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Check Point R75.40

Check Point R75.40. What’s New in R75.40   Operating System – Gaia Gaia is Check Point’s next generation operating system for security applications. In Greek mythology, Gaia is the mother of all, representing closely integrated parts to form a single, … Continue reading

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Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Network Firewalls

Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Network Firewalls. The enterprise network firewall market is undergoing a period dynamic evolution, as effective next-generation firewalls are now increasingly necessary. Vendors that have addressed advanced targeted threats have seen gains in the market.

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Check Point Performance Evaluation Utility

Check Point Performance Evaluation Utility This lightweight utility enables you to measure your appliance performance to gain insight on the ongoing throughput and resource utilization.    

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Ginspect

Ginspect  

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fw monitor command reference

fw monitor command reference. # fw monitor Usage: fw monitor [- u|s] [-i] [-d] [-T] <{-e expression}+|-f <filter-file|->> [-l len] [-m mask] [-x offset[,len]] [-o <file>] <[-pi pos] [-pI pos] [-po pos] [-pO pos] | -p all [-a ]> [-ci … Continue reading

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awk weekly – Security rule hits statistics

awk weekly – Security rule hits statistics . Checkpoint awk -F\; ‘ {match($0,/rule: +([0-9]+)/,rules);rule_count[rules[1]]++} END {for (rule_number in rule_count) print ” Rule number: ” rule_number ” Hits: ” rule_count[rule_number]}’ ./fw.log.txt | sort -n -k5 Rule number: Hits: 1197330 Ignore this … Continue reading

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All you need to know about networking in Checkpoint firewall SecurePlatform

All you need to know about networking in Checkpoint firewall SecurePlatform FAQ Q. How do I see available interfaces, errors on them , IP addresses . A. # ifconfig Q. How do I see routing table of the firewall. A. … Continue reading

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