The Check Point multi-portal provides connectivity for SSL VPN connections, WebUI (GAIA web portal) as well as end-users using the Check Point Mobile client. Which ciphers you are using becomes incredibly important during an audit, for demonstrating compliance, or even
Re-upping our partner status. I’ve passed the CCSA/CCSE certifications for at least six or more versions over the years. Decided to try this one with minimal studying. Had an older R80.x CCSA manual on Kortext that I brushed up on.
So ChatGPT 3.5 did not contain Check Point commands. ChatGPT 4 does include some Check Point commands. I’ve been trying to use it over the past few months with mixed (unreliable) results. Here is a recent example: fw ctl license?
It’s been almost six months since the R81.20 (Titan) release. On April 30th Check Point finally released its first Jumbo Hot Fix. Seemed like a really long time to see a first Jumbo as ‘Recommended’ in CPUSE, but hey it’s
This is what it looks like when the Autonomous Policy dies in R81.10 …and in R81.20 More to come after I find a workaround.
Less than $50 USD for all of this. Going to have some fun in the lab.
Amazing partnership offer from Cloudflare and Yubikey. $10 Yubikeys? Yes please. Start here: https://blog.cloudflare.com/making-phishing-defense-seamless-cloudflare-yubico/ <–Great article BTW You will receive an offer via email that looks like this: You will be sent a one-time code to redeem on the site.
There is a lot of great stuff in R81.10. As more people are moving to it they are seeing that SmartConsole now automatically updates itself by default. This is covered briefly in SK171315 along with possible admin-rights that might interrupt
Rumored that this is the new Check Point logo. Wow. After almost 30 years.
It looks like sometimes a management server will not download/receive the updated list of countries for Updateable Objects. I’ve seen this in R80.20 and R80.30. *Update: looks like this error can appear in R80.40 and R81 as well. This problem