Using Syspeace against DDoS attacks for sysadmin

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 10 000 computers in a botnet are targeted at downloading a specific image or file from a public website […]

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Does bruteforce attacks really exist?

A short blog post about how #Syspeace has blocked, traced and reported more than 2.7 Million bruteforce attacks against #windowsserver #msexhange #Sharepoint #remotedesktop #Citrix

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New reseller: RECiPHER Group Australia

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Syspeace welcomes its newest reseller: RECiPHER Group Australia. RECiPHER Group caters to Australia and New Zealand with regional presence and pricing. RECiPHER Group is the first Syspeace reseller in the southern hemisphere. RECiPHER Group joins four existing Syspeace resellers. For more information about becoming a Syspeace reseller, contact our customer support.

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Syspeace 2.5.0 says hi to new Detector Provider API

News and updates in the world

Syspeace 2.5.0 introduces the new Detector Provider API for developing “detectors” that plug into Syspeace and can listen for login attempts in additional places.  Alongside Syspeace 2.5.0, the Syspeace reseller model has been improved for both customers and resellers. Syspeace 2.5.0 also includes new functionality to export and import settings to cut down on configuration […]

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Syspeace introduces improved reseller model

Strategy and success wheels

With the new reseller model, customers are free to buy licenses from the reseller of their choice. They can also buy licenses directly from Syspeace. Customers no longer have to pick a reseller at the time of registration. They are also free to choose a reseller in their own time. Customers can also buy licenses […]

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Would Syspeace help against Heartbleed OpenSSL bug ?

In short, no. Syspeace monitors failed logins on MS Exchange, Windows Server, SharePoint, Remote desktop, Citrix and evaluates if it is a brute force attack against the system or not. However, if an attacker has gained access to passwords and usernames, he or she will use those and be able to log in. From the […]

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Scenarios where Syspeace is useful for preventing brute force attacks

Computer security and prevention

In what scenarios Syspeace is useful for preventing brute force attacks? Do I need it if I’ve only got a Windows workstation? These are questions we have answers on.  Syspeace is an intrusion prevention software and works with Windows Servers and senses bad logins to other Windows accounts such as Sharepoint, OWA, Exchange Server SMTP […]

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IIS FTP and FileZilla Server detectors ready for beta testers

The domino effect in the dark

The IIS FTP detector and FileZilla Server detectors are the first of our detectors developed and released using our Syspeace Detector Provider APIs. With these detectors installed, Syspeace can react to failed and successful login attempts from the IIS FTP server (for IIS 7.0 and above) and the FileZilla FTP/SFTP Server. If you have an […]

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Syspeace has now blocked over 1 million brute force attacks worldwide!

As the headline states and as we predicted last week, Syspeace has now blocked  +1 million brute force / dictionary attacks on Windows Servers worldwide! That’s since July 15th 2012 when we went public. Download a free, fully functional trial at the  Syspeace download page to help protect your Windows Servers, Terminal Servers, Exchange Servers, […]

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