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ImunifyAV 3.8.5 Beta is here

ImunifyAV 3.8.5 Beta is here

We are pleased to announce that a new updated ImunifyAV 3.8.5 Beta is now available.

Bug fixes

  • DEF-6616: fixed an issue with creating a temporary file in /var/imunify360/tmp/ during malware scanning;
  • DEF-6230: fixed too many SQL variables error when deleting malicious records;
  • DEF-6092: fixed FileNotFoundError in scan.py/_need_to_scan.

Improvements

  • DEF-6541: disable ClamAV false-positives in ImunifyAV;
  • DEF-6607: invalidate i18n files cache with every new release;
  • DEF-6262: disable logging of whitelisted files by hash filter;
  • DEF-6539: on-demand malware scan start should wait until scan is started.

Other changes

  • DEF-6132: use alt-python35 linked with alt-sqlite;
  • ICPD-82: make job for starting all stages of test process for php_i360;
  • DEF-6550: fixed on_demand.symlinks RPM-test;
  • DEF-6627: fixture malware_sample called directly;
  • DEF-6242: fixed a features error;
  • DEF-6355: RPM-tests for on-demand queue and user list.

To install the new ImunifyAV Beta version 3.8.5, please run the following commands:

wget https://repo.imunify360.cloudlinux.com/defence360/av-deploy.sh
bash av-deploy.sh --beta

To upgrade ImunifyAV on CentOS/CloudLinux systems, please run the following command:

yum update imunify-antivirus --enablerepo=imunify360-testing

To upgrade ImunifyAV on Ubuntu systems, please run the following commands:

apt-get update
apt-get install --only-upgrade imunify-antivirus
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