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enable modern CAPTCHA for added enduser defense

feanor shared this idea 1 month ago
Open Discussion

As a System Administrator, I would like to be able to provide a modern captcha (or equivalent) hurdle for certain sensitive, enduser features; presumably this would be a handy tool for defense especially on moderate to hyper dense shared webservers

In the event that botnets and to a increasingly lesser degree, humans, are finding new ways to attempt to get a twist on certain sensitive areas, and sometimes successfully, perhaps you can consider adding a CAPTCHA- ideally modern q&a -option to toggle on/off for cPanel endusers.

From within preferences :: security, a user could presumably invoke a CAPTCHA wall to shield the most usually hijacked arenas as a secondary or tertiary layer of protection. It might seem far-fetched, of course, but we've all seen pretty wild things happen, or be attempted, in recent years. Primary options to include for this aspect would be-

FileManager

Password | Security

Email Accounts

Databases (creation & phpmyadmin)

DNS editing

Add-on & Subdomains

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Possibly more. Of course this likely wouldn't be mandated by default though I'd imagine that some power-users, admins, with packed in webservers might love to have this option as an additional hurdle to activate. Ideally you could enable this from WHM and allow the interior hosted accounts to enable protection per feature. Or, you could proactively activate each safeguard, server-wide from WHM for the more heavy-handed approach.

Thanks for your time & consideration.