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Results Summary

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The results summary on the top of the page includes the following information.




OS / Version: the operating system name and version

Last System Update: the last time the system configuration changed, e.g., from a package update, install or removal

Last Scan: the last time Imunify QuickPatch analyzed the system for vulnerabilities

Rescan now: rescan the system for vulnerability analysis, whether or not its configuration has changed


o plx_icon_info link to this documentation

o plx_icon_question link to Imunify QuickPatch support

o plx_icon_print print the current page

o plx_icon_cog extension settings

o plx_icon_pum link to the Plesk Onyx System Updates manager


Vulnerabilities Summary


Max Severity: the maximum severity rating among all vulnerabilities

Max After Fixes: the maximum severity rating among vulnerabilities which will remain after applying all updates

Fix All Vulnerabilities, Fix Critical, and Fix Selected (Imunify QuickPatch+ version):

oThese buttons can be used to fix all vulnerabilities, fix critical vulnerabilities (severity 8.0-10.0), or fix vulnerabilities which have been selected using the checkboxes in the vulnerabilities tab.

oClicking one of these buttons opens a popup showing a list of packages to be updated and their update targets (new versions). If the extension does not find any update targets, disabling the safe repository check may remediate this. Please see the sections below on Troubleshooting Updates and the Safe Repository Check

Auto Update


Imunify QuickPatch+ includes controls for automatic updates. The UI displays the current auto update settings, and a button to change these settings:




There are just three auto-update settings:


Daily Auto Update:

oFix All: automatically fix all vulnerabilities

oFix Critical: automatically fix all critical vulnerabilities

oOff: do not automatically fix any vulnerabilities

Email Notifications:

oCreate an email notification when vulnerabilities are automatically fixed. Email notifications are sent to the Plesk administrator email address. Please check your spam folder, as that is where these notifications may initially end up.

oCreate an email notification when a new critical vulnerability is discovered.