Do you offer SSH Access?

All cPanel accounts have "Jailed SSH" by default.

"Jailed SSH" is a security feature that allows you to access your hosting account's server through SSH (Secure Shell) while being confined to a restricted environment. This restricted environment is often referred to as a "chroot jail." It limits your access to only certain directories and files and prevents you from accessing sensitive system files or making changes outside of your designated directory.

If you want to know more, or have any issues, open a new Support Ticket and we can help.

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