Paul Jacobs

Beta: ImunifyAV 4.2.2 updated

We are pleased to announce that the new updated ImunifyAV version 4.2.2 beta is now available.

Fixes[DEF–8687] - imunifyAV is scanning php session files too[DEF–8731] - ImunifyAV service in cPanel service manager should be updated[DEF–8757] - Sentry tags are missingHow to install

To install the new ImunifyAV version 4.2.2, please run the commands:

wget https://repo.imunify360.cloudlinux.com/defence360/imav-deploy.shbash imav-deploy.sh --beta

To upgrade ImunifyAV on CentOS/CloudLinux systems, run the command:

yum update imunify-antivirus --enablerepo=imunify360-testing
Paul Jacobs

Beta: Imunify360 4.2.2 updated

We are pleased to announce that the new updated Imunify360 version 4.2.2 beta is now available.

Fixes[DEF–8687] - Imunify360 is scanning php session files too[DEF–8731] - Imunify360 service in cPanel service manager should be updated[DEF–8757] - Sentry tags are missingHow to install

To install the new Imunify360 version 4.2.2 beta

Please follow the instructions in the documentation.

To upgrade Imunify360 on CentOS/CloudLinux systems

Run the command:

Continue reading
Paul Jacobs

Beta: ImunifyAV 4.2.1 released

We are pleased to announce that a new ImunifyAV Beta version 4.2.1 is now available for download from our updates-testing repository.​

Continue reading
Paul Jacobs

Beta: Imunify360 4.2.1 released

We are pleased to announce that a new Imunify360 Beta version 4.2.1 is now available for download from our updates-testing repository.​

Continue reading
Paul Jacobs

Imunify360 Live Webinar – April 23 – “We Know How You Were Hacked”

Detecting a website infection isn't enough. To stop it happening again, you need to know how it got there.  50 to 70 percent of shared hosting websites have infections. Finding and removing malware and viruses is easy. But they'll come back unless you know how they got there and where they came from. Imunify360 knows, and we're holding a webinar to explain everything. Join  on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at 10 AM (PST) / 1PM (EST). In the webinar, CloudLinux CEO Igor Seletskiy reprises this year's successful CloudFest presentation. Jamie Charleston , Senior Sales Engineer, will follow up with a live demo of Imunify360. A question and answer session will wrap up the webinar.  Regi...
Continue reading
Paul Jacobs

Imunify and Superheroes: At CloudFest 2019

The Imunify Security Products team will be at the CloudFest 2019 conference in Rust, Germany, Tuesday 26th March to Thursday 28th March.

Come to Booth #B04, where there’ll be live demos of the latest version of Imunify360, the all-in-one Linux web server security product.

Almost everyone involved with Imunify Security Products will be there: The C-suite, product management, sales, marketing, and development.

It’s going to be a perfect opportunity to find out about the company, the product, and the future of cybersecurity.

Here’s why.

Continue reading
Paul Jacobs

Drupalgeddon Updates to 2.0 - Shouldn’t you update too?

The latest wave of Drupalgeddon activity highlights the importance of keeping software up to date, especially when it's a popular CMS like Drupal , itself based on the rapidly changing web development programming language PHP and the widely used open source RDBMS MySQL. Our Analyst's Insight into this vulnerability gives more details. Imunify360 defends against this threat by virtue of a sophisticated WAF rule set developed and maintained by our own threat intelligence team. Larger vendors' rulesets are too general and too inflexible to track such dynamic threats. Another component in Imunify360's layered security defenses is called Proactive Defense. It uses comprehensive heuristics to dete...
Continue reading
Paul Jacobs

Why every month should be National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

This month, October 2018, in the US it is the 15th National Cybersecurity Awareness Month . Another month, another 'awareness' . Does this suppose that all the other 11 months we should be less aware? Do hackers make a special effort to be nicer in October? Do they leave love letters on your server instead of malware? Does it help if you live on Tokelau*? No. EVERY month is cybersecurity awareness month, and every week and every day and every second of every day, everywhere. Because cyber attacks are automated. Hackers are using scripts and scalable tools to do the grunt work, the same way you make scripts to automate tedious tasks on your servers. Here's a recipe for success this cybersecur...
Continue reading