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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by potby View Post
    Hello,

    How do you stop people abusing hosting services?
    I mean there are number of people who just creates hosting account for abusing purpose like mail spamming and other stuff.
    So, What should one do to stop such kind of abusing?
    Unfortunately there is no definitive way to stop abuser you have to watch out and learn to understand the difference between a legitimate customers and an abuser

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  3. #42
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    The best you can do is monitor them regularly

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    Limiting the email sending per hr to very low numbers will put off spammer users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoiseW View Post
    Limiting the email sending per hr to very low numbers will put off spammer users.
    Also in WHM, checking the Daily Process Log, to see if there are users overloading the CPU

  7. #45
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    I'm sure, this is one of the concerns that most hosting providers face day-in-day out. This is usually the case with customers opting for shared services. You cannot rule them out completely but you can surely reduce the abuse to a great deal by setting up an effective fraud detection alarm in your billing system. I'm not too sure about other systems, but WHM does have such a provision, you probably want to check on with it.

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