There are many popular names. But I am not sure I can guarantee they are safe. Some of them were reported as hackable or have serious exploits. Then there is CyberPanel, CentOS Web Panel.
I haven't heard anything bad about them. Do you think they are free cPanel alternatives that we can use ?
Webmin and Virtualmin was always there. I first saw them 5 years ago. And still going strong.
There is Ajenti, ISPConfig, VestaCP, something from Softaculous and so on.
admin Webmin and Virtualmin
Looks like they have way too many options.
admin from Softaculous
CyberPanel v2.0.1 is now available. It adds supports to Ubuntu 20.04 and CentOS 8.
What is new ?
Refactored Email Marketing Tool with email validations
Remote Backup with non root users.
MailScanner and MailWatch
Detailed Schedule Backup logs
Custom Path for child domains
Allow child domain to be used as hostname.
Display mail client details
Update web terminal to be more stable using tornado
User add, edit, list, suspend and remove via CLI
Abhi not a patch on plesk. Nice try, but these two are worlds apart with plesk being the clear winner.
phenomlab but these two are worlds apart with plesk being the clear winner.
On which property are you weighing them ? Features ?
All of them
Do you think that CyberPanel is useable ? ie, Whatever drawbacks it has, can we use it safely if we have no choice ?
Does DirectAdmin trial can be counted as free cPanel alternative?
Jason the word "trial" in that sentence would indicate it's not free ?
phenomlab Yes atleast for 60 days it is free right. I think it was free before now they are charging for it.
aaPanel, I have not seen this one before. But their website portrays it as a strong contender for cPanel's crown. A lot of features, ready to install modules and WordPress. Docker, Python, FTP and a security plugin.
I saw about aaPanel. It was told that they are a Chinese panel and aaPanel is the English version. I cannot confirm this new though.
admin yes, I thought the same.