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#infosec Next #Syspeace release closing in with new features and more protection

We’re happy to announce that the next version of bruteforce prevention software for #windowsserver #msexhange #Sharepoint #remotedesktop #Citrix #SQLServer , Syspeace , is closing in and already running in select live environments. 150 more words

Cloud Security

Top Passwords of 2013… Really? (Re-Post)

In light of the Heart Bleed bug security breach discovered this week, I am re-posting two articles on creating passwords that you may want to incorporate into your new password development. 420 more words

Leave No Stone Unturned

Would #Syspeace help against #Heartbleed #OpenSSL bug ?

In short, no.

Syspeace monitors failed logins on #msexchange #WinServ #sharepoint #remotedesktop #Citrix and evaluates if it is a bruteforce attack against the system or not. 120 more words

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Daft Punk's Get Lucky & Authentication Systems

Is Daft Punk’s Get Lucky a simile for a brute force attack?

Is your authentication system vulnerable to this risk and its implication?

Have you considered Risk Based Access Management systems and Password Management systems? 12 more words

SDLC

As Russia Controls 51 Ukraine Ships And Moves More Tanks To The Borders, Obama Denounces "Brute Force"

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/26/2014 – 18:31

President Obama denounced Russia’s “brute force” in Ukraine during a speech in Brussels today, but it seems from the images and clips below that Russia cares little for words and is more about strategic actions for now. 61 more words

World At WAR

#infosec More than 2.6 Million bruteforce attacks blocked on #msexchange #WinServ #sharepoint #remotedesktop with #Syspeace

So far we’ve helped avert over 2.6 Million bruteforce attacks against Windows Servers ranging from 2003 to 2012 R2 around the world.

Syspeace protects Microsoft Exchange including the webmail OWA, Terminal Server / Remote Desktop Services incliding RDWeb, Sharepoint, Citrix, SQL Server and more by montoring the Windows Server eventlog for failed login attempts. 21 more words

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