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Ryan St. Germain
Will checkpoint support SHA-1 or SHA-256 hashes for custom indicators at some point? 
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Dameon Welch Abernathy
In Europe? We're seeing Ordinypt. In Asia? It's a malware campaign spreading by email in Japan. In the Americas? It's a scripting tool called AutoIt that's spreading a banking trojan. All this and more in this week's Threat Intelligence News! Download: Threat Intelligence News 2017 11 13
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Larry Ashiru
Hello All,   My logs is showing Qbot on my network and some compromised hosts within the network are attempting to connect to a malicious site and operate as a C&C (command and control) server.   What Antibot/ threat prevention policy can I implement to prevent these connection to mitigate any risk.   Attached is snapshot of description.
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Dameon Welch Abernathy
Malaysian mobile users data breach, a TOR browser privacy vulnerability, and using Google search results to push malware top the news in this week's threat intelligence bulletin.     Download: Threat Intelligence News 2017 11 06
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Tony Santana
Hi According to sk37299 and Checkpoint Advisory post below:   https://www.checkpoint.com/defense/advisories/public/2010/sbp-2010-06.html#vulnerability   Why are SMTP Private commands deemed "Unsafe?"   -Tony S. 
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Dameon Welch Abernathy
New cyber-storm clouds are gathering. Check Point Researchers have discovered of a brand new Botnet evolving and recruiting IoT devices at a far greater pace and with more potential damage than the Mirai botnet of 2016. IoT Botnets are Internet connected smart devices which have been infected by the same malware and are controlled by a threat… (Show more)
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Dameon Welch Abernathy
Details about BadRaboot, IiTroops botnet, underground forums being breached, and much more in this week's threat intelligence report!     Download: Threat Intelligence News 2017 10 30  
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Dameon Welch Abernathy
A contractor for the Australian Military was breached using default and easy to guess credentials, a Microsoft Office 0-day involving DDE is in the wild, critical infrastructure in Japan is being attached by a group calling itself "Bronze Butler," and much more in this week's threat intelligence report!    
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Olga Kuts
Hello! Are there any Check Point recommendations for Anti-Virus deep scanning enabling? In terms of performance we understand that performance impact is increasing, but what about security side? Are there some best practices about this? Thanks!
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