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Imunify360/Imunify Sensor 1.1.3 released

Imunify360/Imunify Sensor 1.1.3 released

We are pleased to announce that the new Imunify360/Imunify Sensor 1.1.3 is now available. The latest Imunify360/Imunify Sensor version is the result of work done by our development team and embodies further improvements to the product, and fixes for bugs recently found.

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

Changelog:

Improvements:

  • DEF-942: created Imunify360 mod_sec vendor;
  • DEF-927: loading white and black IP lists to CSF when switching to CSF coop mode;
  • DEF-913: created modsecurity rule for Wordpress REST API vulnerability;
  • DEF-742: implemented real-time synchronizing black and white lists sync with CSF;
  • DEF-740: added log collector for mod_security audit logs;
  • DEF-894: added cache for whitelist;
  • DEF-839: improved behavior when Wordpress returned 200 on unsuccessful auth rule;
  • WEB-417: user interface of black and white IP lists behavior adapted to current CSF integration mode;
  • WEB-309, WEB-332: fixed attribution page.

Fixes:

  • DEF-976: install OWASP ModSecurity rule vendor only when no other potentially conflicting rule vendors are detected;
  • DEF-996: fixed rpm scriptlet error on reinstall;
  • DEF-993: fixed regression when localhost IPs are not added to the whitelist automatically;
  • DEF-818, DEF-898, DEF-914: misc python exceptions fixes;
  • DEF-1009: fixed bug when Incidents from whitelisted IPs were not filtered if cPHulk or fail2ban is running;
  • DEF-973: fixed bug "Nikto causes modsec_audit_log.ParseError".

To instal new Imunify360/Imunify Sensor version 1.1.3 please follow the instructions in the documentation.

To upgrade Imunify360/Imunify Sensor run the command: 

yum update imunify360-firewall

More information on Imunify360 can be found here.

New CloudLinux 6 kernel 2.6.32-673.26.1.lve1.4.22....
New CloudLinux 7 kernel released
 

Comments 4

Guest - HostingFuze Network on Monday, 27 February 2017 05:29

How do I add a redirect in firewall?
How to limit a port?
It is compatible with iptables firewall or another?

How do I add a redirect in firewall? How to limit a port? It is compatible with iptables firewall or another?
Kateryna Obiidykhata on Monday, 27 February 2017 14:12

Hello,
1) You can use iptables/firewalld for creating a custom redirect. Imunify360 is not a wrapper around low level firewall.
2) If you mean connection limit - you can take a look `Max Connections` http://docs.imunify360.com/settings.htm. If you mean configure max connection for the specific port you can use iptables/firewall directly.
3) Compatible with iptables and firewall.

Hello, 1) You can use iptables/firewalld for creating a custom redirect. Imunify360 is not a wrapper around low level firewall. 2) If you mean connection limit - you can take a look `Max Connections` http://docs.imunify360.com/settings.htm. If you mean configure max connection for the specific port you can use iptables/firewall directly. 3) Compatible with iptables and firewall.
Guest - Ryan on Thursday, 09 March 2017 10:07

> 1) You can use iptables/firewalld for creating a custom redirect. Imunify360 is not a wrapper around low level firewall.

It would be amazing if you could integrate basic port/rule management into Imunify 360, it would then be a 360 degree solution.

> 1) You can use iptables/firewalld for creating a custom redirect. Imunify360 is not a wrapper around low level firewall. It would be amazing if you could integrate basic port/rule management into Imunify 360, it would then be a 360 degree solution.
Kateryna Obiidykhata on Friday, 10 March 2017 14:45

Thanks for your suggestion, Ryan!
FYI - you could vote for new features which do you want us to develop next for CloudLinux, here https://cloudlinux.uservoice.com

Thanks for your suggestion, Ryan! FYI - you could vote for new features which do you want us to develop next for CloudLinux, here https://cloudlinux.uservoice.com
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