Imunify360 with or without CSF Firewall?
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Is Imunify360 better when running as a standalone firewall or should CSF be used for the best results? :)
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  1. 29.05.2017 08:05:15
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As of now CSF has some features not implemented in Imunify360 (i.e. block by port, process tracking, directory watching and some email-related features). According to this info, you can make the decision whether to use CSF together with Imunify360 on the server. Actually, if you are using CSF only for web traffic, you can safely disable it and run Imunify360 alone.
  1. 09.08.2019 07:08:45
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John Accepted Answer
Hi,

I know this is an old post. Can we use CSF and imunify360 together now? Or is it okay to just use imunify360?
  1. 09.08.2019 08:08:17
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Greg Zemskov Accepted Answer
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Thank you for your answer. CSF and Imunify360 could be used together, there are settings for better integration and performing. Yet, we're developing features that are missing in Imunify360 so it will allow replacing the CSF completely in the nearest future.
  1. 09.08.2019 10:08:02
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John Accepted Answer
thank you.
  1. 12.08.2019 08:08:34
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Sergey Khristich Accepted Answer
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Hello John! Thanks for following up! Please let us know if you have any questions.
Thanks in advance!
Marketing Manager
  1. 12.08.2019 09:08:51
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no. thank you.
  1. 24.05.2020 17:05:56
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whats the situation with this now?

Has immunify got all the features that ConfigServer Security & Firewall has?

can i get rid of ConfigServer Security & Firewall and will immunify be enough

many thanks
Mike
  1. 25.05.2020 09:05:53
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Sergey Khristich Accepted Answer
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Hello Mike,
Thank you for reaching out! Both CSF and Imunify applications have similar DoS protection algorithms, which is why if Imunify360 detects CSF running on the server, we disable our protection. But in case you wish to use our DoS protection, you can disable CSF. Otherwise, the customer can easily use both services since those work fine in the integration mode and may deliver better protection to the server because of more flexible managing. Nevertheless, it depends on the client's preferences and habits to use CSF. You can find more details here: https://docs.imunify360.com/ids_integration/#csf-integration
Please let us know if you have any questions. Thanks in advance!
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