Mắt Bão is a leading Vietnamese IT services and hosting provider, and, we’re proud to say, a new Imunify360 customer.
The company name means ‘eye of the storm’. Founder and chairman of the board Le Hai Binh chose the name, inspired by a Vanessa-Mae concert.
Since 2003, Mắt Bão has been providing hosting and technical services to hundreds of thousands of customers, with services covering rack and cloud hosting, local and international domain name registration, email services, website design, everything a digital venture needs to make a mark in a competitive online world.
Now, with over 300 employees, Mắt Bão wants to do more for businesses. They want to help start-ups and incubator companies get off the ground, to mature and prosper; they want to help established enterprises improve their digital performance and ROI. To do this, Mắt Bão offers many free resources to the community, such as ebooks and workshops on how to be successful in online environments. Places for their monthly workshops are limited and quickly filled, due, in part, to being hosted by popular and well-known industry speakers.
Although CloudLinux and Mắt Bão have different languages and different cultures, we still have a lot in common. Like us, Mắt Bão rises above their competitors with a focus on excellent customer care, 24x7x365 world-class support, and water-tight SLAs.
The good news just keeps coming: cPanel & WHM integrates ImunifyAV into its hosting automation platform.
cPanel is integrating ImunifyAV, our advanced antivirus and anti-malware scanner, into its famous web hosting control panel.
ImunifyAV automatically scans your web site for malicious files and it does it for free. It can detect all kinds of malicious files, such as backdoors, web-shells, viruses, hacker’s tools, black hat SEO scripts, phishing pages, and others. If any are found, ImunifyAV will report back telling you how to remove them manually.
I appreciate that not everyone has the time or knowledge to do this, so there’s a built-in upgrade option to ImunifyAV+ which lets you perform an automated one-click clean up. It’s quick, it’s thorough, and it removes the stress and worry usually associated with managing your cybersecurity defenses.
For those web hosters that need a comprehensive, all-in-one security solution, there’s a further upgrade option available in the form of Imunify360. More and more web hosters and Linux server managers around the globe are choosing Imunify360 for its ability to protect web servers and websites effectively and simply. Its multi-layered security architecture incorporates a firewall, WAF, IDS and IPS, and advanced machine learning for dynamic rule and signature creation. There’s also our unique herd immunity, the name we give to how Imunify360 instances share threat intelligence information among one another, forming a web of cyber threat knowledge greater than the sum of its parts. All in all, it makes Imunify360 the complete, perfectly integrated web security package.
A month in development passes so quickly.
We announced in February that we have a new version of Imunify360 coming with some great new features. It’s ready, it’s out of beta and into general availability. Here’s a quick reminder of the new stuff. More details are in the Imunify360 4.0 preview post.
Feature Management (cPanel only for now)—Our cPanel users will see a new and better way to manage the features they offer their users. Feature Management is the new way to manage features, fully integrated into cPanel. It’ll give a lot of flexibility in adjusting the features available on hosting service plans and packages.
Dashboard/Charts—Now you’ll be able to see how well Imunify360 has been defending your systems, where attacks are coming from and how many. There are these new alerts, with more coming soon: total number of alerts, number of CAPTCHA events, number of WAF alerts, number of web-based brute-force attacks, number of OSSEC (network level) attacks, number of denied requests from bad bots.
Proactive Defense extension: The Blamer—The Blamer is a new extension to Proactive Defense. It gathers intelligence on attack profiles and uses this information to prevent future attacks.