NOTICE: JetBackup 5 is in the EDGE Tier. Please handle with caution. Any information on this document is subject to change as we continue to develop and push updates.

Security

Make JetBackup interact with various security plugins through specific hook points, allowing your security plugin to trigger JetBackup and automatically execute a file restore and/or lock the latest clean incremental account backup of the infected account to assure data protection.

Choose the security plugin you prefer to use through the Security Plugin dropdown menu:

security


Natively Supported Security Plugins:

Imunify360

Imunify360 helps you provide a secure and reliable web hosting service. It’s multi-layered defense architecture ensures precision targeting and eradication of malware and viruses. For more information, please visit the official Imunify360 website.

imunify plugin

Choose what action(s) JetBackup will perform and at what point of detection once Imunify360 triggers an alert.

Restore Infected Action

JetBackup will restore the infected file from the most recent bakup.

  • Never - The infected file will never be restored.
  • On malware detection - The infected file will be restored after the malware detection - Please note that if you have Imunify360 set to cleanup, the restored file will be removed!
  • On malware cleanup - The infected file will be restored after the malware auto clean up.

Lock Infected Action

JetBackup locks the last backup of the affected account.

  • Never - Never Lock the account backup.
  • On malware detection - Lock the account latest backup after malware detection - If you set a restore action on this stage, the most recent clean backup will be locked.
  • On malware cleanup - Lock the account latest backup after malware cleanup - If you set a restore action on this stage, the most recent clean backup will be locked.

Action Script

Specify the path of a custom script to enable JetBackup to trigger it once an action is successfully executed. JetBackup will then pass the following arguments to the specified script:

  • [1] - The action that was executed (Backup Lock/Restore).
  • [2] - The name of the infected cPanel account.
  • [3] - The path of the infected file.

Here's a sample script that sends an email notification once the JetBackup Security Plugin executes a file restore/backup lock: