We are pleased to announce the release of Sentinel Anti-malware 1.01 under General Availability. This release has passed Plesk certification and is now available in the Plesk extension directory.
[+] Added Plesk Onyx 17.9 support.
[+] Added service monitoring entries if the Watchdog extension is installed.
[+] Added a default ignore for the clamav signature directory as it can trigger false positives.
[=] Updated the un-installer to not remove the ClamAV packages if Warden Anti-spam and Virus Protection is installed.
[=] Updated the installer to install Linux Malware Detect 1.6.3 by default.
[=] Updated the installer to raise the inotify.max_user_watches if not already set.
[=] Updated the installer to set the default_monitor_mode in conf.maldet.
[=] Updated the default linux malware detect autoupdate_version setting from 1 to 0.
[-] Fixed bug where the `ExtraDatabase` option was being used instead of `DatabaseCustomURL` for the PHP Malware Signatures preventing them from being downloaded.
[-] Fixed a slow Domain monitoring SQL query used for the grid by adding a combined index.
[-] Fixed the installer to call the linux malware detect install script using bash instead of sh.
[-] Fixed ClamAV pid file creation problems on Debian/Ubuntu.
[-] Fixed license error when servers were running with NO_ZERO_DATE enabled in MySQL.
[-] Fixed anti-malware help links.
The upgrade is available to all active license holders.
1. Login to your Plesk panel and click on Extensions -> Updates -> Select the Sentinel Anti-malware extension then press the update button. You can view the upgrade process using the command: tail -f /var/log/plesk/panel.log
Wednesday, September 12, 2018