Thousands of Threats Blocked in Your Account Over a Month

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As some of you may know, about a month ago, we have added Imunify360 to our cPanel Premium Shared Web Hosting servers. During this month, Imunify360 has done some serious work at keeping your websites and the web servers from a myriad of attacks of various kinds.
Thousands of Threats Blocked in Your Account Over a Month

What’s Imunify360?

Imunify360 is an automated security solution aimed at protecting websites and web servers. Powered by Artificial Intelligence and Proactive Defense, this system will use machine learning to learn to detect and deal with known and unknown malware.

Many of the features that this security solution provides, like its advanced firewall, have specific rules for wordpress, and other CMS that get updated daily, will ensure that your websites are kept safe from any sort of threat thrown towards your websites, as this system will automatically detect dangerous pieces of code and adapt to properly protect against them.

This software also counts with an Intrusion Detection and Protection System, which are a comprehensive collection of “deny” policy rules for blocking all known attacks, as well as Patch Management, a rebootless Secure Kernel powered by KernelCare keeps the server secure by automatically patching kernels without having to reboot the server.

The software also counts with Website Reputation Monitoring, which analyzes if web-site or IPs are blocked by any blacklists and notifying if they are, protecting you from any known threats from places with a bad reputation. The software also counts with Proactive Defense, which protects websites running PHP, against zero-day attacks by blocking potentially malicious executions automatically and with zero latency.

If you are interested in learning more about it, we’ve made a post here that you may want to check out.

Protection in a 360 degree radius

Over this month, we’ve been keeping close tabs on all the threats that Imunify360 has been blocking ever since it was first installed and we’ve found a lot of data that might interest you. In average, over the last month, Imunify360 has caught over 2 million captcha events worldwide in total. Thanks to these, all those bad bots and potential attackers have been blocked from being able to cause harm to your sites with us. reCAPTCHA is, for those who don’t know, a feature intended to distinguish a human from a machine input to protect websites from the spam and different types of automated abuse. Here’s an image of only one of our servers!

Imunify360 has caught over 2 million captcha events worldwide in total

Better yet, Imunify360 has also found over 600 different pieces of malware injections and has cleaned these infected files, which were over 500, as well as recorded over 60 thousand alerts which include DOS plugin alerts, ModSecurity incidents, OSSEC alerts, between many, many more. Here’s some more examples of Imunify360 doing work on only one of our servers!

Imunify360 blocking threats

We’re proud and happy to keep providing you with only the best, and we will continue to provide alternatives that will keep your websites and our web servers safe from attacks and make sure that you’ll have the best experience with us.

Here’s a map of the locations of all the attacks that have been blocked by the software, as well as some graphs portraying all the things that Imunify360 has protected all your websites from different threats.

Why is Imunify360 important?

In the year 2000, a 15 year old hacker by the name of “Mafiaboy” Took down a lot of major websites, which included CNN, Dell, E-Trade, eBay, and Yahoo. This attack had devastating consequences including creating chaos in the stock market.

Nowadays millions of cyber attacks happen every day, from all over the world. This is why it’s important to find solutions to keep your website safe, and not only from DDoS attacks, but many other types, protection like the one Imunify360 offers, proven by the data we have so far, is incredibly valuable to help keep your website not only running, but running smoothly so that you can provide your clients

Sounds Fantastic, Where do I get this? How much will it Cost me?

Well, if you are using any of our cPanel Premium Web Hosting services, we have fantastic news for you. It is absolutely FREE! Here in PlusPlusHosting we ensure that our clients stay protected and for them to be able to provide their services and have their websites up and work as smoothly as they can.

With this tool on your cPanel’s belt, you will be able to ensure that your website is able to run smoothly and avoid many threats to your website. We hope you keep enjoying of our premium web hosting experience and we’ll maintain our commitment to provide excellent service day by day.

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