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What are Antivirus False Positives and What to Do About Them?

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False positives from your monitoring applications can cause undue stress and unnecessary overhead for administrators if they do not have the security knowledge to identify them. If monitoring software reports inaccurate information, administrators unfamiliar with cybersecurity could make changes based on the application’s false positives that could harm the security and stability of the environment. 

What are Antivirus False Positives and What to Do About Them?

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False positives from your monitoring applications can cause undue stress and unnecessary overhead for administrators if they do not have the security knowledge to identify them. If monitoring software reports inaccurate information, administrators unfamiliar with cybersecurity could make changes based on the application’s false positives that could harm the security and stability of the environment. 

ModSecurity Rules: How to Guide

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For Linux-based web servers, ModSecurity is an open-source web application firewall (WAF) that protects websites from specific threats. Most threats take advantage of poorly coded web applications either through cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection (SQLi), header exploits, session hijacking, and code injection. Web-based exploits are distinctive from network and protocol layer attacks, so they need different technology -- such as a WAF -- to stop them. Most applications have at least one bug, and it could be just one bug that creates a vulnerability. A WAF will help you stop exploits on these vulnerabilities. This articles provides more information about the following topics:

ModSecurity Rules: How to Guide

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For Linux-based web servers, ModSecurity is an open-source web application firewall (WAF) that protects websites from specific threats. Most threats take advantage of poorly coded web applications either through cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection (SQLi), header exploits, session hijacking, and code injection. Web-based exploits are distinctive from network and protocol layer attacks, so they need different technology -- such as a WAF -- to stop them. Most applications have at least one bug, and it could be just one bug that creates a vulnerability. A WAF will help you stop exploits on these vulnerabilities. This articles provides more information about the following topics:

Shared Hosting Security Guide for 2021

shared-hosting-security-guide-for-2021Shared hosting is beneficial for small hobby sites and personal blogs, but businesses might find that shared hosting limits growth. To start out, however, many site owners begin with shared hosting until their business grows and makes enough to justify paying for virtual private servers or dedicated hosting. For web hosting providers, it’s critical that servers run at optimal speeds and don’t harbor any malware. Security can be complex when hundreds of site owners with little knowledge of performance tuning and cybersecurity install applications on the shared server. With the right tools, site owners and administrators can keep their servers running at peak performance and keep them secure from common exploits. Keep on reading to find the answers to the following questions:

Shared Hosting Security Guide for 2021

shared-hosting-security-guide-for-2021Shared hosting is beneficial for small hobby sites and personal blogs, but businesses might find that shared hosting limits growth. To start out, however, many site owners begin with shared hosting until their business grows and makes enough to justify paying for virtual private servers or dedicated hosting. For web hosting providers, it’s critical that servers run at optimal speeds and don’t harbor any malware. Security can be complex when hundreds of site owners with little knowledge of performance tuning and cybersecurity install applications on the shared server. With the right tools, site owners and administrators can keep their servers running at peak performance and keep them secure from common exploits. Keep on reading to find the answers to the following questions:

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest August 2021

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In August, 2021, Imunify360 introduced a new version, v.5.9. and 5.10. Read the posts below to stay tuned with the latest updates and security trends.

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest August 2021

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In August, 2021, Imunify360 introduced a new version, v.5.9. and 5.10. Read the posts below to stay tuned with the latest updates and security trends.

WP Optimization Suite to Take Your Website Performance to a New Level

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Security is critical to your business success, but performance is also important. Both security and performance are difficult to assess and build solutions for optimal results, so we developed the WP Optimization Suite to help ease the stress of speed configurations using caching and other system performance tools included with the CloudLinux OS Solo operating system. WP Optimization Suite is still in beta, but we’re releasing the beta to allow our users to experience the speed benefits before it’s released in a final version.

WP Optimization Suite to Take Your Website Performance to a New Level

wp optimization suite

Security is critical to your business success, but performance is also important. Both security and performance are difficult to assess and build solutions for optimal results, so we developed the WP Optimization Suite to help ease the stress of speed configurations using caching and other system performance tools included with the CloudLinux OS Solo operating system. WP Optimization Suite is still in beta, but we’re releasing the beta to allow our users to experience the speed benefits before it’s released in a final version.

