A comprehensive approach to detecting RDP login failures

Syspeace’s way of detecting Windows logon failures is based on using the audit events produced by Windows. This is reliable and non-invasive, but in some cases, there are oddities. When a login succeeds or fails during Remote Desktop/Terminal Services authentication, the event is logged, but there is no reference to …

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Syspeace 2.7.0 released

Update to Syspeace 2.7.0! We highly recommend it. Why? It introduces improved support for detecting RDP login failures where the IP addresses are missing in the event log entries. For details, see the separate post A comprehensive approach to detecting RDP login failures. It includes a setting to mitigate repetitive …

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Syspeace switches to SHA-2 for a more robust IT environment

As of today, September 2, 2016, we have switched to using a SHA-2 SSL/TLS certificate. SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm), a group of cryptographic hash functions developed by the US National Security Agency (NSA). A SHA generates unique hash values from files. Thus keeping the transmitted data safe. It was found …

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Recommendations for Syspeace Windows Server 2003

The current major release of Syspeace (2.x) continues to be supported on Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2. We may introduce major new releases of Syspeace. They will not run or be supported on Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2. Microsoft’s extended support for Windows Server 2003 …

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New reseller: RECiPHER Group Australia

Syspeace welcomes its newest reseller: RECiPHER Group Australia. RECiPHER Group caters to Australia and New Zealand with regional presence and pricing. RECiPHER Group is the first Syspeace reseller in the southern hemisphere. RECiPHER Group joins four existing Syspeace resellers. For more information about becoming a Syspeace reseller, contact our customer …

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Syspeace, SHA-2 certificates and Windows Server 2003

Recently, the SSL certificate used for syspeace.com, the Syspeace Licenses site as well as backend Syspeace services was reissued with a signature using the SHA-2 hash algorithm. The SHA-2 hash algorithm replaces the earlier, deprecated SHA-1 and moving forward is recommended by the CA Security Council. However, some users on …

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