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  • 800XL
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    Re: Ways to stop a brute force attack in Windows environment?

    Originally posted by bascule
    What web/FTP server platform are you talking about anyway, IIS?
    Yes, this is a IIS v5 and v6 web farm.

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  • converge
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    Re: Ways to stop a brute force attack in Windows environment?

    If IIS, check out Microsoft's urlscan download ... well .. assuming that is still viable. My practical IIS dates by .. 5 years now?

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  • bascule
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    Re: Ways to stop a brute force attack in Windows environment?

    What web/FTP server platform are you talking about anyway, IIS?

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  • ^Dash^
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    Re: Ways to stop a brute force attack in Windows environment?

    Sells such a solution? eew...

    Read these articles here and here before starting to buy stuff.

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  • 800XL
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    Ways to stop a brute force attack in Windows environment?

    I am looking for either software (Windows) or hardware solution that will detect HTTP/FTP login brute force attack and block the source IP.

    So far I only found SecureSphere appliance by Impreva, a company I've never hear of.

    Do you guys know of reliable vendor who sells such a solution? Thanks in advance!
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