Check Point just updated the R77.30 Jumbo Fix: R77.20 is at ‘take 181’ R77.30 is at ‘take 102’ <–not a good build For CPUSE cloud HotFixes, you can use the following: Check_Point_R77_20_JUMBO_HF_1_Bundle_TXXX.tgz <–substitute the ‘XXX’ for the
Check Point just updated the Jumbo Fixes: R77.20 is at ‘take 180’ R77.30 is at ‘take 98’ For CPUSE cloud HotFixes, you can use the following: Check_Point_R77_20_JUMBO_HF_1_Bundle_TXXX.tgz <–substitute the ‘XXX’ for the Jumbo Fix you need to apply.
At UTC 23:59:60:00 on June 30th 2015, there will be another “leap second.” this means that a one second adjustment will be inserted in order to compensate for the drift between the Earth’s
If you have a User Center account, you can now download the presentations (in .pdf) that were given at CPX this year. CPX Washington DC 2015 Presentations
Wow. Check Point launched a beta version of its Threat Cloud site, and it has some great information and tools (even for non-Check Point customers). On the site they have several categories: ThreatBlog – Looks
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
I got back today from Check Point 2015 SKO (sales kick off) and it was great. We had a day and a half in some of the more technical areas of the product line. The R80 SmartConsole tools are
Posted here is the current upgrade diagram for R75, R76 and R77. With Check Point no longer supporting R70 and R71, the upgrade diagram has simplified…for now.