Syspeace for internal brute force protection on Windows Servers

After installing Syspeace , the tech guys started getting notifications that their Exchange Server was trying to login to another server and it was rejected. There was no reason for this server to do so whatsoever and it had not been noticed earlier so it’s hard to say when it actually started. After disabling the […]

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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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