#infosec How to block an ongoing dictionary attack / brute force attack against Windows Servers, #MSexchange and more

How to block an intrusion attack against Windows Servers for free If your server or data center is targeted by a brute force attack a.k.a dictionary attacks , it might be hard to figure out how to quickly make it stop. If the attack is from a single IP address you’d probably block it in […]

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#infosec Securing your #WinServ and #MSExchange with an acceptable baseline security

Securing your Windows Server with a baseline security In short, to have an acceptable baseline security for any Windows server you need to think all of the things below in this list. Sadly enough, even if you follow all of these steps, you’re still not secured forever and ever. There’s no such thing as absolute […]

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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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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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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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Preventing and blocking brute force and dictionary attacks in a Windows Server environment with Syspeace

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 […]

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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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