What is a CXS License?


A CXS, or ConfigServer eXploit Scanner, is a tool that performs active scanning of files as they are uploaded to the server. It can detect suspicious files found on the server, as well as prevent most (but not all) exploits from being uploaded or run on the server.

Active file scanning performed by CXS prevents malware exploitation of an account by deleting or moving suspicious files to quarantine before they become active. It can also prevent the uploading of PHP and perl shell scripts, which are commonly used to launch more malicious attacks and for sending spam.

Additionally, CXS allows you to perform on-demand scanning of files, directories, and user accounts to detect suspicious exploits, viruses, and resources (files, directories, symlinks, sockets, etc.). You can run scans of existing user data to find exploits that have been uploaded in the past, or using methods not included with active scanning.

Included with the CXS Command Line Interface (CLI) is a web-based User Interface (UI) which can help you:

    Run scans
    Schedule and edit scans via CRON
    Compose CLI scan commands
    View, delete, and restore files from quarantine
    View documentation
    Set and edit default values for scans
    Edit commonly used CXS files


CXS license orders have the following system requirements:

Control Panel: cPanel/WHM

Operating System: CentOS/CloudLinux Linux v5/6/7
 

CXS is a commercial product that is sold and licensed strictly on a one-time per server basis, with updates provided for the life of the product. To order a CXS license (USD $60), please submit a ticket to our Billing department.

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