Preview of the new Acces Reports feature in the upcoming Syspeace

This is a sneak preview of a new feature in the upcoming Syspeace to make sysadmins also be able to search, sort, create and export various reports to .CSV files on login activity on their Windows servers.

There will be even more things in the reporting and sorting functionality when we release it

Syspeace protects Windows servers, Exchange Servers, Remote Desktop Services, Citrix Servers, Sharepoint servers and more from brute force and dictionary attacks.
Syspeace works on Windows Server 2003, 2008 , 2088 R2 and SBS versions and an officially supported Windows Server 2012 and SQl Server support is underway,

For a free , fully functional trial please se http://www.syspeace.com/downloads.aspx

Syspeace license password reset

Hi, all.

As all of you know, we put a lot of effort and work into getting various features and improvements in place to help you protect your Windows 2003/2008/2008R2 and the Windows Server 2012 support coming up , Terminal Servers, Sharepoint Servers, Citrix Servers, Exchange Servers and so on.

We’re just so into making Syspeace the nr 1 product for intrusion prevention for Windows servers and a natural part of any Windows servers baseline security so that’s where our main focus is.

From time to time, our administrative efforts get left behind.

One of the most common questions , acually by far the most common question, emailed to our support is that when you wanted to buy a license for Syspeace, you’d forgotten your password and we provided you with a password reset link manually.
From one point of view, we’re happy to talk to you guys and help you out but of course, a password reset thing should be automated to help you get your licenses as soon as possible.

So, finally, we’ve now implemented a ”Password reset” feature on the licensing page. Simply fill in the emailaddress you used when you registered and a password reset link will be emailed to you.

We’ve also got the instructions more clearly into the email you receive when you buy a license that you actually won’t have to do anything.

The trial license you’re running will be automatically verified as a valid, live license the next time your Syspeace contacts the license server.

So, in short, you won’t have to wait for a license number to be sent to you since you’ve already got it.

PS. As a heads up, we’ll be releasing the SQL Server support and we’re also working on a GUI feature to easily sort, search, find and export various reports to CSV files D.S.

by Juha Jurvanen

Syspeace 2.0.1 released today!

The new version of Syspeace (2.0.1) was released today.

Here are the release note for Syspeace 2.0.1 and what we’ve fixed in the new version.

Upcoming Syspeace features

Our roadmap ahead is, among other things, to get the SQL Server support in place.

We’re also working on a completely new feature called Access Reports that will give you the ability to trace and export failed and successful logins, export various reports to CSV files and find lots of useful data.

by Juha Jurvanen

Syspeace for Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server

Syspeace for Windows 2003 server released

As many of you already know, we’ve released version 2 that also includes Windows 2003 support and we’ve got great feedback on it.

While introducing version 2, we actually also rewrote a lot of the engine code in the background to make Syspeace more modular for us to implement new features further down the line.

Syspeace for SQL Server

Our next goal is to implement support for SQL Server and see if we’ll be changing how the attacking IP address is geographically presented.
We’ve already started testing and are running it so it will be released shortly. Stay tuned and keep an eye out on http://www.syspeace.com

Syspeace for Windows Server 2012

Alongside with the new beta test, we’re also investigating support for Windows Server 2012.
In essence, Syspeace does work on Windows Server 2012 and we’ve tested it but in some scenarios, the originating IP address isn’t correctly logged by Windows and we’re investigating how to fix a workaround for it.
Basically, it’s not a Syspeace issue but the problem is Windows Server 2012 in itself, and sometimes also in 2008 / 2008 R2.

We’ve come a long way since we released the version 1.10 in July 2012.
We’ve implemented support for more features, we’ve enhanced the speed of the engine and added reporting capabilities and we will continue adding support for more functions and applications and we’ve still got a long to do list with new features and ideas.

Thank you for supporting Syspeace and mailing us your suggestions, impressions and ideas.

Syspeace now also for Windows 2003 Server

We’re happy to annonuce that the 2.0 version of Syspeace now also supports Windows 2003.

A few other changes in there are that the engine is rewritten to be even faster, the GUI has been simplified and we’ve done a few other changes ”under the hood” to make it more modular for future development for new functions.

If you’re looking for an easy to use , cost efficient brute force and dictionary attack intrusion prevention software for Windows Servers on Windows 2003, 2008 2008 R2, 2003 SBS, 2008 SBS and so on.

We have also tested it on Windows 2012 but the official support will come later, but so far though, it has worked as expected.

Once you install Syspeace it protect your Citrix, Sharepoint, Exchange OWA, Terminal Servers and more ..

Have a look at Syspeace.,

The fully working trial is absolutely free for one month