Would #Syspeace help against #Heartbleed #OpenSSL bug ?

In short, no. Syspeace monitors failed logins on  #msexchange #WinServ #sharepoint #remotedesktop #Citrix and evaluates if it is a bruteforce attack against the system or not. Syspeace has blocked over 2.6 Million bruteforce attacks against #windowsserver around the world so far. However, if an attacker has gained access to passwords and usernames he or she […]

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#Infosec When and where is Syspeace useful for intrusion prevention ?

In what scenarios Syspeace is useful for preventing brute force attacks? Do I need it if I’ve only got a Windows workstation? Syspeace is an intrusion prevention software mainly targeted for Windows Servers, SBS Server, RDS TS Servers, RDWeb, Sharepoint Servers, SQL Server, Exchange, Sharepoint, Citrix and so on but it will also run on […]

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Syspeace for internal brute force protection on Windows Servers

After installing Syspeace , the tech guys started getting notifications that their Exchange Server was trying to login to another server and it was rejected. There was no reason for this server to do so whatsoever and it had not been noticed earlier so it’s hard to say when it actually started. After disabling the […]

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Using various brute force and dictionary attack prevention methods to prevent hackers – and why they don’t work . Repost

This is actually a repost on a fairly well read blogpost but I thought I’d share it with you again. Intro on brute force / dictionary attack prevention tactics and some common misconceptions Protection from brute force attempts on Windows servers has always been a nightmare and would continue to be so if not .. […]

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Using Syspeace also for internal protection and access reporting.

Using Syspeace for internal server protection Most Syspeace users have the software in place to protect them from mainly from external threats from the Internet such as hacking attempts via bruteforce attacks and dictionary attacks. Quite often, the internal netowrk ranges are excluded in the local whitelist by sysadmins , thus never blocking anything from […]

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Syspeace has now blocked over 1 million brute force attacks worldwide!

As the headline states and as we predicted last week, Syspeace has now blocked  +1 million brute force / dictionary attacks on Windows Servers worldwide! That’s since July 15th 2012 when we went public. Download a free, fully functional trial at the  Syspeace download page to help protect your Windows Servers, Terminal Servers, Exchange Servers, […]

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