Proactive vs. Reactive Security: 5 Tips for Proactive Cyber Security

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For years, cybersecurity has been reactive - incidents were identified and remediated after discovery. But having a reactive strategy means that you often clean up after the damage has already been done. It only takes a few minutes for attackers to exfiltrate data, so a reactive strategy is no longer best practice due to the massive revenue loss after a breach. Instead, organizations should push towards a proactive approach to stop attackers before they can do any damage and steal data. The article covers the following topics:

Proactive vs. Reactive Security: 5 Tips for Proactive Cyber Security

Proactive vs. Reactive Security: 5 Best Practices to Proactive Cyber Security

For years, cybersecurity has been reactive - incidents were identified and remediated after discovery. But having a reactive strategy means that you often clean up after the damage has already been done. It only takes a few minutes for attackers to exfiltrate data, so a reactive strategy is no longer best practice due to the massive revenue loss after a breach. Instead, organizations should push towards a proactive approach to stop attackers before they can do any damage and steal data. The article covers the following topics:

Security Made Easy with Imunify360: How to Use Imunify360 to Make Your Admin’s Life Better

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Securing a server requires the right configurations, but securing a server that protects your data and all other customers hosted on the server is much more complex. Without the right tools, a hosting provider would need several technicians to handle customer tickets, analyze the problem, and remediate cybersecurity issues. Imunify360 monitors, stops, and remediates many common exploits, saving server administrators time and owners' money. In this article you will discover the following:

Security Made Easy with Imunify360: How to Use Imunify360 to Make Your Admin’s Life Better

is cyber security hard - make it easy with imunify360

Securing a server requires the right configurations, but securing a server that protects your data and all other customers hosted on the server is much more complex. Without the right tools, a hosting provider would need several technicians to handle customer tickets, analyze the problem, and remediate cybersecurity issues. Imunify360 monitors, stops, and remediates many common exploits, saving server administrators time and owners' money. In this article you will discover the following:

Manual malware cleanup

Manual-malware-cleanupHow to clean a website? How to remove malware? In case ImunifyAV, Linux server antivirus, signals about malware that have been found, please find the guidelines for the malware infection cleanup which can be done manually below:

Manual malware cleanup

Manual-malware-cleanupHow to clean a website? How to remove malware? In case ImunifyAV, Linux server antivirus, signals about malware that have been found, please find the guidelines for the malware infection cleanup which can be done manually below:

15 Security Tips for Linux VPS Hosting

15-Security-Tips-for-Linux-VPS-HostingVirtual Private Servers (VPS) give website owners more control of their site’s configurations and experience, so it’s no surprise that most website owners prefer it over standard shared hosting. Since customers have more control over server settings, VPS service is more challenging to secure. It’s still a virtual server connected to the network, so security for host administrators and customers should be a priority to protect data on the VPS instance and the host network. The articles covers the following topics related to Linux VPS security:

15 Security Tips for Linux VPS Hosting

15-Security-Tips-for-Linux-VPS-HostingVirtual Private Servers (VPS) give website owners more control of their site’s configurations and experience, so it’s no surprise that most website owners prefer it over standard shared hosting. Since customers have more control over server settings, VPS service is more challenging to secure. It’s still a virtual server connected to the network, so security for host administrators and customers should be a priority to protect data on the VPS instance and the host network. The articles covers the following topics related to Linux VPS security:

How Create.com Leveraged Imunify360 to Preserve Customer Website Ranking

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Ranking in search engine results is a valuable marketing tool for organizations, and losing this ranking can directly affect revenue. Search engines do what is best for their users, and one of those strategies is to remove hacked sites and those hosting malware. Google has its own scanner that detects hacked sites, but many site owners are unaware they’ve been hacked until they realize that they no longer receive search engine traffic to their sites. To help site owners fight threat actors and protect sites, shared hoster Create.com uses Imunify360 to detect, stop, and clean malicious content.

How Create.com Leveraged Imunify360 to Preserve Customer Website Ranking

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Ranking in search engine results is a valuable marketing tool for organizations, and losing this ranking can directly affect revenue. Search engines do what is best for their users, and one of those strategies is to remove hacked sites and those hosting malware. Google has its own scanner that detects hacked sites, but many site owners are unaware they’ve been hacked until they realize that they no longer receive search engine traffic to their sites. To help site owners fight threat actors and protect sites, shared hoster Create.com uses Imunify360 to detect, stop, and clean malicious content.

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