Download + Try Syspeace 3.1.1

Syspeace is available for x86 (32-bit) and x64 (64-bit) architectures.
Windows Server 2003 requires a separate version. (Why?)
Please download the appropriate version for your system.

Description RequirementsHow to installDownload Manual (PDF)

NEW: Deploying Syspeace — instructions on how to deploy Syspeace automatically

 

Why choose Syspeace protection

Imagine that your company has a physical facility. If someone repeatedly tries to gain access with a fake key or invalid key card, you would expect that your security guards would provide protection and not let the intruder through. Unfortunately, antivirus and firewall software do not take action against the server equivalent of this scenario. Even with firewalls and antivirus software, wherever a legitimate user might need to log into your server, an intruder or attacker gets infinite tries to log in to this server.

Syspeace is an Intrusion Prevention Solution, meaning that it reasons about the pattern of the failed login attempts and blocks the attacker once it can discern the attack from a legitimate user logging in incorrectly. These patterns are readily customizable by configuring Syspeace’s rules.

Brute-force attacks that otherwise thrive on being able to try a large number of logins until one of them works by chance are stopped nearly instantly. Since it is effective against many types of attacks, Syspeace is an excellent complement to antivirus and firewall software

Protection

 

Specification

Windows Server 2008 64-bit incl. Windows Small Business Server 2008 64-bit
Windows Server 2008 R2
incl. Windows Small Business Server 2011
Windows Server 2012 (incl. Essentials)
Windows Server 2012 R2 (incl. Essentials)
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2019

File size: 12.9MB (13,503,547 bytes)
SHA-1 hash: 1F01DC7028B3AC4505EBEF591B65BDD485755209
SHA-256 hash: 16B3527AD17448C52F0FF0B016A5B03C3EA132B34CB700C9FCF5634E5F0D0031
MD5 hash: 83B6444C349211A194AF9EFF68255309
CRC32 checksum: E46FF936

Download 64-bit Syspeace

Specification

Windows Server 2008 32-bit
incl. Windows Small Business Server 2008 32-bit

File size: 13.3MB (13,946,945 bytes)
SHA-1 hash: 2198A7548E8AD026E0103A1AEDF981E8E1318EB6
SHA-256 hash: 844ED19C57E875BC78A6262C7F66A39323CC8532A85DB6F5A344E5ED67E56BA4
MD5 hash: A2CCC803A6BE9EDFABC395F47DFC8226
CRC32 checksum: 9DD468D5

Download 32-bit Syspeace

 

Specification

Windows Server 2003 R2 64-bit

incl. Windows Server 2003 R2 64-bit
incl. Windows Small Business Server 2003 64-bit
incl. Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2 64-bit
incl. Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2 64-bit

File size: 12.5MB (13,155,472 bytes)
SHA-1 hash: 7C4D66B9287E9A6345AB02AB4E2FED153652D064
SHA-256 hash: DCFD290BFCAD377510A8710542E1FA2A5947516738912B7BEA2DCC817E3AB41A
MD5 hash: B5354426928FBE4DEA1D2A43EFAA63CB
CRC32 checksum: BB204190

Download 64-bit Syspeace for Windows Server 2003

 

Specification

Windows Server 2003 32-bit
incl. Windows Server 2003 R2 32-bit
incl. Windows Small Business Server 2003 32-bit
incl. Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2 32-bit

File size: 13MB (13,599,409 bytes)
SHA-1 hash: 969EBF29E6D7DA3C19ACDD419E192B19640897D9
SHA-256 hash: 45FBAC1C59C7C0558CE79D7047722C8EE2B621F59E6B05C863A5B47EC61E41DA
MD5 hash: 5D2D0946ACFC11B10A90572261157417
CRC32 checksum: BCC6F5DC

Download 32-bit Syspeace for Windows Server 2003

 

Quick and easy to get started

For a Syspeace free trial follow these simple steps: Download the version of Syspeace appropriate for your server. Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2 and 2008 may be 32-bit or 64-bit and all newer Windows Server versions are 64-bit. Itanium is not supported.

  1. Enable logon events auditing in your local security policy to allow Syspeace to know about failed Windows login attempts. (Servers joined to domains may need to receive a group policy instead).
    • Open the Control Panel.
    • Open Administrative Tools.
    • Open Local Security Policy.
    • In the tree to the left, select Security Settings → Local Policies → Audit Policy
    • In the list to the right, double click Audit logon events.
    • Check the Success and Failure checkboxes.
  2. Install Syspeace using the downloaded setup.exe.
  3. Launch Syspeace and register a new Syspeace account.
  4. You will receive the license key in an email sent to your Syspeace account’s email address.
  5. Enter the license key into Syspeace.

Syspeace will now start protecting your server.

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