Syspeace switches to SHA-2 for a more robust IT environment

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As of today, September 2, 2016, we have switched to using a SHA-2 SSL/TLS certificate. SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm), a group of cryptographic hash functions developed by the US National Security Agency (NSA). A SHA generates unique hash values from files. Thus keeping the transmitted data safe. It was found that serious security weaknesses with […]

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How to block an ongoing brute force attack

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If your server or data center is targeted by a brute force attack it might be hard to figure out how to quickly make stop it. If the attack is from a single IP address you’d probably block it in your external firewall or the Windows Server firewall. And after that start tracking and reporting the […]

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