Hackers are attacking more and more on the exposed RDP protocol, using exploit to gain full control of computer and to install cryptolocker, ransomware, bitcoin miners, malware, trojan. RDP Security Manager helps to prevent this kind of attacks
Version: 184.108.40.206Hackers are attacking more and more on the exposed RDP protocol, using exploit to gain full control of computer and to install cryptolocker, ransomware, bitcoin miners, malware, trojan.
License: Free To Try $23.00
Operating System: Windows
Brute force attack actions are performed.
To protect yourself, you need a robust VPN or you can use RDP Security Manager, which working in collaboration with the native Windows Firewall, allows you to intercept and block attacks on port 3389, the system intercepts traffic and bans any attack on the port by placing the caller on the blacklist.
RDP Security Manager provides information about the city of origin of the attack by integrating the external IPStack service (an IPStack key is required).
RDP Security Manager manages convenient whitelists and through the control panel on https://central.bitbuster.biz the manager can enable a remote address through a tokens system, in fact allowing only timed single accesses from any authorized location. You can enable any remote address by generating a token that expiry from 1 to 24 hours.
Even if you have a dynamic IP address, you can reach your workstations simply entering in Bitbuster Central where you will find the last workstation ip address: this function is a valid alternative to have a static ip address for any workstation, and make possible a dynamic link from everywhere you are without know in advance the workstations ip address.
If you are searching an alternative to a commercial remote desktop programs, RDP Security Manager registered version can be a right choice: whitelisted addresses and tokens make possibile a sure remote desktop access. Each Bitbuster ID can manage infinite remote machines, from a convenient control panel on Bitbuster Central.
A simple and inexpensive solution to have secure remote access via Remote Desktop without risking exposing everyone to the possibility of massive brute force attacks.
Version 220.127.116.11: Fixed some config bugs.