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How to configure OpsMgr for intrusion detection and security hardening

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Another great article from Kevin Holman, this time Kevin explains how to configure Opsmgr to alert you when security is compromised.

Because I have a lab, that is exposed to the internet over port 3389, I get a LOT of hacking attempts on this lab. Mostly the source is from bots running on other compromised systems. These bots just do brute force attacks against the typical Admin accounts and passwords via RDP. In this article, I am going to show how OpsMgr can not only alert on this condition, but also respond by configuring the Windows Firewall to block these attacks.

Read more at: “Using OpsMgr for intrusion detection and security hardening

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April 12, 2010 at 8:40 PM

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