Imunify360’s latest malware scanning engine protects Linux web servers better than ever

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After July's release of Proactive Defense comes this month's big news: the integration of Revisium's powerful malware scanner, strengthening Imunify360's multi-vector threat defenses even more. It automatically finds and fixes viruses, scripts, malware, backdoors, web-shells, hacker tools, blackhat SEO, phishing pages, and more. Today we have released the latest version of Imunify360. You can see the upgrade instructions and release notes here.

Now that Revisium has joined our team we will soon be expanding our product line by offering more security options to service providers, providing our hosting partners with additional resale opportunities.

About a month later, Revisium's automated malware cleanup solution will be part of Imunify360, elevating its protection abilities to the next level. You already know that Proactive Defense technology defends against new malware. The new Revisium-based malware scanning engine finds, then fixes, already infected files. This is where the true power of Revisium's malware cleaning solution comes into play -- you can rid your websites of infection with a single click.

By the end of the year, Revisium's domain reputation checking and blacklist monitoring technology will also be integrated into Imunify360, and will be made available to customers at no extra cost. This technology checks websites against 60 different blacklists, letting website owners know if their sites' reputations are in doubt.

Imunify360 runs on CentOS 6 & 7, and CloudLinux OS 6 & 7. It supports cPanel, Plesk, and DirectAdmin control panels.

How to try, buy, or update:

To learn how to update to the latest version of Imunify360 with the new malware scanning engine, read this blog post.

You can try the latest Imunify360 by signing up for our free 30-day trial here. If you have any sales-related questions, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

If you have any problems, questions, comments or suggestions, you can always contact the CloudLinux support team or email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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