From Check point’s page: R77.30 was released on May 19, 2015 and it consolidates all previous releases. From within CPUSE: So what is new? Some highlights: Threat Extraction
I have been working with several customers on their Threat Emulation deployment. Check Point has been very aggressive with updating the file types that this Software Blade supports. There was an update a week and a half ago which included
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
R77.20 was released on July 3rd. It addresses a lot of stability issues, which is why I was recommending to my customers that they stay on R75.47 unless they needed some of the new functionality in R77.x. From the
Check Point made some new additions in their release notes that better define the path to R77.10. It looks as though we are reaching a tipping point, in that certain versions on SPlat can be upgraded only if it is
As of May 1st, R71 is officially retired. You did migrate up to R75, R76, or R77, right?
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.
Check Point just updated SK 100173 which references the new OpenSSL vulnerability. According to the SK article the following products are not affected: Security Gateway Security Management Server Multi-Domain Security Management Server Endpoint Security Management Server Endpoint Connect clients SSL
I had a customer whose 12600 recently went bad. Check Point RMA’d the unit, and we had the replacement the next day. The original had extra RAM (Check Point supplied…of course), so I was able to open the appliance…and take
FYI anyone trying to generate a “Domain Management” eval license, the back-end that creates the license file has been down for almost a week. You can send evals to your customers, fill out the information for the eval (IP Address,