VPSBlocks Pty Ltd Releases RDP Shield

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VPSBlocks today announced the release of version 1.0 of RDP Shield, remote desktop brute force protection software.

RDP Shield provides the brute force protection that has been sorely missing from Microsoft's Windows Servers free of charge.

What is RDP Shield?

RDP Shield monitors remote desktop connections and in particular failed login attempts, and blocks an IP when an attack is suspected. It allows the user to configure the number of failures within a certain time to indicate an attack, as well as the amount of time to block an attacker.

RDP Shield runs as a service and starts automatically when your server or computer restarts.

A handy configuration tool sits in the system tray, where you can monitor the service, flush existing blocks and view logs.

RDP Shield is a must have for any server or computer with a publically available remote desktop server.

Remote desktop brute force attacks are on the rise, VPSBlocks started developing RDP Shield to install on their clients systems, and decided to release it as freeware to the wider community in the interests of internet security.

RDP Shield is completely 100% free.

Availability

RDP Shield is available now, and may be downloaded through our web site at http://www.vpsblocks.com.au/RDPShield.aspx
About VPSBlocks Pty Ltd

VPSBlocks is one of Australia's leading VPS providers, founded in 2012 it has quickly become the go to place for 100% SSD and high availability services within Australia.

VPSBlocks distributes RDP Shield 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software.

Contact Information:
Will Kruss: willk(at)vpsblocks(dot)com(dot)au
VPSBlocks Pty Ltd: sales@vpsblocks.com.au
Press Contact: willk(at)vpsblocks(dot)com(dot)au
World Wide Web: http://www.vpsblocks.com.au/RDPShield.aspx
Phone: 1300 839 448

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