agreed to divide cPanel into a new application named WebPanel, which VDI operated. VDI could not continue working on cPanel without the primary programmer, and finally ceased supporting it entirely. While working at BurstNET, Koston continued to work on cPanel. He eventually quit BurstNET to concentrate only on cPanel.

In 1999, cPanel 3 was launched, with the primary improvements being an automated update and the Web Host Manager (WHM). The UI was further enhanced when WizardsHosting’s Carlos Rego created the cPanel default theme.

cPanel L.L.C. announced on August 20, 2018 that it has reached a deal to be bought by a consortium led by Oakley Capital (who also own Plesk and SolusVM). While Koston sold his cPanel stock, he will remain a shareholder in the corporation that owns cPanel.

PGP keys, crontab jobs, mail and FTP accounts, and mailing lists are just a few of the typical activities that cPanel provides front-ends for. Installatron, Fantastico, Softaculous, and WHMSonic (SHOUTcast/radio Control Panel Add-on) are just a few of the add-ons available, some of which are available for a charge. To be accessible to the cPanel user, the server administrator must allow the add-ons in WHM.

WHM separates some software packages from the base operating system, automatically updating Apache, PHP, MySQL, Exim, FTP, and other associated software programmes. This guarantees that these packages are up to date and compatible with WHM, but it makes installing subsequent versions more difficult. It’s also impossible to ensure that the packages haven’t been changed because the system’s package management verification system isn’t available.

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