Download + Try Syspeace 4.2.320

Install Syspeace Service on your servers; install Syspeace Console on your computer to access and manage Syspeace on your servers.
Syspeace v4 is a free upgrade from v3. See how Syspeace v4 compares to Syspeace v3.

See more downloads and reference materials in the Download Library

Syspeace v3 is still available for download for servers running Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008.

Why choose Syspeace protection

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

Syspeace Service runs on…

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
Windows Server 2022

Syspeace Console runs on…

Windows 7 SP1
Windows 8.1
Windows 10
Windows 11

File size: 108.5MB (113,814,335 bytes)
SHA-1 hash: C3360267B8DB3B7C7A4AC2FFAE03990A065FF018
SHA-256 hash: 720AA36CC14F4F2E721017C74192C2EA632A0D3A046797473E44DBECF4F1D507
MD5 hash: 4B0135DBB64948D61D1DC4E524C1FB6E
CRC32 checksum: 38EFE695

Syspeace Service runs on…

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
Windows Server 2022

File size: 31.4MB (32,938,511 bytes)
SHA-1 hash: 87135F7CB6793879DCFB996DF951B7BB04DB600B
SHA-256 hash: B5487CF7781DBD66194FF3479185C24F8E9D6EC5D6E4F8BFD346525E2C8F6FC9
MD5 hash: A74D0E4E068EC38BAA18569CC1C05493
CRC32 checksum: 10700AD8

Syspeace Console runs on…

Windows 7 SP1
Windows 8.1
Windows 10
Windows 11

File size: 77.3MB (81,075,737 bytes)
SHA-1 hash: 50604D4DCD4D394C7D1CD36BE3815AB249057ADE
SHA-256 hash: 1183152D50DEAAE64C634DA9D3F20DBC0D1B9309D74BFFC1CDEA267A0E4DD213
MD5 hash: EBB1DCAF0954D1C829D557B3C410154C
CRC32 checksum: 6E6657A9

Quick and easy to get started

For a Syspeace free trial follow these simple steps:

  1. Download the Syspeace Service + Syspeace Console package.
  2. 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).
  3. Open the Control Panel.
  4. Open Administrative Tools.
  5. Open Local Security Policy.
  6. In the tree to the left, select Security Settings → Local Policies → Audit Policy
  7. In the list to the right, double click Audit logon events.
  8. Check the Success and Failure checkboxes.
  9. Install Syspeace Service on your server.
  10. Install Syspeace Console on your own computer.
  11. Start up Syspeace Console.
  12. Click to register a new Syspeace account and fill out the details.
  13. Verify the email address by typing in the code you receive.
  14. In the Syspeace Services list inside Syspeace Console, pair the service to your account. (Follow the instructions in Syspeace Console if the Service is not visible.)

Syspeace will now start protecting your server.

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