ImunifySecurity releases its security solution Imunify360 4.9

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ImunifySecurity team declared that the newest version of its highly proficient automated security solution is currently accessible. The latest security solution for Linux servers will be accessible to all clients across the globe in the coming two weeks. The company further declared that the newest version is compatible with the following:

  • CentOS 8 with Direct Admin
  • CentOS 8 with Plesk
  • CentOS 8 as a stand-alone
  • CloudLinux OS 8 with DirectAdmin
  • CloudLinux OS 8 as a stand-alone

Imunify360 currently supports standalone and configurable hosting panel installations. As per the announcement, WebShield offers precise SSL certificates for hosted domains and restricts HTTPS attacks in the latest Imunify360 version 4.9.

File Change API support

Real-time scanning now incorporates File Change API in the newest version of the security solution. It enhances the discovery rate for systems with restricted monitoring capacity. CloudLinux File change API is a part of CloudLinux OS. The API is a kernel-level technology that buffets the list of altered files in the kernel after that the list is delivered to the external application or daemon. Additionally, throughout the real-time scanning process, the embedded caching decreases the consumption of IOPS and CPU.

Modified Google reCAPTCHA

In the prior versions of Imunify360, it was utilizing embedded reCAPTCHA keys to display Google reCAPTCHA challenge for Greylisted IP addresses. But because of the changes made in the policy of Google reCAPTCHA and rate restrictions, the security solution Imunify360 decided to define custom Google reCAPTCHA keys but embedded keys will be open for one more version. By Imunify v4.9, admins will be capable to define reCAPTCHA keys for the server.

Mass operations

In the newest version of solution mass operations with IP management is included along with proactive defense improvement. Through the UI enhancement, you can better manage the bulk processing of IP addresses. Mass operations extremely reduce the time needed to execute mass IP actions, including:

  • Transferring IPs to the Black List/White List
  • Deletion of IPs from the list
  • Transferring IPs to a group

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