personally I’m glad it has been shut down. I realise the convenience, etc, etc, but it’s a security flaw, IMHO, when every domain is automatically set up with a backdoor to the files (webFTP) and database (phpMyAdmin) whether the user asks for it or not. phpMyAdmin is worse because it’s not going to use SSL unless your site does. At least webFTP went over DH’s SSL connection. I had support disable access to both of these on all of my sites because they represent just one more thing that can go wrong. I trust DH to take care of server security, but less is more. Let them focus on Apache, PHP, etc. rather than expanding to extra interfaces to our data that are automatically enabled. That’s the part that gets me. If people want to use phpMyAdmin and send their passwords in the clear, which I did until I understood what was really going on, then fine. But let people enable these things individually with a warning.