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    cPanel - Logs


    Hello,

    Am currently using cPanel for my host, is there any way to check the logs, like which files were
    uploaded, which files were removed etc
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    It's very unlikely. But look around, just in case there's something (else) useful.
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    Alright, so there is no tool like this?
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    Not really? Because there's too many ways for a file to end up on a server: FTP, shell, executing programs... And because that kind of thing typically doesn't get recorded by the software that creates the files in some kind of universally-accepted location that other software like CPanel could pick up.

    Yeah, there's no magic place you can go to get answers. You have to roll up your sleeves and dig in.

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