Soon, last chance to try out Syspeace for free until New Year

A tip. This, Monday we’ll be releasing the live site so last chance to test #syspece for free until new year.. #syspeace for #windowsserver — Syspeace (@Syspeace) After the live release, all current versions of Syspeace , brute force prevention for Windows servers, will work until 2012-12-31 and the new version will have one month of trial. The new version will include some new features such as more granular reports and separated mail notification. Current version will work without restrictions but no new installataions will be possible. So, basically. If you want to use Syspeace for free for 4 months extra, now is the time to download and install.

New Syspeace website and new features coming up

We look forward to releasing the new website and new features for Syspeace with for instance daily/weekly mailreports, separated mail notifications . Keep an eye on Syspeace #winserv — Syspeace (@Syspeace) The new website is scheduled for launch early next week. Syspeace is an easy to use and easy to configure brute force prevention for Windows servers. The protection includes Exchange, Terminal Server, OWA, RDWeb and more. We will keep adding features and protection to make your lives easier. Syspeace

The live website is coming soon!

Just a heads up that we’ll soon be launching the live website for Syspeace with trial download and webshop for license purchasing.

Syspeace is an easy to configure brute force prevention software for Windows servers that protects Terminal Servers, Exchange Servers, OWA, RDWeb and more. Syspeace also containa a Global BlacList to preemptively protect your servers from brute force & dictionary attacks.

Any Syspeace installations downloaded prior to the new website will run with full functionality within the version until 2012-12-31 .
After new website release, there will be a free 1 month trial and there will also be the possibilty for purchasing licenses for Syspeace.

We’ve been working really hard to get here and we’ve looked forward to getting to the point where we can start shipping licenses.

We also look forward to add even more features and functionality that you guys have suggested and quite few other new features we’ ve already got in our roadmap.

Blog post coming on securing Windows servers

I think we’ll write a blog post on how to secure #windowsservers , from different aspects and pros and cons with different methods #hacking — Syspeace (@Syspeace) If anyone’s interested, that is?

Update on this.
Now there are two blog posts so far on securing server environments and they’ve ended up on Juhas personal blog