In the era of information, we live our lives in a world of balances, balances between what we want and what we need, we WANT to be included, granted access, given chances; to thrive, accomplish and progress, so we want inclusion. But at the same time we NEED safety, security, staying exclusive, so we NEED exclusion. What is the IT doctors' ovrder for achieving such balance between the wants and the needs? A choice, an informed choice, a software that can give you a chance to determine the what, the who, the where, the when, and the why of including some, and excluding many. That is EXACTLY what we are proud to give you at SUNFIREWALL.COM . In this article, we address THE WHO part, the countries in remote desktop protection, to be specific, and protection of any other port for that matter, that we want included or excluded.
We established that we need exclusion to advance in the business world of IT, since if we don't, our very livelihood is in immediate danger of being stolen, by malevolent spies being after our intellectual property. How? By launching brute force attack in high speed and volume, trying to crack the username and password assigned by authorized users of different software we use, Remote Desktop being one.zso we need a blacklisting system, that gives us the option of blocking any number of IPs we determine as a potential hacker, the number being as small as one or two, or being as high as the IP population of an entire country, that is where the Black Country in remote desktop protection/port secuirty feature of sunfirewall.com comes in handy.
We always have our reason for wanting someone or something excluded, the list could be quite long actually, when their presence means extra money, effort, stress; the reason could be professional, personal, or even political. Almost the same goes for Remote Desktop, or any other software whose port access codes can be cracked. What we want from our remote desktop/software protection protocol is all that is necessary to keep our costs, efforts, time and worries to a minimum, regarding the safety of the intellectual property we share or process through it. So let's go through how each of these factors would be counted as a reason why we would want a country marked a black country in remote desktop protection/software security system of our choice.
One of the features we are proud to offer in SUN FIREWALL is introducing IPs as suspected users when they make attempts at getting the username and password right more than a certain number of times. Another point of pride with us is sorting these IPs out by the country they try to log in from.So by using SunFirewall as your remote desktop protection software -which not only shields you from attack to your Remote Desktop port ,3389, but any other port- you get to determine what countries are posing the biggest number of threats to your system, and block them in the black country feature. This way you will both eliminate a large volume of excessive entry processing traffic to your site, and eliminate a country that is potentially dangerous for your system at the same time.
In our efforts to protect you from potential harms of using Remote Desktop port or any port, similarly, we have provided a feature called Black Country in the remote desktop protection/open port security software, SUN FIREWALL experts have worked hard to design. Here's how it works, a list of countries is presented in the Black Country section in the menu, you check the box next to each, and it blocks all the IPs trying to log into your system from that country. An interesting feature it has is that you can tell from how long it takes to blacklist the country that how much attack is currently coming from it. Which shows both how big of a threat that country is, and how big of a burden its entry processing traffic is on the performance capacity of our cyber system, both reasons why you want them marked a black country in remote desktop protection/cyber security system you use.
There are times when you don’t decide to exclude countries, for being useless or threatening, but for money-related political reasons. See, Cyber systems exist for a sole purpose, providing an information storage and processing tool that leads to making money. So economics is the very reason for the existence of the Remote Desktop, or any other cyber port for that matter. And it's directly influenced by the politics of a country, which can be ruled as harmful and dangerous for the global economic community, leading to sanctions being set against that country. So for political reasons you are not allowed to work with a country. Then, it would be quite convenient if you could mark them as one of the black countries in remote desktop protection/cyber port security of your choice.