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 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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Using Syspeace for a targeted bruteforce attack against a specific username

Today we had an interesting support question actually. Someone is trying to bruteforce a customer using the same account name but from a lot of different IP addresses and they only try once or twice from each IP address thus not triggering Syspeace to block the IP address based on the default rule. The suggestion […]

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Preventing and blocking brute force and dictionary attacks on Windows Server

Syspeace is an automated brute force prevention / dictionary attack software that protects Microsoft Windows Servers by monitoring the Windows Authentication mechanisms for unsuccessful logins. This means that you get immediate protection for Microsoft Terminal Server, Citrix, Exchange OWA Webmail , SharePoint, CRM, Terminal Server RDWeb and more, for instance there is also built in protection for Exchange […]

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