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.
Configuring Brute Force Protection in Imunify360Brute-force attacks are the most popular attacks nowadays and staying fully protected remains crucial for your web-server stability and business continuity. Imunify360 has a set of components that work together to have your back. Imunify360 security team prepared an article covering the most common brute force attacks types and best practices of using Imunify360 to stay fully covered from these vulnerabilities.
Preventing Brute Force Mail Attacks with PAM Module ExtensionContinuing the topic of brute force attacks, Imunify360 has another article covering how to protect against brute force mail attacks with the Imunify360 PAM module extension. Keep on reading to learn more about enabling it in Imunify360.
Blocking Brute Force on Wordpress
Wide-scale brute force attacks take place rather often, and hackers mostly gain entries via CMS systems like Joomla, Drupal and WordPress. With every other site built on Wordpress, keeping your system secure is crucial for your business. Imunify360 team prepared a short overview of how to do it right with our security suite.
Imunify Security March, 2021 Updates
Here is the list of all updates that took place in March, 2021: