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John_Yee
John_Yee inside Endpoint Security Products 4 hours ago
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Media Encryption Offline Access Tool for Mac version 10.15/Catalina

Is there a version of the tool that supports Catalina yet?The latest version I see available is from March of 2019.
Soeren_Rothe
Soeren_Rothe inside Remote Access Solutions 7 hours ago
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C2S - strongSwan (Roadwarrior) and R80.30 - working

******************************WORKING RELEASES:Fedora 31 (strongSwan 5.7.2/K5.3.11-300.fc31)openSUSE 15.1openSUSE Tumbleweed (strongSwan Version 5.6.4)******************************Before you begin, please make sure you have a working Remote Access environment using one of the Check Point Endpoint Clients (Windows / MacOS). This is a guide to connect a Linux VPN Client based on strongSwan to your Check Point environment, using certificates from the InternalCA.----------------------Attention:- You might adjust the MTU settings manually because this is not done by strongSwan- right=%defaultroute does not work for me, I need to enter my Client IP Address- if possible use Libreswan, it works better and easier to configure----------------------Gateway / SmartCenter The first step is to export the Check Point VPN Gateway Certificate from the SmartCenter. Also create a local User in SmartDashboard and export the User p12 Certificate.R80.30 Jumbo Take 76 - Standalone Firewall VPN Object: home-fwVPN Certificate: defaultCertEncryption Domain: 192.168.0.0/24 1)Export the Firewall p12 VPN Certificate (home-fw) from the SmartCenter. To check the Certificate name, open the FW object in SmartDashboard - IPSec VPN - Certificate Nickname  (usually defaultCert) Usage: export_p12 -obj <network object> -cert <certobj> -file <filename> -passwd <password> Mgmt# export_p12 -obj home-fw -cert defaultCert -f home-fw.p12 -passwd 123456 A file named "home-fw.p12" will be generated. Copy this over to the Linux VM.2)In the User object create a p12 certificate and copy the file over to the Linux VM. For example: soeren.p12Make sure that this user is part of the Remote Access community, you can check if the connections works with a Check Point VPN Client using Username / PW for example. openSUSE1) Install and configure strongSwan using yast # sudo yast 2) Now it is time to convert the P12 to PEM files and place them in the correct folder 1) Convert User Certificate # openssl pkcs12 -in soeren.p12 -out soeren.pem -clcerts -nokeys 2) Extract private Key from User Certificate # openssl pkcs12 -in soeren.p12 -out soeren.key.pem -nocerts -nodes 3) Convert Firewall Certificate # openssl pkcs12 -in home-fw.p12 -out home-fw.pem -clcerts -nokeys 4) copy PEM files to /etc/ipsec.d # sudo cp soeren.pem /etc/ipsec.d/certs # sudo cp home-fw.pem /etc/ipsec.d/certs # sudo cp soeren.key.pem /etc/ipsec.d/private 3) enable and start strongSwan.  # systemctl enable strongswan # systemctl start strongswan # systemctl status strongswan # only status information 4) Edit the main configuration file /etc/ipsec.conf # sudo vi /etc/ipsec.conf  # ipsec.conf - strongSwan IPsec configuration file # basic configuration config setup # strictcrlpolicy=yes # uniqueids = no # charondebug=1 # Add connections here. conn home # Right side is stronSwan - RoadWarrior right=172.20.10.13 # Client IP Address or try %defaultroute rightcert=soeren.pem # Certificate filename of the user - from /etc/ipsec.d/certs # Left side is Check Point left=46.89.4.xxx # put here your Gateway IP Address leftsubnet=192.168.0.0/24 # put here your company's network range or 0.0.0.0/0 for any leftcert=home-fw.pem # Certificate filename of the FW - from /etc/ipsec.d/certs leftid=192.168.0.1 # Check Point responds with the Main IP Address from the FW Object # config type=tunnel keyingtries=3 authby=rsasig ike=aes256-sha1-modp1024 # check if IKE P1 parameters are allowed under Global Prop. - RA esp=aes128-sha1 # check if IKE P2 parameters are allowed ikelifetime=8h # IKE Lifetime 8h for IKE Phase P1 IMPORTANT lifetime=1h # SA Lifetime 1h for IKE Phase P2 IMPORTANT keyexchange=ikev1 # use IKEv1 auto=add ******************************Attention:You need to change "leftid=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" to the IP Address which is configured as the Main IP Address of the Firewall Object in SmartDashboard. If the IP Address is not correct, the Logfile will show an error like this:received end entity cert "O=home-fw..22erwk, CN=home-fw VPN Certificate"IDir '192.168.0.1' does not match to 'O=home-fw..22erwk, CN=home-fw VPN Certificate'deleting IKE_SA home[1] between 172.20.10.13[O=home-fw..22erwk, OU=users, CN=soeren]...46.89.4.xxx[%any]sending DELETE for IKE_SA home[1]generating INFORMATIONAL_V1 request 2100344439 [ HASH D ]sending packet: from 172.20.10.13[4500] to 46.89.4.xxx[4500] (92 bytes)establishing connection 'home' failedThe meaning of the error: leftid must be "192.168.0.1" in this example******************************5) Edit /etc/ipsec.secrets and add the private Key from your User # sudo vi /etc/ipsec.secrets  # # ipsec.secrets # # This file holds the RSA private keys or the PSK preshared secrets for # the IKE/IPsec authentication. See the ipsec.secrets(5) manual page. # : RSA /etc/ipsec.d/private/soeren.key.pem 6) start strongSwan # sudo ipsec start 7) Initiate the connection # sudo ipsec up home 8 ) For troubleshooting, always run this after modifying /etc/ipsec.conf # sudo ipsec restart # sudo ipsec up home 9) Troubleshooting command # sudo ipsec statusall 10) Logfile from working setup soeren@linux-4suj:~> sudo ipsec up home initiating Main Mode IKE_SA home[2] to 46.89.4.xxx generating ID_PROT request 0 [ SA V V V V V ] sending packet: from 172.20.10.13[500] to 46.89.4.xxx[500] (240 bytes) received packet: from 46.89.4.xxx[500] to 172.20.10.13[500] (124 bytes) parsed ID_PROT response 0 [ SA V V ] received FRAGMENTATION vendor ID received NAT-T (RFC 3947) vendor ID generating ID_PROT request 0 [ KE No NAT-D NAT-D ] sending packet: from 172.20.10.13[500] to 46.89.4.xxx[500] (244 bytes) received packet: from 46.89.4.xxx[500] to 172.20.10.13[500] (432 bytes) parsed ID_PROT response 0 [ KE No CERTREQ CERTREQ CERTREQ NAT-D NAT-D NAT-D ] received cert request for unknown ca 'O=home-fw..22erwk' ignoring certificate request without data local host is behind NAT, sending keep alives remote host is behind NAT authentication of 'O=home-fw..22erwk, OU=users, CN=soeren' (myself) successful sending end entity cert "O=home-fw..22erwk, OU=users, CN=soeren" generating ID_PROT request 0 [ ID CERT SIG N(INITIAL_CONTACT) ] sending packet: from 172.20.10.13[4500] to 46.89.4.xxx[4500] (988 bytes) received packet: from 46.89.4.xxx[4500] to 172.20.10.13[4500] (940 bytes) parsed ID_PROT response 0 [ ID CERT SIG V ] received DPD vendor ID received end entity cert "O=home-fw..22erwk, CN=home-fw VPN Certificate" no issuer certificate found for "O=home-fw..22erwk, CN=home-fw VPN Certificate" issuer is "O=home-fw..22erwk" using trusted certificate "O=home-fw..22erwk, CN=home-fw VPN Certificate" authentication of '192.168.0.1' with RSA_EMSA_PKCS1_NULL successful IKE_SA home[2] established between 172.20.10.13[O=home-fw..22erwk, OU=users, CN=soeren]...46.89.4.xxx[192.168.0.1] scheduling reauthentication in 28150s maximum IKE_SA lifetime 28690s generating QUICK_MODE request 2852597160 [ HASH SA No ID ID ] sending packet: from 172.20.10.13[4500] to 46.89.4.xxx[4500] (204 bytes) received packet: from 46.89.4.xxx[4500] to 172.20.10.13[4500] (172 bytes) parsed QUICK_MODE response 2852597160 [ HASH SA No ID ID ] CHILD_SA home{2} established with SPIs c9f7a279_i dc7aff75_o and TS 172.20.10.13/32 === 192.168.0.0/24 generating QUICK_MODE request 2852597160 [ HASH ] sending packet: from 172.20.10.13[4500] to 46.89.4.xxx[4500] (60 bytes) connection 'home' established successfully *Note openSUSE*- perform a reboot if there is no output by running the "ipsec" commands.- after a reboot run "# sudo ipsec restart", otherwise an error show up like described belowFor example: soeren@linux-guki:~> sudo ipsec up home initiating Main Mode IKE_SA home[1] to 172.20.10.11 no private key found for '192.168.0.1' configuration uses unsupported authentication tried to checkin and delete nonexisting IKE_SA establishing connection 'home' failed soeren@linux-guki:~> sudo ipsec restart Stopping strongSwan IPsec... Starting strongSwan 5.6.0 IPsec [starter]... soeren@linux-guki:~> sudo ipsec up home initiating Main Mode IKE_SA home[1] to 46.89.4.xxx generating ID_PROT request 0 [ SA V V V V V ] sending packet: from 172.20.10.11[500] to 46.89.4.xxx[500] (240 bytes) received packet: from 46.89.4.xxx[500] to 172.20.10.11[500] (124 bytes) then it works...    MTU SIZEFind out the Interface Name and actual MTU size soeren@linux-4suj:/etc> ip link show | grep mtu 1: lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 65536 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN mode DEFAULT group default qlen 1000 2: ens33: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc pfifo_fast state UP mode DEFAULT group default qlen 1000 Establish the VPN connection and find out the max MTU size soeren@linux-4suj:/etc> ping -c 3 -M do -s 1500 192.168.0.20 PING 192.168.0.20 (192.168.0.20) 1500(1528) bytes of data. ping: local error: message too long, mtu=1422 ping: local error: message too long, mtu=1422 ping: local error: message too long, mtu=1422 In this example the max MTU size is: 1394 (+28 = 1422) soeren@linux-4suj:/etc> sudo ip link set ens33 mtu 1394 Re-establish the VPN connection. # sudo ipsec restart # sudo ipesc up home 
DP3049
DP3049 inside Endpoint Security Products 12 hours ago
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Endpoint Security E80.89, OSX 10.15, no MFA challenge.

Hi Mates,I have Endpoint Security E80.89 running on MacBook Pro on OSX 10.15 (Catalina). When trying to connect via VPN to the corporate server, using Username and password authentication, I do not get the expected MFA challenge, nor do I get the SMS with the authenticate code. This worked on previous versions of both Endpoint Security and OSX, and currently works on my corporate Wintel laptop. I have disabled both firewall and Anti-virus for testing, no change.Any suggestions please?Kind regards,Dave.
Marcus_Halmsjo
Marcus_Halmsjo inside Endpoint Security Products yesterday
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Removed uninstall password

Hi,I am having a problem with uninstallation of EPS client that got stuck and now when anything that has to change the old files it prompts for the uninstall password and that is removed...Our configured password does not work and neither does "secret".Tried running the Microsoft tool "Program Install and Uninstall Troubleshooter" that i found as suggestion on other problems and it found and fixed "something" and now Check Point Endpoint Security does not show up under programs and features, though it still prompts for the uninstall password if i try to install the new EPS client.Still have keys under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\CheckPoint\Endpoint Securitylike "installed" for Anti-Malware is sett to 1 though i can't touch these since they are locked.Any idea on how i can forcibly remove EPS and reinstall new?
Soeren_Rothe
Soeren_Rothe inside Remote Access Solutions yesterday
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C2S - Libreswan 3.23 (Roadwarrior) and R80.30 - working

******************************WORKING RELEASES:CentOS 8.0Fedora 31Mint 19.2Ubuntu 18.04.03 LTSUbuntu 19.10******************************Before you begin, please make sure you have a working Remote Access environment using one of the Check Point Endpoint Clients (Windows / MacOS). This is a guide to connect a Linux VPN Client based on Libreswan to your Check Point environment, using certificates from the InternalCA.Beginning with libreswan all certificates are stored in the NSS database, therefore we need all certificates (User and CP GW) in P12. Linux Mint 19.21) Download the ISO Image linuxmint-19.2-cinnamon-64bit.iso which uses libreswan: 3.23 (netkey)2) After Mint 19.2 Linux was installed, install the latest libreswan binary using # sudo apt-get install libreswan 3) Initialize the NSS Database  # sudo ipsec initnss 4) check Database by running # sudo certutil -L -d sql:/var/lib/ipsec/nss Gateway / SmartCenter The first step is to export the Check Point VPN Gateway Certificate from the SmartCenter. Also create a local User in SmartDashboard and export the User p12 Certificate.R80.30 Jumbo Take 76 - Standalone Firewall VPN Object: home-fwVPN Certificate: defaultCertEncryption Domain: 192.168.0.0/24  1) Export the Firewall p12 VPN Certificate (home-fw) from the SmartCenter. To check the Certificate name, open the FW object in SmartDashboard - IPSec VPN - Certificate Nickname  (usually defaultCert).Run in CLI (bash) on the SmartCenter: Usage: export_p12 -obj <network object> -cert <certobj> -file <filename> -passwd <password> Mgmt# export_p12 -obj home-fw -cert defaultCert -f home-fw.p12 -passwd 123456 A file named "home-fw.p12" will be generated. Copy this over to the Linux VM.2) In the User object create a p12 certificate and copy the file over to the Linux VM. For example: soeren.p12Make sure that this user is part of the Remote Access community, you can check if the connections works with a Check Point VPN Client using Username / PW for example. Linux Mint 19.2Now it is time to import the certificates and to do the libreswan config1)Both p12 certificates home-fw.p12 and soeren.p12 are imported using the command "ipsec import"  # sudo ipsec import home-fw.p12 # sudo ipsec import soeren.p12 The following command should display all certificates, also the Certificate Nicknames. The Nickname is important for the libreswan configuration later on. # sudo certutil -L -d sql:/var/lib/ipsec/nss # sudo certutil -L -d sql:/etc/ipsec.d # Fedora # CentOS  soeren.p12 uses the Certificate Nickname "soeren" and home-fw.p12 uses the Certificate Nickname "defaultCert".2)In /etc/ipsec.conf only enable the logging.  # sudo vi /etc/ipsec.conf # /etc/ipsec.conf - Libreswan IPsec configuration file # # Manual: ipsec.conf.5 config setup # Normally, pluto logs via syslog. If you want to log to a file, # specify below or to disable logging, eg for embedded systems, use # the file name /dev/null # Note: SElinux policies might prevent pluto writing to a log file at # an unusual location. logfile=/var/log/pluto.log # # Do not enable debug options to debug configuration issues! # # plutodebug "all", "none" or a combation from below: # "raw crypt parsing emitting control controlmore kernel pfkey # natt x509 dpd dns oppo oppoinfo private". # Note: "private" is not included with "all", as it can show confidential # information. It must be specifically specified # examples: # plutodebug="control parsing" # plutodebug="all crypt" # Again: only enable plutodebug when asked by a developer # plutodebug=none # # NAT-TRAVERSAL support # exclude networks used on server side by adding %v4:!a.b.c.0/24 # It seems that T-Mobile in the US and Rogers/Fido in Canada are # using 25/8 as "private" address space on their wireless networks. # This range has never been announced via BGP (at least up to 2015) virtual_private=%v4:10.0.0.0/8,%v4:192.168.0.0/16,%v4:172.16.0.0/12,%v4:25.0.0.0/8,%v4:100.64.0.0/10,%v6:fd00::/8,%v6:fe80::/10 # There is also a lot of information in the manual page, "man ipsec.conf" # # It is best to add your IPsec connections as separate files in /etc/ipsec.d/ include /etc/ipsec.d/*.conf 3) Create a new file called "ra.conf" and "ra.secrets" in /etc/ipsec.d/ #sudo touch /etc/ipsec.d/ra.conf #sudo touch /etc/ipsec.d/ra.secrets 4) edit the /etc/ipsec.d/ra.conf file  #sudo vi /etc/ipsec.d/ra.confconn home # Right side is libreswan - RoadWarrior right=%defaultroute # or IP address of the Client rightcert=soeren # Certificate Nickname of the users rightid=%fromcert # Certificate ID # Left side is Check Point left=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx # put here your Gateway IP Address leftsubnet=192.168.0.0/24 # put here your company's network range or 0.0.0.0/0 for any leftcert=defaultCert # Certificate Nickname of the CP GW leftid=%fromcert # Certificate ID # config type=tunnel keyingtries=3 disablearrivalcheck=no authby=rsasig #ike=aes256-sha1;modp1536 # force AES256, SHA1; DH5 in IKE Phase 1 #phase2alg=aes128-sha1 # force AES128, SHA1 in IKE Phase 2 ikelifetime=8h # IKE Lifetime 8h for IKE Phase P1 salifetime=1h # SA Lifetime 1h for IKE Phase P2 pfs=no # No PFS in IKE Phase 2 mtu=1400 # lower MTU size, if not, several Web Sites won't be accessible ikev2=no # IKEv2 is not supported by Check Point in RemoteAccess keyexchange=ike auto=route 5) Start ipsec with systemctl # systemctl enable ipsec # systemctl start ipsec # systemctl status ipsec (to check if ipsec was started successfully) 6) Initiate VPN connection to Check Point Gateway # sudo ipsec auto --add home # systemctl restart ipsec # sudo ipsec auto --up home Connection from Client was successfully initialized. 7 ) Logs from Check Point GUII still need to test DPD (Dead Peer Detection). If the VPN is removed from the CP side, the connection won't be re-established from libreswan.
omr
omr inside Endpoint Security Products yesterday
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Network Unidentified with Endpoint Security

Hi all, I have a issue with etsablishing Network connections on Laptops which have the Checkpoint Endpoint Security installed.If i connect to a wlan network the network identification takes forever and ultimately fails.The problem does not exist permanently and not with every connection, but it doesn't occur at all if the checkpoint client is uninstalled (this is why I think it is related to the client).I use and have testet version 80.95 and 81.30.The installed blades (though some only have minimal configuration/restrictions) are:Media EncryptionForensicAnti-BotThreat Extraction and EmulationComplianceURL FlteringFirewallApplication ControlVPN Did any of you have similar problems or any idea what could be the cause? 

Client Capsule VPN on IOS or ANDROID -- Routing all traffics in VPN Tunnel

Is there a way to active the all routing traffics in the VPN Tunnel for a IOS Client Capsule like the Endpoint VPN client ?Thanks/nj  
ake_schmidi
ake_schmidi inside Endpoint Security Products yesterday
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kernel panic macOS 10.15 Beta (19A526h) Catalina

Hello TogetherI have with the latest beta of macOS Catalina some kernel panics when macOS is starting up.Installed versions:Endpoint Security: E80.89macOS: 10.15 Beta (19A526h)Is there already a new version? Or does anyone have a workaround?
Help_Desk_Help_
Help_Desk_Help_ inside Remote Access Solutions yesterday
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SSL SNX macos catalina support

hello all ,some users upgraded their macbook to the latest macos catalina , and since then they can no longer connect to ssl using their installed network extender.We have gaia r77.30 take 317 and the mabda sk113410.Any suggestion will be welcome. I assume Checkpoint will offer a new mabda version in the near future,thank you 
Jeff_Gao
Jeff_Gao inside Endpoint Security Products Sunday
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Endpoint Security client license is not available

Dear all        I have install endpoint client,but the client prompt "The Endpoint Security client license is not available.Contact your administrator",as follow: But i have install eval license and windows client also can connect to smartendpoint server.I also try update ,but can not update windows client can connect to smartendpoint server by 443.What is the reason?thanks!
abihsot__
abihsot__ inside Remote Access Solutions Saturday
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MAB - disable web credentials popup

Hello,is there a way to disable "web credentials" popup for particular web application in Mobile Access (R80.20)?  

Non-domain joined laptop & EPS installation - Failed to send register message to the server

We have half a dozen laptops that are not on the domain that we'd like to protect with EPS Client.I've created a Virtual Group on the Endpoint Server for Non Domain Joined Laptops & downloaded the package from the rule that associates the group.Installing on the Win 10 Home laptop is successful (running via CMD msiexec /i "DRIVE:\path_to_EPS.msi_file\EPS.msi" /l*v C:\EPS_install.log) but I've got the error message "Endpoint Security Client failed to send register message to the server. Contact your administrator".As the laptop is not on the domain it won't see the EPS server the same way all previously deployed clients have. Is there a way to point this non joined laptop to our server's external IP - or is there another way to get the laptop talking to the server?Thanks in advanced!
Gaurav_Pandya
Gaurav_Pandya inside Remote Access Solutions Friday
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File Share Application in Mobile Access SSL VPN

Hi All,Below are the steps to implement File share application with Mobile Access SSL VPN.Create File share Application.Configure Target IP in which Sharing file/ application located.Give proper pathAllow this application in Mobile access rule & you will find this application after connecting to SSL VPN.

R80.30 - Viewing SmartView as a web application via SSL VPN portal (non-native)

Hi,I can view SmartView via full VPN, and also via Capsule VPN.But on a host where that is not an option, I have tried to enable access as a web application.It almost works(!) , but when I click on the link via the SSL VPN, the page attempts to load, I see a spinner in the middle of the screen and the tab at the top of the Chrome browser shows the SmartView text and colour scheme but the login screen never actually appears.When I had a look in the logs I can see that when I access via full VPN, my office mode address is the source.  Over SSL VPN, it shows the IP of either of the two firewalls as part of the cluster, which makes sense, but these are allowed. I see no blocks.Has anyone had any luck getting this to work?Howard
abihsot__
abihsot__ inside Remote Access Solutions Thursday
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CVPND process consumes 100% CPU

Hi There, I have a problem - during policy push cvpnd process is going 100% for 30 seconds during which existing or new connections are not served and users get page not displayed error. I checked debug of cvpnd process and my findings are that 98% of the lines (out of 2 millions) are:[12609][23 Apr 17:35:12][ROLES] [ROLES (NAC::IS::TD::Events)] NAC::IS::ROLE_MATCHER_API::RangeList::intersect: no intersection[12609][23 Apr 17:35:12][ROLES] [ROLES (NAC::IS::TD::Events)] NAC::IS::ROLE_MATCHER_API::RangeList::intersect: intersecting: [x.x.x.x.,x.x.x.x] and [x.x..x.x,x.x..x.x.x.][12609][23 Apr 17:35:12][ROLES] [ROLES (NAC::IS::TD::Events)] NAC::IS::ROLE_MATCHER_API::RangeList::intersect: no intersection What is this ROLE_MATCHER_API doing? It seems it is flooding the process hence it is busy with 100% load. R80.20 latest JHF 
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