is a completely free on-host intrusion detection system.
If you have not installed Cyberarms IDDS before on your system,
please download the ZIP archive and use setup.exe for installation.
The installer will install the latest version of Microsoft .NET
Framework version 4.0 and the current C++ runtime library.
If you are doing an upgrade install, please use the .msi
software installer packet. To avoid a system restart to be
required, simply stop the Cyberarms Intrusion Detection Service and
close the administration program prior installation.
your free Security System:
- For new
installations, start setup.exe. Do not use the .msi file for
- For upgrade installations, use the .msi file for
installation. Stop the Intrusion Detection Service and close the
administration program to avoid a system restart.
- The system
does not protect you "out of the box". To make the system work, you
have to enable the security agents required by your system after
installation (see installation &
configuration). The setup process
dispays the installation guide automatically in a browser window
after installation. Please follow the basic installation
Cyberarms Version 2.2 is available!
The version 2.2 is only available as 64 bit edition. With 2.2 we
have removed licensing and activation and changed our business to a
support based model.
IDDS is completely free to use and to distribute.
Cyberarms Version 2.1 is available!
The Version 2.1 is available as 64 bit and 32 bit download.
Please choose your Windows Server platform. 32 bit editions will
not run on 64 bit systems anymore.
Check the new version out!
- Improved User-Interface
- Dashboard highlighting important numbers and facts
- Better Reporting - advanced filtering per Agent to evaluate the
systems with the most hacking activity
- Up to 5 Locks per day in the Free Edition
License keys for any 2.x version are valid vor this version.
Read about the latest fixes and updates.
Removed licensing and activation.
- Unlocking of Soft/Hardlocks resulted in unlocking
- Hard attacks led to deadlocks of the internal
Agents of base security package registration issue led to
"disabled" agents. This was fixed in 2.1.4.
Version 2.1.3 delivers new security agents for Routing
and Remote Access (RRAS) and a FileMaker. The security agent for
Remote Desktop protection (TLS/SSL agent) was updated to reflect
the new TLS/SSL protocol specification used between Windows Server
2012 and Windows 8 (and higher).
In some circumstances, the SQL Server security agent falsely
denied access to the system. This happened when connecting from the
local host with invalid credentials and named pipes connections.
This issue was resolved with version 2.1.3.
This update contains an agent status icon on the
dashboard to see which agents are enabled. This was introduced to
improve software usability.
Manual removal of IP addresses from the firewall rule resulted in
an unrecoverable state of the lock object. This was corrected with