Imunify360 team decided to work on some security shortages and eliminate them. It was a supported practice for web hosting clients, to manage their own security settings such as Proactive Defense.
Have you ever wondered why malware is so hard to get rid of, and why, no matter how many times you run your malware scanner, infected files keep reappearing, as if by magic?
In this article, I’m going to show the inner workings of such persistent malware, by dissecting and unraveling some malware samples recently discovered by the Imunify360 cybersecurity product.
You’ll see how this particular strain of malware propagates and evades detection, and what you can do to stop it infecting your system.
The new version of Imunify360, version 4.5, is almost here (beta version will be available in December), and it will include default scanning values that should eliminate all risk of malware infection.
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.
Updated: September 12, 2019 11 AM EST.
We fixed a vulnerability in the recent release. We advise you to update to the latest stable version available.
We are pleased to announce that the new Imunify360 version 4.2.9-2 is now scheduled for gradual roll-out from our production repository and will be available for all customers in about two weeks or less.
A month in development passes so quickly.
We announced in February that we have a new version of Imunify360 coming with some great new features. It’s ready, it’s out of beta and into general availability. Here’s a quick reminder of the new stuff.