Imunify360 2.5.0 beta is here, includes improved CSF integration, smarter Graylists, and more

We are pleased to announce that the new updated beta Imunify360 version 2.5.0 is now available. This latest version embodies further improvements of the product as well as the new features. The most notable are:

IPv6 can support very large numbers of nodes as compared to IPv4 and is now becoming more and more popular.

Imunify360 can now defend against all the attacks on IPv6 just as it defends for the IPv4 protocol.

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Now administrators can easily navigate to suspicious and quarantined files list right from the on-demand scan results.

You can now submit false positive/negative malware by email.

For submitting false negative you can use:

imunify360-agent malware submit -t fn malicious-file.zip

For submitting false positive you can use:

imunify360-agent malware submit -t fp -r clamav -s “The file doesn't contain the any viruses" non-malicious-file.zip

The similar if you restore the file from quarantine.

Enhancements include the ability to auto-unblock IPs in csf.allow as well as prevent CSF and Imunify360 from updating configs at the same time.

In most cases, the user will not be re-blocked for 24 hours after they pass CAPTCHA.

Imunify360 has also become more reliable and stable due to the bug fixes described below.

Should you encounter any problems with the product or have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact our support team at cloudlinux.zendesk.com: the Imunify360 department. We’d be more than happy to help you.

Improvements

Fixes

To install the new beta Imunify360 version 2.5.0 please follow the instructions inthe documentation.

The upgrading is available since 2.0-19 version.

To upgrade Imunify360 run the command:

yum update imunify360-firewall --enablerepo=imunify360-testing

More information on Imunify360 can be found here.