if you are locked out, you can either restart your internet modem in hoping to get new ip address.
But, you can use to execute the following script via WHM
To do so type the following line into your browser’s address bar:
Still if you not able to login to the server. You may use the following way to get the cPHulk database flushed.
cPHulk stores all of its information in a database called cphulkd. There are two tables of interest: logins and brutes
The logins table stores login authentication failures. The brutes table stores other authentication failures indicative of a brute force attack
You can check it as I did, login to the server as root using SSH and got to mysql prompt
root@loudwater [~]# mysql
mysql> connect cphulkd
To get your self unblocked first check the blacklisted IPs
mysql> select IP, LOGINTIME from logins order by LOGINTIME;
mysql> select IP, BRUTETIME from brutes order by BRUTETIME;
mysql> delete from brutes;
mysql> delete from logins;
If you wish to disable cPHulk use following command
To enable cPHulk use