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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.

 

Imunify360 Version 5.5. Released

the new version of Imunify360 released

The new version of Imunify360 released in February, version 5.5, covers the following features:

  • Debian support
    Imunify360 v.5.5 added full support of Debian 9 and Debian 10 systems. 

  • Python 3.8 support
    Imunify360 upgraded version of Python, and now it is designed to run with Python 3.8.

  • Enhanced UI
    Improvements in the Imunify360 UI keeps your preferred settings stored when the page is opened again.

  • RapidScan workflow fixed
    Changes now allow you to re-scan and find malware in files previously rated as safe.

     This blog post on Imunify360 version 5.5. will give you more information about new features.


    Learn more

    Why Malware on Your Website Should Never Be Ignored

    malware on websiteFor 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? Read our new post to learn more about consequences of malware on the website and why it should never be ignored.
    Learn more

    Why Malware on the Server is Always a Bad Thing

    malware on serverThe Imunify360 team prepared a short overview of many side effects of malware on the server including blacklisting of domain, extensive server load etc. Check this post to find out more about malware on servers and how to mitigate these risks with Imunify360.
    Learn more

    When Linux Anti-Virus Let's You Down: How to Remove Malware from a Website Manually

    removing manuallyThe detection rates of anti-malware and antivirus scanners vary considerably. Knowing how to manually scan for and remove malware from your website. In this article, Andrey Kucherov, Malware Analyst at Imunify360, describes some essential manual website malware detection and cleanup techniques.
    Learn more

    Imunify Security February, 2021 Updates

    Here is the list of all updates that took place in February, 2021:
  • WAF Rules v.3.67 Released

  • WAF Rules v.3.66 Released

  • Release Notes: ImunifyAV(+) v.5.5

  • Release Notes: Imunify360 v.5.5

  • WAF Rules v.3.65 Released

  • WAF Rules v.3.64 Released

  • Beta: ImunifyAV(+) version 5.5.3 updated

  • Beta: Imunify360 version 5.5.3 updated

  • WAF Rules v.3.63 Released

  • WAF Rules v.3.62 Released

  • Beta: Imunify360 version 5.5.2 updated

  • WAF Rules v.3.61 Released

  • WAF Rules v.3.60 Released

  • OSSEC Rules v.3.1.0-88e Released


 

 

 

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.

 

Imunify360 Version 5.5. Released

the new version of Imunify360 released

The new version of Imunify360 released in February, version 5.5, covers the following features:

  • Debian support
    Imunify360 v.5.5 added full support of Debian 9 and Debian 10 systems. 

  • Python 3.8 support
    Imunify360 upgraded version of Python, and now it is designed to run with Python 3.8.

  • Enhanced UI
    Improvements in the Imunify360 UI keeps your preferred settings stored when the page is opened again.

  • RapidScan workflow fixed
    Changes now allow you to re-scan and find malware in files previously rated as safe.

     This blog post on Imunify360 version 5.5. will give you more information about new features.


    Learn more

    Why Malware on Your Website Should Never Be Ignored

    malware on websiteFor 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? Read our new post to learn more about consequences of malware on the website and why it should never be ignored.
    Learn more

    Why Malware on the Server is Always a Bad Thing

    malware on serverThe Imunify360 team prepared a short overview of many side effects of malware on the server including blacklisting of domain, extensive server load etc. Check this post to find out more about malware on servers and how to mitigate these risks with Imunify360.
    Learn more

    When Linux Anti-Virus Let's You Down: How to Remove Malware from a Website Manually

    removing manuallyThe detection rates of anti-malware and antivirus scanners vary considerably. Knowing how to manually scan for and remove malware from your website. In this article, Andrey Kucherov, Malware Analyst at Imunify360, describes some essential manual website malware detection and cleanup techniques.
    Learn more

    Imunify Security February, 2021 Updates

    Here is the list of all updates that took place in February, 2021:
  • WAF Rules v.3.67 Released

  • WAF Rules v.3.66 Released

  • Release Notes: ImunifyAV(+) v.5.5

  • Release Notes: Imunify360 v.5.5

  • WAF Rules v.3.65 Released

  • WAF Rules v.3.64 Released

  • Beta: ImunifyAV(+) version 5.5.3 updated

  • Beta: Imunify360 version 5.5.3 updated

  • WAF Rules v.3.63 Released

  • WAF Rules v.3.62 Released

  • Beta: Imunify360 version 5.5.2 updated

  • WAF Rules v.3.61 Released

  • WAF Rules v.3.60 Released

  • OSSEC Rules v.3.1.0-88e Released