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Imunify Security - Monthly Digest April 2021

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Despite the fact that the fact that trees are blooming and everyone is enjoying spring sun, this month was busy for the Imunify Security team. Another version of Imunify360 was released, version 5.6. and Imunify version 5.7 came out in beta. Keep on reading to find out more about the latest package updates and some tips on how to stay secure.

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest April 2021

digest-april-1

Despite the fact that the fact that trees are blooming and everyone is enjoying spring sun, this month was busy for the Imunify Security team. Another version of Imunify360 was released, version 5.6. and Imunify version 5.7 came out in beta. Keep on reading to find out more about the latest package updates and some tips on how to stay secure.

CloudLinux OS and Imunify Security take part in CloudTalk Online 2021

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“CloudTalk Online Matchmaking Summit” – Eurasia’s most comprehensive and widely attended online cloud computing event will bring together household names in the cloud sector across the region for the 2nd consecutive year between 26-27 May 2021.

CloudLinux OS and Imunify Security take part in CloudTalk Online 2021

cloudtalk-announcenent

“CloudTalk Online Matchmaking Summit” – Eurasia’s most comprehensive and widely attended online cloud computing event will bring together household names in the cloud sector across the region for the 2nd consecutive year between 26-27 May 2021.

How to forcibly enable Blamer for all users on the server

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Imunify360 team decided to work on some security shortages and eliminate them. It was a supported practice for web hosting clients, to manage their own security settings such as Proactive Defense.

How to forcibly enable Blamer for all users on the server

ForciblyEnableBlamer

Imunify360 team decided to work on some security shortages and eliminate them. It was a supported practice for web hosting clients, to manage their own security settings such as Proactive Defense.

Fake and malicious Wordpress Plugins

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Today websites are essential for business and operations. To make web design more efficient with added website functionality, web designers use various Plugins. Plugins are the building blocks of a website - they are the little programs that perform a definitive task - based on the needs and personalized requirements of the website owner. It is a lot like providing additional add-ons to the website.


As of writing this article, there are more than 52,000 plugins on the market. There are free to use and commercial plugins available from third-party companies and developers. There are also Nulled Plugins which are pirated copies of legitimate versions of different premium plugins, nulled plugins act as a backdoor for many harmful activities. In this article, Krithika Rajendran, malware analyst at Imunify Security will go over the behavior of wp-sleeps and will tell more how to keep your servers protected.

Fake and malicious Wordpress Plugins

fake and malicious wordpress plugins

Today websites are essential for business and operations. To make web design more efficient with added website functionality, web designers use various Plugins. Plugins are the building blocks of a website - they are the little programs that perform a definitive task - based on the needs and personalized requirements of the website owner. It is a lot like providing additional add-ons to the website.


As of writing this article, there are more than 52,000 plugins on the market. There are free to use and commercial plugins available from third-party companies and developers. There are also Nulled Plugins which are pirated copies of legitimate versions of different premium plugins, nulled plugins act as a backdoor for many harmful activities. In this article, Krithika Rajendran, malware analyst at Imunify Security will go over the behavior of wp-sleeps and will tell more how to keep your servers protected.

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest March 2021

digest-marchMarch monthly digest gives an overview of version and package updates and the latest security vulnerabilities detected by the Imunify Security team. Read the posts below to learn all and beyond brute force attacks and how Imunify360 could mitigate them.

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest March 2021

digest-marchMarch monthly digest gives an overview of version and package updates and the latest security vulnerabilities detected by the Imunify Security team. Read the posts below to learn all and beyond brute force attacks and how Imunify360 could mitigate them.

Configuring brute force protection in Imunify360

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Brute-force attacks are the most widely used cyber-attacks in the cyber-sphere. And dependent on the target, the protection method is unique to the attack. There are two main types of brute-force attacks:

  • Service level brute-force, targeting ssh, ftp, smtp services and others.
  • Web application level brute-force, e.g. attacks against WordPress, Magento, and similar CMSes and web-scripts.

Configuring brute force protection in Imunify360

Configuring-brute-force-protection-in-Imunify360


Brute-force attacks are the most widely used cyber-attacks in the cyber-sphere. And dependent on the target, the protection method is unique to the attack. There are two main types of brute-force attacks:

  • Service level brute-force, targeting ssh, ftp, smtp services and others.
  • Web application level brute-force, e.g. attacks against WordPress, Magento, and similar CMSes and web-scripts.

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest February 2021

monthly digest imageIn February 2021, Imunify introduced a new version of Imunify360, version 5.5. Keep on reading to learn more about new releases and packages updates. Also, we recommend checking our new articles covering website and server security.

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest February 2021

monthly digest imageIn February 2021, Imunify introduced a new version of Imunify360, version 5.5. Keep on reading to learn more about new releases and packages updates. Also, we recommend checking our new articles covering website and server security.

Why Malware on Your Website Should Never Be Ignored

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For website owners unfamiliar with common malware, having malware on your site that doesn’t  cause any obvious issues is seemingly harmless to the site owner. How bad can malware be if it just injects links? If site owners do not understand the repercussions of malware, then they will not take it seriously. It often means that these site owners don’t have the necessary monitoring and malware protection in place to defend sites. For shared hosting providers, this issue can have severe consequences and long-term effects on the server’s reputation and potential profitability.

Why Malware on Your Website Should Never Be Ignored

why-malware-should-never-be-ignored

For website owners unfamiliar with common malware, having malware on your site that doesn’t  cause any obvious issues is seemingly harmless to the site owner. How bad can malware be if it just injects links? If site owners do not understand the repercussions of malware, then they will not take it seriously. It often means that these site owners don’t have the necessary monitoring and malware protection in place to defend sites. For shared hosting providers, this issue can have severe consequences and long-term effects on the server’s reputation and potential profitability.

How to remove malware from a website manually

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The detection rates of anti-malware and antivirus scanners varies considerably. Knowing how to manually scan for and remove malware is an important and useful skill with which to confirm a scanner's effectiveness or compensate for its failings. In this article, Andrey Kucherov, Malware Analyst at Imunify360, describes some essential manual website malware detection and cleanup techniques. 

How to remove malware from a website manually

When-Linux-antivirus-lets-you-down

The detection rates of anti-malware and antivirus scanners varies considerably. Knowing how to manually scan for and remove malware is an important and useful skill with which to confirm a scanner's effectiveness or compensate for its failings. In this article, Andrey Kucherov, Malware Analyst at Imunify360, describes some essential manual website malware detection and cleanup techniques. 

Why Malware on a Server is Always a Bad Thing

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In 2020, approximately one million websites hosted on WordPress were actively targeted by cyber-criminals. Large-scale campaigns are common and your server could easily be compromised without you noticing it. Even when malware is silent and undetectable, it can cause long-term side effects that damage your business reputation, customer retention, revenue, and lead generation from search engines. It’s imperative to business continuity that you detect attacks, mitigate ongoing attacks, and remediate them quickly after they are found.

Why Malware on a Server is Always a Bad Thing

why_malware_on_a_server_is_always_a_bad_thing

In 2020, approximately one million websites hosted on WordPress were actively targeted by cyber-criminals. Large-scale campaigns are common and your server could easily be compromised without you noticing it. Even when malware is silent and undetectable, it can cause long-term side effects that damage your business reputation, customer retention, revenue, and lead generation from search engines. It’s imperative to business continuity that you detect attacks, mitigate ongoing attacks, and remediate them quickly after they are found.
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