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Hello,

If Imunify scanner does find files that are malicious, would it be an idea to send email to cPanel contact email about these?
Maybee a option for server admins to activate this in WHM?
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  1. 21.12.2017 10:12:19
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Hello Morten,

Sounds like a great idea! We are constantly improving our integration/cooperation with control panel providers. I will take your thoughts into account for future development and will notify when this will be available.

Thanks,
Kirill
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Hi,

Is there any progress?
IMHO, it will be very useful and helpful when you want send any security notifications for clients automatically.

Of course I think that it should be optional (at begin on/off for all accounts is enough for me), because some admins can want to disable any notifications.
  1. 13.02.2018 09:02:11
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Yes, we are working now on a concept for Imunify360 reporting facilities - both UI and email.
  1. 13.02.2018 09:02:14
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@Alexandre do You have any ETA for this?
  1. 13.02.2018 10:02:58
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I believe it will be added during Q2'18
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Thanks a lot.
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