CloudLinux offers several security features that can help improve your website’s security. Here are some ways you can use CloudLinux to improve your website’s security:
1. CageFS: CageFS is a virtualized file system that isolates each user’s files and processes. This provides an additional layer of security by preventing users from accessing files owned by other users on the same server. With CageFS, even if one website on the server gets hacked, the attacker cannot access other websites’ files.
2. ModSecurity: ModSecurity is an Apache module that provides web application firewall (WAF) functionality. It can help protect your website from common security threats such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.
3. KernelCare: KernelCare is a tool that provides automated kernel security updates without rebooting the server. This ensures that your server is always up-to-date with the latest security patches.
4. SecureLinks: SecureLinks is a feature that prevents users from accessing sensitive files or directories on the server. You can use SecureLinks to restrict access to files and directories containing sensitive information such as passwords, configuration files, and database files.
5. Imunify360: Imunify360 is a comprehensive security solution that includes advanced firewall, malware scanning, and intrusion detection and prevention (IDS/IPS) features. It can help protect your website from various types of security threats and attacks.
By using these security features in CloudLinux, you can significantly improve your website’s security. However, it is important to note that security is a continuous process, and there are several other steps you can take to improve your website’s security, such as using strong passwords, keeping your software up-to-date, regularly backing up your website, and using SSL certificates to encrypt sensitive data.