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Meet the Imunify Security Team at CloudFest USA 2023!



We are thrilled to announce that the Imunify Security team from CloudLinux will be attending CloudFest USA 2023 from May 31st to June 3rd in Austin, TX, USA. As the proud Gold Sponsor of this event, we're gearing up to connect with you and showcase our innovative solutions that keep the cloud safe and secure.

Important Vulnerability on Advanced Custom Fields Plugin for WordPress


The recent cyber attack found by Patchstack researcher Rafie Muhammad on the "Advanced Custom Fields" plugin for WordPress is a stark reminder of how vulnerable websites can be to hackers. In this case, over two million users were at risk of cyberattacks due to a vulnerability (a flaw, tracked as CVE-2023-30777) that allowed miscreants to inject malicious code into webpages and potentially hijack administrative accounts.

Fortifying Server Security: Unveiling the Significance of Apple's Recent Security Update

Fortifying Server Security

With Apple’s recent release of a security update for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, it brings attention to the critical importance of regular software updates. We’re going to explore the significance of staying up-to-date with the latest security patches and highlight the efforts of Imunify360 in enhancing their update process to deliver faster and safer protection for servers.

Say Goodbye to Crontab Malware with Imunify360


Cronjob is a time-based job scheduler in Unix-like operating systems, including Linux, that allows users to schedule and automate repetitive tasks. The name "cron" comes from the Greek word "chronos," which means time.

Infection of cron files is a serious threat to any Linux system that uses task automation. Hackers can use these files to regularly launch malicious programs and scripts.

Information about a recent security incident

recent security incidentDear Imunify customers,
We would like to inform you about a recent security incident that may have affected the analytical data collected from your servers by the Imunify product (e.g., attacker IP addresses, captcha events, etc.). Your privacy and information security are our top priorities, and we deeply regret any inconvenience this may cause.

[New Video Content] “The Future of Cybersecurity: A Survival Guide”


Welcome to the video recording of our interactive webinar on server security. CloudLinux Technical Account Manager Eric Ellis and Hivelocity Sr System Admin Eric Lewellen provide an overview of common server security ideas and engage in a lively debate about which ones matter and which ones don't.

Imunify supports Virtuozzo

Imunify supports Virtuozzo

We are happy to announce that Imunify adds Virtuozzo environment support and can run flawlessly with AlmaLinux and CloudLinux OS. This is excellent news for web hosting providers using these popular operating systems and virtualization platforms. Imunify360 has been thoroughly tested and is - officially supported, ensuring users can take advantage of its full range of features without any issues.

[New Webinar] "The Future of Cybersecurity: A Survival Guide"


Companies are increasingly at risk for security breaches in 2023. We’ve seen hacks at some of the biggest companies recently – LastPast, and GoDaddy (to name a few). Join CloudLinux Technical Account Manager Eric Ellis and Hivelocity System Admin Eric Lewellen for an overview and some lively debate about some of the most common server security ideas – which ones matter and which ones don’t.

Why WordPress Security Plugin is not Enough


As a website owner, you understand the importance of keeping your site secure from the constantly growing cyber threats that lurk in the digital realm. While WordPress security plugins can offer some protection, they often fall short when compared to full-system security software. In this blog post, we'll delve into the limitations of WordPress security plugins and explain what you should look for in a security solution. 

Starting Over After the Recent LastPass Breach

Starting Over After the Recent LastPass Breach

By now you’ve probably heard about the latest breach at LastPass. (Yes, I said “latest” – as in “not the first.”)

Here’s a quick recap of the latest incident:

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