This week, CloudLinux, the operating system maker for hosting providers announced the public beta for Imunify360, a security product for protecting Linux VPS and dedicated servers from digital attacks.
The company announced that several high-performance features are available and many additional features are to be released in the upcoming months.
Igor Seletskiy, CEO, CloudLinux said:
The recent hosting industry survey, with over 700 service providers participating, revealed top security threats – those include malware infections, brute force attacks, code injections, website defacement, and more.
No wonder we’ve seen such a high level of enthusiasm during the private beta announced two months ago, and we are excited to open access to every hosting provider that wants to take a closer look at Imunify360, a security solution we developed specifically for protecting their Linux web servers.
The product is offered in two versions, Imunify360, the full version product which uses herd immunity and a six-layer approach providing complete, automated protection against attacks and Imunify Sensor, the light version, which provides a centralized interface for all external attacks coming to the web server.