The perfect tool for Remote Desktop Security
Offices are decentralizing. Remote offices and mobile employees are at an all time high. With the increased flexibility that comes with working in a remote environment, there are also increased risks. Malware and Ransomware run rampant on the internet. Login information is vulnerable. Strong passwords and careful users just aren’t enough to ensure security anymore.
TSplus Advanced Security is the intelligent solution. With TSplus Advanced Security, Administrators can use a wide array of flexible tools to control access to remote servers.
Designed by security experts and regularly updated, TSplus Advanced Security stays on the cutting edge of remote desktop security.
With the recent update to Version 4.0, TSplus Advanced Security continues to lead the way in bringing easy to manage, highly configurable security solutions to businesses around the world.
Remote Desktop is used as an integral part of modern businesses. However, the tools that allow you to access your servers wherever you are can also put them at risk.
TSplus Advanced Security provides up to 6 features to protect your servers from cyber attacks.
TSplus Advanced Security 4.0 is available in two editions - TSplus Advanced Security Security Essentials and TSplus Advanced Security Ultimate Protection. Whether you are a small startup or an established global enterprise, TSplus Advanced Security can be scaled to your needs - and your budget.
TSplus Advanced Security Security Essentials provides three types of protection - the basic tools every good administrator needs to control access to corporate remote servers.
TSplus Advanced Security Ultimate Protection includes all the great security features of TSplus Advanced Security Security Essentials and adds three more great features.
- With an access to the 5 last security events, TSplus Advanced Security Homepage is a real dashboard, showing at a glance how secure is your network. Take action without losing any second! It just works out of the box, and displays the most useful data extracted from your server.
If your users are located in the US, UK and Canada, It may not make sense to allow connections from China, India, Iran, or Germany.
Using country based whitelists, Homeland Protection lets administrators quickly and easy restrict incoming connections to the countries necessary for your business operations.
Brute force attacks are one of the oldest tricks in the hacker’s tool kit. Using automated bots, hackers can attempt to force access using password generators. These attacks can number in the hundreds or even thousands of attempts per minute. Even an unsuccessful brute force attack can have negative performance impacts on your server.
Brute Force Defender stops brute force attacks quickly. Your server will no longer have to process thousands of failed login attempts. Brute Force Defender uses a combination of whitelists and limits on failed login attempts to reject brute force attacks before they become a problem.
Easily manage IP addresses from one place with a single list for both blocked and whitelisted IP addresses.
This means that all IPs detected by Homeland and BruteForce protections are centralized here to check, edit, add or remove at your convenience. IP address lists are searchable, making address management easy.
Network security is more complicated than just deciding who can access your servers. Once you have granted access to all the right people, the question becomes: When should the users have access? TSplus Advanced Security Working Hours give administrators the tools limit remote access to only the days and times required for business operations.
With TSplus Advanced Security Secure Desktops, we have taken the guesswork out of RDS Group Policy management. Secure Desktop offers a simple slider interface to choose access policies for users or groups. Each level of security has been meticulously crafted to the IT industry’s best practices standards.
User credentials are always a potential vulnerability. With large scale data breaches happening regularly and user information being exposed by even some of the most trusted internet sources, enforcing extra layers of security is a necessary part of server administration.
Keeping those processes transparent to the end user isn’t always easy. Endpoint Protection offers a simple way to keep your servers safe, even if a user’s credentials have been compromised. With Endpoint Protection, Administrators can link user accounts directly to specific device names. If a user’s credentials become compromised, attackers can’t use them to log in to your servers without a device that is linked to that user.
Ransomware is the most significant of today’s cyber threats. Attackers can encrypt or even permanently delete your data. Paying the ransom is no guarantee that your data will be restored. The best way to deal with ransomware is to stop it before attackers have the chance to disrupt your server. TSplus Advanced Security Ransomware Protection will efficiently detect and block ransomware attacks.
TSplus Advanced Security instantly warns you as soon as it detects a ransomware activity on your system, providing you with the list of the infected items to quarantine. You get detailed information about the attack source to avoid this issue in the future. You can easily whitelist the programs you know as safe via the “Advanced Settings” tab.
* - These features available only in TSplus Advanced Security Ultimate Protection Edition
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This trial version includes all TSplus Advanced Security Ultimate Protection features, free to use for 2 weeks.
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- If “Homeland Protection” is enabled, then you are blocked because you are not accessing the server from an authorized country.
What is(are) the authorized country(ies)? Then connect from an IP in this(these) authorized country(ies).
- If “Brute Force Attacks Protection” is enabled, then you are blocked because you tried to connect too many times with wrong credentials.
Try to connect with correct right credentials from another IP address
It is interesting to know that local IP addresses are NEVER blocked by TSplus Advanced Security, so one way to connect to your server could be to create a new server in your Cloud and set it up to be in the same local network (“vlan”) as your blocked server.
Would you like to know more? Don't forget to check TSplus Advanced Security Datasheet and Documentation.