Inessa Atmachian

WHMCS plugin version 1.3.5 is here

We are pleased to announce that the new updated WHMCS plugin version 1.3.5 is now available. This latest version embodies further improvements of the product as well as new features. If you encounter any problems with the product or have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact our support team at cloudlinux.zendesk.com: the Imunify360 department . We’d be more than happy to help. Changelog: DEF-8495: added the additional check for models. Hide CloudLinux section in the client area if there are no CloudLinux licenses. To upgrade WHMCS plugin, please do the following: Download CloudLinux Licenses for WHMCS: http://repo.cloudlinux.com/plugins/whmcs-cl-plugin-latest.zip . U...
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Inessa Atmachian

Imunify360 4.1.0-9 released

We are pleased to announce that the new Imunify360 version 4.1.0-9 is now scheduled for gradual roll-out from our production repository and will be available for all customers in about two weeks or less. If you'd like to get updated Imunify360 version 4.1.0-9 now, please send the list of servers IPs to our support team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . That way you'll be added to the list and get those updates instantly. Improvements Automatic Scheduled/Background Malware Scanning Many of our users have been waiting for automatic, scheduled, background scanning of user accounts. It’s now here. You decide the interval, day and time of scanning. We will be adding scan result notifications in l...
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Alex Yevelev

Imunify360 and Mắt Bão: Cybersecurity and the Eye of the Storm

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.

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Greg Zemskov

Web Hosting Made Secure with Plesk and ImunifyAV

Good news is always worth repeating: Plesk integrates ImunifyAV into its famous WebOps hosting control panel. It's not even been a year yet but we're already seeing the benefits of integrating Revisium's advanced antivirus and anti-malware scanner into ImunifyAV . One of these good signs is the decision by Plesk to integrate our free scanner directly into their core product. I know Plesk's customers are going to love how ImunifyAV makes their web sites safer. It's quick, it's easy, and best of all, it's free. Keeping web servers safe shouldn't be a headache or an afterthought. ImunifyAV is the cure for both problems. ImunifyAV automatically scans your websites for malicious files. If it find...
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Oleg Boytsev

New Feature: Imunify360 blocks server ports under attack

We are happy to announce a new feature for Imunify360. Active Response is an OSSEC feature re-engineered by us to block specific server ports under attack. This gives us significantly fewer false positives, and improves the detection and blocking of aggressive brute force requests. It's only available for Imunify360 version 4.0, currently in beta and due for release before the end of March 2019.   To activate Active Response, follow these steps. 1. Edit the configuration file: /etc/sysconfig/imunify360/imunify360.config 2. Add the these lines to it: OSSEC:     active_response: true 3.  Restart the Imunify360 agent: service imunify360 restart That's it. Now,...
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Anna Bofill Bert

Imunify360 reduces hacking attempts by 90%

If you're using a well-known website antivirus and anti-malware solution, you wouldn't expect to be hacked on average 12 or so times per month, would you? Well, yes, you would, but only if that well-known name isn't Imunify360 . This was the case at Yourname.nl , a Dutch hosting provider offering cost-efficient WordPress and Joomla hosting for SMBs and individuals. Their customers' sites were being compromised around 3 times a week, even though they'd tried vanilla ModSecurity and a widely marketed website security solution provider. When they installed Imunify360, their cybersecurity incidences went down by over 90%. While it is easy to calculate the reduction in infiltration attempts, it i...
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