This was absolutely amazing. It will be interesting to see what happens in the next few days. Palo Alto Networks has never been profitable. Is it possible their number is up? So little re-investment in
Had a Check Point SE forward this to me: GAIA Embedded R77.20.50 now includes support for SandBlast. This is really cool and unexpected. Did I miss this in one of the SKO presentations last month? With this update, the
Sums up the past few days.
Not an April 1st joke. Here is the portal page for R80: R80 General Availability Release Three main features they are taking about: Unified Policy Efficient, automated operation Integrated threat Management So who
My hosting company screwed up a backend configuration. The result is that the ‘search’ function and ‘pages’ listing has disappeared. I will be moving to a new theme in the next few days. In the meantime you may have to
“A security company that focuses on marketing is really just a marketing company” – Greg Young, Gartner Group Amen.
Awesome. Does this on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. Separate downloads, verified checksum. I suppose it is EA, but still, no fun.
I wouldn’t normally recommend using a gateway as a DHCP server (most environments don’t need to), but it can be useful in a smaller environment or lab scenario. Getting R77.20 GAiA setup to provide addresses is a whole other topic.
I suppose there is something to be said for “turnkey” solutions like the 2012 Appliances. Wonder how long it will take me to figure this one out.
So I have been updating the Check Point IPS signatures in my lab more aggressively lately, and flipped (almost all) of them into “protect” mode. I have noticed some of the signatures are detecting issues with some well known products