Requirements for Syspeace

Syspeace Brute Force Protection Internet security for Windows Servers Free support FAQ

Syspeace’s server protection is an anti-hacking software, for brute force attacks specifically. The Syspeace system is a Host-based Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (HIDPS). Simply meaning that it reasons about the pattern of failed login attempts and sequentially blocks the attacker once it can discern the attack from a legitimate user logging in incorrectly. So what are […]

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Syspeace 3.1 introduces Remote Status and improves deployment

Syspeace introduces Remote status

Syspeace 3.1 is now available and introduces a new feature called Remote Status to let you see the status of Syspeace services remotely, as well as improved support for automatically deploying Syspeace. Using the new Syspeace Remote Status Console application (available free of charge), Syspeace users are able to link one or more Syspeace accounts. […]

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Recent improvements in the Syspeace Licenses site

Impovements on the Syspeace site

Syspeace consists of more than the Windows software that you download and run to achieve our Syspeace protection. Customers purchase and manage licenses from the Syspeace Licenses site, and we have recently introduced a few changes worthy of a write-up. Show your license key. You can now click a link to show your license key, […]

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Recommendations for Syspeace Windows Server 2003

Syspeace Brute Force Protection Internet security for Windows Servers

The current major release of Syspeace (2.x) continues to be supported on Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2. We may introduce major new releases of Syspeace. They will not run or be supported on Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2. Microsoft’s extended support for Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2 ended […]

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Syspeace, SHA-2 certificates and Windows Server 2003

Recently, the SSL certificate used for syspeace.com, the Syspeace Licenses site as well as backend Syspeace services was reissued with a signature using the SHA-2 hash algorithm. The SHA-2 hash algorithm replaces the earlier, deprecated SHA-1 and moving forward is recommended by the CA Security Council. However, some users on Windows Server 2003 have seen […]

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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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