Keeps Linux Web Servers protected.
Imunify360, the next-generation security solution developed specifically for Linux web servers. It’s highly effective machine learning technology forms data on a worldwide scale, utilizes a six-layer approach to deliver protection against threats, including distributed brute force attacks, most widely recognized kind of attack for web servers.
- IDS / IPS compromise a comprehensive collection of “deny” policy rules to swiftly block every known attack. Monitors server logs and scans log files from all different angles and ban IPs that shows malicious signs.
- Hardened PHP retains your server secure by patching all PHP versions against known vulnerabilities. This allows you to run any version of PHP without having to revise programs.
How is Imunify360 different from the rest?
- Delivers sophisticated detection and display of security threats, powered by the self-learning firewall with herd immunity.
- Protects web applications against malware injections and defacement tacks.
- Highly effective in catching more bad guys while stopping fewer good guys, as it is powered by the smart intrusion detection that collaborates with the central intrusion system.
- CentOS, RHEL and CloudLinux 6 & 7, with cPanel or Plesk.
All our cPanel Shared Hosting are all protected by Imunify360.
Also available as Add-on for your Cloud/Dedicated Servers. To sign up and purchase Imunify360 services, do contact us.
- Single User – S$10/monthly
- 30 Users – S$20/monthly
- Unlimited – S$36/monthly
For more information, you may visit https://www.habangnet.com.
HaBangNet Netsecurity Team
A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a globally distributed network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centers. The goal of a CDN is to serve content to end-users with high availability and high performance. CDNs serve a large fraction of the Internet content today, including web objects (text, graphics and scripts), downloadable objects (media files, software, documents), applications (e-commerce, portals), live streaming media, on-demand streaming media, and social networks.
Content providers such as media companies and e-commerce vendors pay CDN operators to deliver their content to their audience of end-users. In turn, a CDN pays ISPs, carriers, and network operators for hosting its servers in their data centers. Besides better performance and availability, CDNs also offload the traffic served directly from the content provider’s origin infrastructure, resulting in possible cost savings for the content provider. In addition, CDNs provide the content provider a degree of protection from DoS attacks by using their large distributed server infrastructure to absorb the attack traffic. While most early CDNs served content using dedicated servers owned and operated by the CDN, there is a recent trend to use a hybrid model that uses P2P technology. In the hybrid model, content is served using both dedicated servers and other peer-user-owned computers as applicable.
And why do HaBangNet Hosting customer do not need it?
The answer is simple, because HaBangNet using 1 website to 3 different locations server. Which mean, content on your website is store on 3 different location. Asia, USA and Europe.
So if your user from Europe surfing your website, the “Call” from our anycast dns system will auto point your user to your wesbite content located at the nearest range.
And by default all customer website is protected with HaBangNet DDoS Protection up to 10Gbps at no extra cost.
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We have received an update from our upstream provider that, there is an upcoming network maintenance that is not expected to cause a network outage, but if issues arise, periodic intermittent outages may occur. The relatively short notice is due to the state of some our network switches presently in a critical state. Our Juniper switches will require a code upgrade to the latest version of Junos OS that is prescribed by JTAC. A possible reboot may be required to ensure all new configurations take effect.
Date: March 16, 2016
Time: 10:30PM PDT
Duration: Up to 15 minutes
Effect: Intermittent Network Outage
Facilities: Dallas, Texas
If you have any questions about this outage or want more information on how it will relate to your specific services with us, please feel free to reach us at Helpdesk.
HaBangNet NOC Team
Gobal Hosting powered by HaBangNet
Dallas Network Maintenance ( Scheduled Outage)
Hello Dallas Customers,
Please be informated that, our upstream provider will be having an upcoming network maintenance on Dallas that will cause a network outage of less than 10 minutes. The relatively short notice is due to the state of one of our network switches presently in a critical state. The Juniper switch will need to be rebooted to ensure all new configurations take effect and to prevent this problem from happening in the future.
Date: March 2, 2016
Time: 11PM CST
Duration: 10 Minutes
Effect: Network Outage
Facilities: Dallas, Texas
If you have any questions about this outage or want more information on how it will relate to your specific services with us, please feel free to reply to this email. The outage is not expected to last more than 10 minutes, with a 5-6 minute estimate duration.
HaBangNet Network Team
Client Portal: https://noc.habang.net