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Imunify360’s latest malware scanning engine outperforms other technologies

Imunify360’s latest malware scanning engine outperforms other technologies

Yesterday, we released the latest version of Imunify360. In addition to a few important features, such as Plesk support, it now includes new and greatly improved malware scanning engine. Our latest release shows significantly better malware scanning results than most popular free or paid solutions we have seen used in hosting industry. We have tested the Imunify360’s new malware scanning engine against several commercial engines, as well as free engines, such as ClamAV and Maldet, and our scanner detects up to 20% more malware.

In the hosting industry survey we did last year over 68% of hosting providers reported that malware infection is a top concern for their customers’ web servers. We are building Imunify360 to address this major issue by automatically scanning file systems for malware and quarantines infected files, and we have just made a major improvement to our scanning engine!

Imunify360 runs on CentOS 6 & 7, and CloudLinux OS 6 & 7 distributions. It supports cPanel as well as Plesk control panels. To learn more about this release, including additional new and/or improved features, you can read this blog post.

How to try, buy, or update:

You can try the latest Imunify360 by signing up for our free 30-day trial here. To purchase it, visit this page, or log in to your CLN account, if you have one. If you have any sales-related questions, please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Current Imunify360 customers can upgrade their Imunify360 instance to the latest version 2.3-18 now by running the command:

yum clean all
yum update imunify360-firewall


If you encounter any problems or have any questions, comments or suggestions, you can always contact CloudLinux support team at cloudlinux.zendesk.com: Imunify360 department. To read more about all Imunify360 features, visit imunify360.com.

 

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Comments 30

Guest - Christos Panagiotakis on Thursday, 06 July 2017 17:50

We use Atomicorp's clamav signatures. They mostly detect php backdoors and malware. Do we need them with the new version? Does immunify detect the same or better that those signatures?

We use Atomicorp's clamav signatures. They mostly detect php backdoors and malware. Do we need them with the new version? Does immunify detect the same or better that those signatures?
Igor Seletskiy on Thursday, 06 July 2017 17:52

You shouldn't need it any more.

You shouldn't need it any more.
Guest - guest on Friday, 07 July 2017 11:31

When will Directadmin be ready ?

When will Directadmin be ready ?
Igor Seletskiy on Friday, 07 July 2017 13:35

July/August. UI is 99% ready, but the rest of the things need some more work.

July/August. UI is 99% ready, but the rest of the things need some more work.
Guest - Sergey on Monday, 10 July 2017 11:17

Hello Igor
do you have dates to ISPmanager 5?
will it be with UI?

Hello Igor do you have dates to ISPmanager 5? will it be with UI?
Guest - Hamed Hakimy on Thursday, 06 July 2017 18:04

Thank you very much for the great product. It is great one and I have seen much attacks are detected.

Thank you very much for the great product. It is great one and I have seen much attacks are detected.
Igor Seletskiy on Friday, 07 July 2017 13:35

Thank you.

Thank you.
Igor Seletskiy on Monday, 10 July 2017 11:40

Most likely - Q4 2017, and yes, it will have the UI.

Most likely - Q4 2017, and yes, it will have the UI.
Guest - TommyK on Thursday, 06 July 2017 21:41

How about false positives? Are you outperforming the others in regards to that as well?

How about false positives? Are you outperforming the others in regards to that as well?
Igor Seletskiy on Friday, 07 July 2017 13:34

We are seeing a lot of false positives on servers with LFD integration--> you would see them with LFD anyway, but we might amplify them in some cases, broadcasing same IP to other servers. We are working on adding more 'smarts' there.

Also, the last WaF ruleset update had some issues. We are soon to launch framework to prevent such things.

We are seeing a lot of false positives on servers with LFD integration--> you would see them with LFD anyway, but we might amplify them in some cases, broadcasing same IP to other servers. We are working on adding more 'smarts' there. Also, the last WaF ruleset update had some issues. We are soon to launch framework to prevent such things.
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