Implementing Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) for Windows Servers

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I want to beef up security on my server network. I need to install an intrusion detection system which will prevent hackers from taking over the network or compromising it. Could you advise me on the best system I can deploy in a Windows environment to ensure that anyone who attempts to intrude or by-pass security protocols will be prevented from doing so?

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Implementing Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) for Windows Servers

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If you are looking for an intrusion detection system that you can install on your Windows Server, try using KFSensor. It is a Windows-based honeypot intrusion detection system. It acts or serves as a honeypot to identify and attract worms and hackers by simulating or imitating vulnerable system services and Trojans.

By serving as a decoy server, it is capable of redirecting attacks from critical systems and give an advanced level of information that can be accomplished by means of firewalls and NIDS alone. For more information and to purchase, please visit KFSensor by KeyFocus. Another one you can try is the Cyberarms IDDS or Intrusion Detection and Defense System.

It enhances the security by disallowing access to intruders on the network level and provides a pro-active intrusion detection and defense system [IDDS]. It is called pro-active because it not only logs activities but responds to intrusion attempts. When an intrusion or a “bad guy” is identified, the intruder won’t have access to any of your systems that are protected by Cyberarms IDDS.

For more information and to purchase, visit Cyberarms Intrusion Detection and Defense System.

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