Brute Force Attacks are on the rise – do I need a SIRP? 

Brute Force Attacks are on the rise – do I need a SIRP? 

Technology means endless opportunities, but also endless headaches. Scripting, machine learning, AIs and easier access to more advanced systems does not mean your every-day becomes easier – it also means that the every-day of the malicious hacker becomes easier.  It is said that internet users have to keep track of about 190 passwords and PINs. […]

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Preventing brute force attacks against Microsoft Exchange Server and OWA Webmail

If you’re running Microsoft Exchange Server your also quite likely to have the Microsoft Exchange OWA (Webmail) interface up & running to enable your users to use Activesync and access their email, calendars and contacts over an easy-to-use web interface accessible over the Internet. This is just as relevant if you’re managing your own Exchange […]

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Using Syspeace against DDoS attacks for sysadmin

We had a discussion the other day about Syspeace and if it would help in a DDoS attack. Essentially a DDoS attack is about overloading a server with massive traffic thus making it unreachable for the services the way it is supposed to be. This can be accomplished in numerous ways. If for instance 10 […]

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#Infosec When and where is Syspeace useful for intrusion prevention ?

In what scenarios Syspeace is useful for preventing brute force attacks? Do I need it if I’ve only got a Windows workstation? Syspeace is an intrusion prevention software mainly targeted for Windows Servers, SBS Server, RDS TS Servers, RDWeb, Sharepoint Servers, SQL Server, Exchange, Sharepoint, Citrix and so on but it will also run on […]

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