mobileFX Spartan RDP Guard Alternatives

    mobileFX Spartan RDP Guard is described as 'intrusion detection system (IDS) and host-based intrusion prevention system (HIPS) implemented as a Windows 64-bit or 32-bit Service with location-based attack reporting and instant notifications' and is an app in the Security & Privacy category. There are more than 10 alternatives to mobileFX Spartan RDP Guard for Windows, Linux, Online / Web-based, Self-Hosted solutions and Mac. The best alternative is Fail2ban, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like mobileFX Spartan RDP Guard are SSHGuard (Free, Open Source), IPBan (Free, Open Source), Denyhosts (Free, Open Source) and Cyberarms Intrusion Detection and Defense (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated May 18, 2021

    1. Protected against RDP-Brute forcers. It installs a service which scans the event log for anomalies every 30 seconds (by default).


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    2. e.guardo protects your RDP, MSSQL, FTP, SMTP, EXCHANGE, OWA, LYNC, MICROSOFT DYNAMICS CRM, SHAREPOINT and many more services from Brute Force and Dictionary Attacks
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    3. Syspeace automatically blocks brute force attacks primarily for Windows Servers with good information in the admin mils telling you DNS names, country of origin and username used for the attack.
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    4. win2ban is a Fail2ban implementation for Windows systems. It is a packaging of Fail2ban, Python, Cygwin, Winlogbeat and many other related tools to make it a complete and ready-to-use solution for brute-force attack protection.
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    5. Lit Fuse Intrusion Detection (LID) protects your Windows system from brute force attacks and other intrusion attempts by placing a brick wall between your server and would-be hackers.

    6. DDoS Protection tool. Anti DDoS Guardian stops DDoS attacks for Windows servers, it prevents Remote Desktop Connection brute force attacks, Slow HTTP Get&Post attacks, SYN flood, TCP flood, UDP flood, ICMP flood, bandwidth attacks, etc.
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