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
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
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 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
R77 is now available for download. Check Point had been running an R77 banner for several weeks, and it looks like the download is now available. Stability fixes from R75.46 (not R75.47) and R76 are included. Here is a quick
Check Point made an announcement regarding the next version of VSX this morning. Looks like VSX has been renamed to “Virtual Systems” and will support the software blade architecture. This means we will now get full functionality (hopefully) for the
It has been reported in a few places that the R75 CCSA and CCSE exams should be available now. I went out to Pearson VUE’s page this morning to verify, and both of the exams are currently available.
If you were at CPX you saw the announcement regarding R75.40. GAIA has been in the works for over three years, and is now officially here. The following link will take you to the R75.40 portal page. Lots of new
On Check Point’s page today there was an announcement that NSS had completed an evaluation and certification of R75 as the first true Next Generation Firewall (NGFW). Apparently there is a group test that was completed, and so far only
R75 was posted on December 26th. The main feature here is the new Application Control Blade. Should be fun stuff. *Update – Looks like the update is 1.2 gig. Taking a little longer to get this into my lab.