With the "eval()" statement, an embedded PHP code can be executed in PHP (nested PHP). Usually this statement is not used, because the PHP code is already executed with normal notation and an additional "eval()" is unnecessary - on the one hand it is more code and on the other hand it slows down the execution of PHP. Various Trojans and worms try to use the eval() statement to execute encoded code with the rights to your domain. If the Eval statement is set to "No", the use of "eval()" is no longer possible. Further information can be found in the PHP manual of www.php.net.
On our home page at www.checkdomain.net/en, click on My Login at the top right and select "Customer Area" to log in.
You will reach the login form by entering your customer number or e-mail address and your customer password and then clicking on the "Login" button.
You are now in your customer area. In the left navigation click on the navigation point "Hosting".
In the lower menu click on the "Settings" button.
Now select the domain name for which you want to edit the settings.
In the following screen you have the possibility to switch the PHP Eval instruction on or off, as well as further setting options such as Safemode or CGI interface.
Enter in the lower area your checkdomain.net/en password, which you also use for your customer login.
Confirm your changes by clicking on the "Save" button.
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