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 license password reset

Hi, all. As all of you know, we put a lot of effort and work into getting various features and improvements in place to help you protect your Windows 2003/2008/2008R2 and the Windows Server 2012 support coming up , Terminal Servers, Sharepoint Servers, Citrix Servers, Exchange Servers and so on. We’re just so into making […]

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Syspeace now also for Windows 2003 Server

We’re happy to annonuce that the 2.0 version of Syspeace now also supports Windows 2003. A few other changes in there are that the engine is rewritten to be even faster, the GUI has been simplified and we’ve done a few other changes “under the hood” to make it more modular for future development for […]

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Syspeace saves time and money blocking brute force attempts. So far we’ve saved 4 292 968 US$

This is just a geeky, cost calculating experiment really. Nothing scientific or anything. Just a fun thought on how easy it is to calculate the ROI for the low cost of Syspeace licenses. Yesterday evening we had a really interesting meeting with a future reseller so we thought we’d take a look at the actual […]

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