Securing Cloud services from dictionary attacks – hack yourself and check your Cloud providers / outsourcing providers security and response

The more we move our data to various Cloud services and to outsourcing companies, we also need to take the consequences into account what that means from a security perspective. Prior to a move to Cloud services, a company could keep track of how communications are secured, they could set their own account lockout policies […]

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Downloaded Syspeace trial vs registered accounts

We had a look at the statistics for downloaded Syspeace trials and started thinking. We have quite a lot of people downloading it every day but strangely enough, quite a few of them never register an account. Basically, they’ve taken the time to download, probably started installing and when they’ve come to registering the account […]

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Protecting your customers from brute force attacks in Cloud services or in an outsourcing company

 About brute force protection and Cloud Security and VPS (Virtual Private Servers) and outsourcing or hosted environments Thoughts on cloud security by Juha Jurvanen @ JufCorp If you are a Cloud Service provider or an outsourcing company and giving your customers access to various Windows services such as file access, Exchange, Exchange OWA,  Sharepoint, Citrix, […]

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Syspeace saves time and money blocking brute force attempts. So far we’ve saved 4 292 968 US$

This is just a geeky, cost calculating experiment really. Nothing scientific or anything. Just a fun thought on how easy it is to calculate the ROI for the low cost of Syspeace licenses. Yesterday evening we had a really interesting meeting with a future reseller so we thought we’d take a look at the actual […]

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About Syspeace and it’s background

By Juha Jurvanen Senior IT consultant in backup, IT security, server operations and cloud The goal with Syspeace is to simplify security management and prevent brute force hacking, primarily in Microsoft Windows Server environments and is targeted at system administrators that manage servers, either ther own ones or for external customers or even in data centers […]

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Securing your webmail/OWA on Microsoft Exchange and a few other tips

This is what I’d called a “blogomercial” with a hidden agenda but I hope you’ll find some interesting pointers anyway, the commercial part is at the end really. 🙂 Servicing your users and customer over the Internet  Anything facing the Internet is a potential target for anyone who wants to gain access or disrupt your […]

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Various brute force prevention methods for Windows servers – pros and cons

Intro on brute force prevention tactics and some misconceptions Protection from brute force attempts on Windows servers has always been a nightmare and would continue to be so if not .. Yes, I admit, I will come up with a solution further down. Most system administrators with selfrespect start off with the best of intentions […]

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Today we reached over +200 000 blocked brute force attempts on Windows servers worldwide – Syspeace

Syspeace  helps Windows administrators handle the gruesome tasks of tracking, blocking and reporting brute force attacks on Windows servers. Through the use of the GBL (Global BlackList) Syspeace users are preemptively protected from brute force attacks so to be honest, the number could actually be higher than 200 000 so far since the attackers once […]

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