Syspeace’s server protection is an anti-hacking software, for brute force attacks specifically. Syspeace can detect and protect you from:

  • Automatic hacking attacks
  • Brute force attacks
  • Intrusion attempts

The Syspeace system is a Host-based Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (HIDPS). This simply means that it reasons about the pattern of failed login attempts and sequentially blocks the attacker once it can discern the attack from a legitimate user logging in incorrectly.

Protecting against intrusion attempts and brute force attacks also protects against consequences like ransomware, malware, and viruses.

Below you’ll find an overview of all Server IPS features.

Server IPS

$4.20 / server / month
Syspeace overview
Runs on
Windows Server 2008 R2 and later
Remote management
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No extra components USP
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Designed for multiple Consoles USP
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Remote service upgrade
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Minimized footprint
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Designed for SMBs
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Designed for MSPs
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IPv4 / IPv6 support
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Security by design
Privacy-focused
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Traffic encryption
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Use of PKI USP
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Central storage and security
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POLP
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License details
License management
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License overview
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Floating licenses USP
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Dynamic license cost
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Automatic license renewal
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Blocking dynamics
Utilizing the WFP platform
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Advanced blocking rules USP
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Retrospective rules USP
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GeoIP blocking
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Max block duration
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Global Blocklist
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Local Blocklist
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Local Safelist
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Live status and insights
Current blocks
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Live observations
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IP activity USP
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Access log
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Access report USP
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Knowledge
Integrated manual
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Email reporting
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Enterprise features
Multiple Syspeace accounts within a Console USP
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License groups USP
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Multiple users within a Syspeace account USP
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Users permission USP
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Tags for enhanced security USP
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POLP compatible
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USP Our unique features found only in Syspeace.

Where Syspeace Can Protect You

  • Remote Desktop Services (RDP)
  • Terminal Services
  • Exchange Servers SMTP mail accounts
  • File shares
  • Outlook Web Access (OWA)
  • Citrix
  • Sharepoint
  • …and other programs using Windows authentication
As well as: 
  • Login attempts on Exchange SMTP connectors.
  • Login attempts to Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Login attempts to Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) – the Windows Server VPN solution.
  • Login attempts to your website using the optional Web Detector plugin (requires matching detector in web site). (Currently in beta – contact support.)

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