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Imunify360 Introduces Release and Changelog Tracking Tool


Developers at Imunify360 continue to take feedback from users and analyze features to find the best benefits that can help our users. We continue to build software that helps our customers protect their applications from malware and other malicious threats, and our latest patches will address many of the comments from our customers.

To help our customers track changes made to Imunify360, we’ve created a changelog page that will give you an overview of the changes made to the system. Here are the changelog pages for the various Imunify360 products:

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest September 2021

digest-septemberSeptember 2021 was a busy month for the Imunify360 team. Imunify360 v.5.11 was released. In the meantime, the goal of Imunify360 Security Suite is to make sure that its users are on the top of security trends - read new Imunify360 “How to” guides to learn more. 

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest August 2021

monthly-digest-August 2021

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

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.

How Create.com Leveraged Imunify360 to Preserve Customer Website Ranking


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 Imunify360 Improved Server Performance at Stablepoint


Stablepoint supports over 60,000 websites across 38 locations. The web hosting organization prides itself on a 5.0 Trustpilot rating based on customer reviews and satisfaction. Stablepoint optimizes their web servers for speed and reliability, but the company experienced issues with hacked sites on shared hosts. Malware exhausts server resources, so Stablepoint administrators spent enormous amounts of time identifying hacked sites, removing malware, and closing tickets to maintain performance.

Interserver.net Turns to Imunify360 to Stop Malware


Interserver.net is a US-based web hosting company focused on quality service at an affordable price. To ensure customer satisfaction and to continue their gold-star reputation, Interserver.net turned to Imunify360 to detect, block, and clean malware directed at shared hosted websites. After Interserver.net installed Imunify360, the web host saw a considerable decrease in hacked sites and the benefit of reducing technician overhead necessary to clean customer sites. Keep on reading to learn the full story and also discover the post from Interserver.net side here.

Proactive Security and Brute-Force Attacks on Applications


Reactive security is no longer practical to stop attackers and leaves your organization vulnerable to data exfiltration that can persist for months. It only takes a few minutes for an attacker to compromise and exfiltrate data, and afterward, your organization is left to perform clean-up.

If  you don’t proactively catch threat actors, they could go undetected for months on your network, exfiltrating data silently until you finally contain the threat. An advanced persistent threat (APT) could maintain a presence on your network even when you think it’s contained. Any threat that compromises your system causes monetary loss, potential brand damage, and future legal issues. A better way of cleaning up after a compromise is to put up a better defense and implement proactive security that catches, blocks, and contains threats before they damage your systems. Imunify360 team created an article based on Igor Seletskiy's speech, the CEO of CloudLinux Inc., "Proact, not overreact", keep on reading to learn more about proactive cyber security and watch Igor's speech in the end.

Guzel Hosting: Take Control of Your Hosting Servers with Imunify360


Web host administrators are aware that performance is important for customer satisfaction, but what they don’t know is that performance degradation can be directly related to malware and exploited vulnerabilities on the server. Advanced threats can be difficult to detect, but web hosts must rely on website owners with leased space on the server to stop them. Imunify360 has helped numerous web hosters detect, block, and remediate threats across the entire shared server.

Discover Linux server security with Imunify360 at CloudTalk 2021

Cloudtalk 2021 speech

Igor Seletskiy, CEO of CloudLinux Inc., will be giving a speech about multi-layered security protection and the proactive approach of Imunity360 at CloudTalk Online 2021 in May 2021. The speech, scheduled for May 27th at 13:30 - 13:50 (UTC + 03:00), will discuss the many ways hackers exploit vulnerabilities to take over servers and the multi-layered approach administrators can take using Imunify360. 

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