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Imunify360 now supports DirectAdmin

Imunify360 now supports DirectAdmin

After much anticipation, and many requests from our customers, we are happy to announce Imunify360’s version 3.1.0 (beta) support for the DirectAdmin Web hosting control panel! If you are using DirectAdmin, you can now secure your websites with Imunify360.

All Imunify360 features -- advanced firewall, malware scanning (antivirus), IDS/IPS protection, reputation management, and much more -- are now fully integrated into DirectAdmin. The Imunify360 dashboard allows you to quickly check on the overall state of your server security.


Once installed, Imunify360 works right out-of-the-box - so servers can be protected right away. For most, the default settings will be sufficient, but you can also configure many features using the dashboard accessible inside your DirectAdmin control panel.

Our newest feature, CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 is also available to DirectAdmin control panel customers. And of course, it offers the 10 GB of free monthly storage as well.

Imunify360 is maturing significantly, as it now blocks 10 times more of malicious IPs compared to the version released a year ago. It now protects almost a million websites. Since it is powered by the Artificial Intelligence technology and uses herd immunity, more sites mean more learnings and this increases overall protection for all our customers and all control panels.

Imunify360 is available for a free 30-day trial, which you can get here, or by logging into CloudLinux Network (CLN) if you already have an account.

More information about this beta release can be found here.


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