CloudLinux Brings New Features to Imunify360 4.0

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New features in Imunify360 4.0 Beta makes life easier and safer for web hosts and their customers

CloudLinux, providers of the most popular web hosting platform, announce new features in their flagship Linux security product, Imunify360.

Imunify360 is an all-inclusive, comprehensive security solution that helps protect Linux web servers against many kinds of cyber attack.

The new functionality includes a new way to manage user features, a new vulnerability statistics dashboard, and an extension that tracks and explains the origin of a malware infection.

“These three new features are just part of the evolution of Imunify360, and the dedicated developers behind it. I’m excited to unveil them,” said Greg Zemskov, Product Manager of Imunify360.

The new features, he explains, coming in Imunify360 4.0 Beta release, are:
Feature Management for cPanel—A fully-integrated command panel for configuring user feature sets, individually or in bulk.
Dashboard—A comprehensive graphical overview of Imunify360’s detections and alerts, presented as easy-to-read charts and geographical heat maps.
The ‘Blamer’—An extension for Proactive Defense that can track and inspect PHP-based malware, report on how it got there and where it came from.

Talking about this last new feature, Greg Zemskov said, “This facility is an important step forward in our efforts to defend against malware in a dynamic and targeted way. I think it’s going to be a game-changer and I’m very excited about it.”

About Imunify360
Imunify360 provides the next-generation, automated security solution developed specifically for Linux shared, VPS and Dedicated servers. It uses herd immunity and the six-layer approach delivering total protection against attacks for CentOS, RHEL, and CloudLinux OS servers. CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360, an optional feature, ensures near-instant recovery of infected files from backup and comes with 10 GB of free storage space per month.

About CloudLinux
Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, CloudLinux is on a mission to make Linux-based web servers more secure, stable, and profitable. We have over 450 combined years of experience with Linux, more than 4,000 customers and partners, (Dell and LiquidWeb among them), and more than 250,000 product installations globally. We have an intimate knowledge of the web hosting business, a dedicated talent pool of security-focused kernel developers, and a passion for excellence in customer care.

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