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Just released, pricing announced: Imunify360 security for Linux VPS, dedicated, and shared servers

Just released, pricing announced: Imunify360 security for Linux VPS, dedicated, and shared servers

Imunify360 is now out of beta and you can try the production version for free! Imunify360 starts at $5 per server/mo, and you also get the 20% off discount locked in on your account if you purchase 5 or more licenses by April 30th.

We are excited to announce the release of Imunify360, the all-in-one, automated security product that protects Linux web servers from digital attacks. It works on CentOS, Red Hat, and CloudLinux OS 6 and 7, with cPanel (but the support for other control panels is coming very soon).

The types of attacks that target web hosting servers greatly differ from those targeting the enterprises, but the majority of security solutions available were developed for the enterprise. Hosting providers are an easy mark for hackers as they want to make a quick buck, so, let’s stop them from profiting off your servers! That’s why Imunify360 was developed - to address the web hosting market security concerns specifically. It protects against malicious attacks, various infections and specific threats for hosting, including brute forcing techniques that are frequently used by botnets, and is the most common attack within the hosting industry.

Imunify360’s six-layer approach includes sophisticated self-learning firewall, malware scanning, reputation management, and other advanced features to provide total protection against threats.

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Imunify360 combines a signature-based approach with a powerful new machine learning technology to process all insights collected from servers all over the world. It constantly analyzes results to maximize effectiveness. I’ll talk more about the artificial intelligence that powers Imunify360 in one of the upcoming blog posts.

You can find more information and try for free for 30 days at www.imunify360.com.

 

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