In July 2021, Imunify360 team introduced several guides covering server security best practices and was happy to share positive feedback of our clients - Guzel Hosting & Interserver.net. Check the posts below to learn more about the latest releases, package updates, case studies, guides and new vulnerabilities and issues discovered by the Imunify360 team.
In June, 2021, Imunify360 introduced a new version, v.5.8. In addition to that Imunify360 team devote themselves to creating different security guides and materials that could help both newbies and experienced users to take server security to the top with Imunify360. Read the posts below to stay tuned with the latest updates and security trends.
Overall, the Linux operating system is very secure, but the applications, tools, and configurations administrators install create risks to the environment. Linux powers 75% of the internet, and it’s installed on 6.64 million web servers. Because Linux powers critical systems around the globe, it’s imperative that administrators take the necessary steps to harden the operating system’s security. Although Linux is inherently secure, several configurations and strategies help harden its defenses and reduce the risk of a compromise. This article goes over the following questions:
One of the easiest ways to attack a web site is to gain entry through a content management system, such as WordPress. To do this, hackers try to force a login to a site’s WordPress installation using frequently used passwords. These sorts of attacks are known as brute-force attacks. Additionally, read our website hosting security article and learn how to keep your website secure in 2021.
May 2021 was a busy month for the Imunify Security team. Another version of Imunify360 was released, version 5.7. In addition to that, the Imunify team took part in CloudTalk 2021 and skyrocketed it with Igor Seletskiy’s speech about Imunify360’ proactive approach to security. Keep on reading to learn more about new features, CloudTalk 2021 and cPanel security tips.
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.
March 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.
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.
In 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.
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. Additionally, read our website hosting security article and learn how to keep your website secure in 2021.