Syspeace 2.3.0 released

The new status window list of blocks show blocks by type, IP address and expiration and includes information about the geographical location as well as the observations (failed logins) that triggered the block. Additionally, observations that have been seen but haven’t yet earned a block according to the Syspeace rules configured will show up as […]

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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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Syspeace on Uservoice

We have started using Uservoice to gather ideas and feature request from our Syspeace users. The idea is simple, just visit our page on syspeace.uservoice.com , submit an idea or request a feature and we’ll try to implement the ones that score the highest. This way we get a faster feedback and we get a […]

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HIPS (Host Intrusion Prevention System)

Brute force protection for Windows servers has been a nightmare until now. Syspeace is a low cost, easy to configure HIPS that automates the blocking of brute force attacks an dictionary attacks on Windows servers. Syspeace supports Exchange OWA, RDWEB, Exchange SMTP AUTH connectors, winlogon, terminal servers and more. Also included is a global blacklist […]

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