Adding Custom PHP Module in Plesk

In Plesk 12.5, we have delivered a number of long-requested features and improvements in regard to PHP management. Multiple PHP versions out of the box? Check. PHP-FPM support? Yup. Support for [...]


Using the Plesk Repair Tool in Plesk 12.1

In the Plesk 12.1 preview, the Plesk team delivered a number of groundbreaking new features and improvements: multiple PHP versions, improved site preview, incremental backups – you name [...]


How to Write Your Own Utilities Using Plesk CLI and API-RPC

Every now and then the Plesk development team gets requests to expand the functionality of existing command line utilities or to add new ones. We try to take such requests into account, but, [...]

Protecting Your WordPress Installations With Fail2ban

There is no two ways about it: having your server compromised sucks. Seeing your website defaced or infected with malicious scripts feels like a punch in the gut. Did you know that modern brute [...]


Statistics in Plesk

As they say, there are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics. We need not concern ourselves with the former, but the latter might be of interest; specifically, statistics in [...]