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by / Friday, 07 December 2018
(Website) size is not important

A common fallacy says that big, popular web sites are more likely to be the targets of hacking. After all, they have the biggest customer databases and the most amount of traffic. To a hacker, more traffic means more money. Right? 

Not quite. In Greg Zemskov’s latest blog post, he explains why...

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Topic: in Imunify360 Blog


by / Monday, 19 November 2018
Black Friday Phishing, Anyone?

If this year’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday online shopping season is anything like last year's, it'll be a turkey shoot, not only for shoppers, but for hackers too.

Bargain hunters are impetuous by nature, the online species more so. In the heady excitement of discount fever virulent throughout...

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by / Monday, 05 November 2018
How do I spam thee? Let me count the ways.

Spam is a nuisance. We have email to thank for that. The first email was sent in 1971, so why is it this particular blight on the bright face of electronic communications has never been effectively removed? Why does spam occur and who or what sends it?

Greg Zemskov, Product Manager at...

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Topic: in CloudLinux OS Blog Imunify360 Blog


by / Friday, 02 November 2018
DON’T GET BLACKLISTED ON BLACK FRIDAY

Black Friday-Cyber Monday is the busiest e-shopping weekend of the year, so don't let hackers get your site banned by search engines.

If your site gets compromised by malicious actors and starts spreading malware, it will be blacklisted by Google safe browsing, Yandex SB, McAfee, ESET, and other...

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by / Thursday, 01 November 2018
Take a load off your mind

Keeping an eye on system resources, especially CPU and memory loads, is second nature to experienced Linux system admins. For web hosters, these figures have an important economic significance, especially when they start to rise—overloaded servers lead to crashed applications and unhappy site...

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by / Thursday, 01 November 2018
The worst-kept secret (your password)

Ineffective passwords continue to be a significant cause of cybersecurity breaches, despite the wealth of advice issued by governments and security companies, and despite the prevalence of password management programs and the enforcement of strict password policies.

The latest article by...

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Topic: in KernelCare Blog Imunify360 Blog


by / Tuesday, 23 October 2018
Kernel Update Methods: 3 Different Ways

If variety is the spice of life, then you'll want to know all about the different ways you can update a Linux kernel. This blog post runs the gamut, from a standard command-line update, through the use of 'kexec', and onto the live-patching solutions of which KernelCare is but one. It's a topic...

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by / Thursday, 18 October 2018
Don't let one bad apple spoil the whole box, Part 2 now published

Web hosters running multi-site servers are a favourite target for today’s economy-minded hacker who uses one weak site to gain access to a whole box of others on the same server.

In this Part 1 of his article “Avoid Multi-site Hacking”, the new lead of Imunify360, Greg Zemskov, explains...

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by / Friday, 12 October 2018
Don't let one bad apple spoil the whole box

Web hosters running multi-site servers are a favourite target for today’s economy-minded hacker who uses one weak site to gain access to a whole box of others on the same server.

In this Part 1 of his article “Avoid Multi-site Hacking”, the new lead of Imunify360, Greg Zemskov, explains...

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Topic: in CloudLinux OS Blog Imunify360 Blog


by / Tuesday, 02 October 2018
Why every month should be National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

This month, October 2018, in the US it is the 15th National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Another month, another ‘awareness’.

Does this suppose that all the other 11 months we should be less aware? Do hackers make a special effort to be nicer in October? Do they leave love letters on your...

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