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Author: Dmitry Tkachuk

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.

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest December 2020

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Despite the fact that the festive season already starts in December, this month was busy for the Imunify Security team. Keep on reading to find out more about the latest package updates and some tips on how to stay secure. Stay safe and hopefully 2021 will bring you a lot of joy and pleasant moments!

Using Cloudflare “Cache Everything” with Imunify360

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Recently, we got a few support requests related to the usage of Imunify360 with Cloudflare. We’d like to explain the root cause and provide you with a workaround.

The issue was looking like an inability to pass the Captcha causing an endless loop. Further investigation revealed an issue caused by custom cache settings in the Cloudflare control panel.

Malware scanner: File Quarantine is No Longer Effective

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This article wants to inform you about the changes in the next Imunify360 and ImunifyAV versions regarding file quarantining in the Malware Scanner. Explore the new features of Linux malware scanner for web servers below.

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