Microsoft is updating its CPanel extension that protects the CPanel admin interface from malicious Web requests.
The update includes several improvements for users that were using the extension in the past.
Users that are using the Cpanel extension will now see an indicator of the version number of their CPanel application.
This will help users know if their Cpanel application is up to date.
Microsoft has also improved the way the extension works for users of the default CPanel account.
In addition to adding an option to use a different password for each user, the extension also now allows users to set their default password.
This means that a CPanel user will no longer have to choose a password from a list of available ones, rather than having to pick from a single password that they choose.
In addition to this, Microsoft has also added the ability to set the CPA settings of the extension.
This is helpful for users who are unable to change the default password on their CPA account.
Microsoft is also updating the CSA settings of CPanel to allow for the removal of the CMA token that is generated when users connect to the CPTX server.
As part of this update, the CAA is no longer required when connecting to CPTx.
The CAA will now be disabled by default when the CPM can no longer be used.
The new version of Cpanel can be downloaded from Microsoft’s Cpanel Web site or from the CX Web site.