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    I see.

    Well in order of hackyness, I'd say (and these are in no way confirmed, just personal experience) it would go like this:

    1. Security issues in PHP scripts that run on your site (or others on the server) 98.9%
    2. Brute Force/Dictionary Attack 1%
    3. Password/Login Sniffers < .1%

    So I'd start with the scripts that run on that site, if any. Then with the host. Of course the meanwhile making sure the passwords were good and strong.
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    Okay I have confirmed you should be good to go. you can connect to FTPS and it is already configured for the default port 21 so nothing special is needed to connect and get on with the day.

    You just need an ftp'er that can use FTPs using TLS and there are lots of those out now.
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    PS: Programs I tested for you today that worked well were FileZilla and FireFTP.
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    well, your answers made me wanna sign up... so thanks..
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    Sure, Welcome to GlowHost
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    cPanel will unpack your tar files and other functions.
    Where is it in cPanel where I can unpack tar files?

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    ronhicks-

    All you need to do is click the "file manager" icon in the control panel and then browse until you find your tarball.

    Click on the text that identifies the tarball's name, and options will appear on the top right of your screen. One of them is to unpack (or is it extract? ) and that should do the trick.
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