Windows High Risk Ports

Do you want to stop Hackers from exploiting your desktops or servers?
Once on the inside of your network, attackers typically push payloads, establish sessions and run tools on remote Windows machines by connecting to high risk ports like (139,445 & 3389). In this video I’ll show you what happens when you control access to one of these ports. If you want to learn which ports must be controlled and what happens when you restrict access, you have to watch this video.

Why you need Managed Security Services?

Most networks are compromised as a result of the most common, textbook vulnerabilities. These are not sophisticated hacks requiring deep infiltration or complex exploit code. Most are exploited through “low hanging fruit” like:

Legacy protocols
Lack of security policies

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