The introduction of cPanel in 1996 simplified Linux hosting management, and almost 30 years later it’s still a favorite for website owners and hosters alike. The changes in the Linux operating system, additional distributions, new attack vectors, and discovered vulnerabilities force cPanel developers to release security patches frequently. The cPanel software has gone through several version updates, and each change increases complexity. The added complexity makes it more likely for hackers to find vulnerabilities, but your business can reduce risks by following these best practices to avoid becoming a victim of an exploit. The article goes over tips and tricks on how to keep your cPanel account protected.
We at Imunify Security are excited to announce that the new version of cPanel & WHM, version 88, bundles ImunifyAV as its default antivirus solution.
ImunifyAV is Linux server antivirus provided free of charge. It features a highly efficient malware detection engine that finds most types of malware without stressing your system. With the ImunifyAV+ premium edition of antivirus for linux server, malware is easy to remove with just one click.