Imunify360 v4.3 has a wider choice of default actions for the malware scanner. Here, we explain what they are.
Our 'Blamer' component knows how malware got in. We need testers for it.
The Blamer component in Imunify360 4.3 identifies the source of PHP server infections.
The release of Imunify360 v4.3 brings RapidScan, a feature to improve scanning speeds by as much as 1000%.
We're making anti-malware and antivirus scans faster with RapidScan, a new scanning option for Imunify360.
Hooks are a new addition to our flagship cybersecurity product Imunify360. In my recent post on hooks, I described how they let you capture events from the agent and act on them. For example, you might want to automatically notify a user or suspend a web hosting account if Imunify360 detects malware in the account’s file system.
Choose a couple of the best ways to notify you (admin) on critical issues detected by Imunify360?
As always, CloudLinux is a proud sponsor of the cPanel’s events and this year, at Webpros Summit we will represent Imunify Security Products.
Learn webserver security from those who know it best.
This year, cPanel and Imunify team giving you the opportunity to learn more about Imunify through our Imunify Security Products certification training course right at WebProsSummit 2019.
A new vulnerability has been discovered  in the popular ClamAV antivirus scanning engine.
ClamAV is one of the antivirus scanning engines used in ImunifyAV and Imunify360.
Malware changes daily, sometimes hourly.
To keep servers safe, you must make sure your Imunify360 malware database is always up to date. We're striving to make Imunify360 the easiest way to keep Linux web servers secure. So we're announcing that, as of July 10, 2019, the Imunify360 and ImunifyAV malware and black hash databases get updates every business day.