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CheckMaters, we have good news for you: R80.30 EA Production Program is now open for registration!
R80.30, part of the Check Point Infinity architecture, delivers the most innovative and effective security that keeps our customers protected against large scale, fifth generation cyber threats.
We barely have R80.20 in GA and it's not yet in the recommended packages over R80.10. Whate are the features that are going to be in R80.30 that justify an iteration, except I suppose going on kernel 3.10 for everything?
Safe to assume 3.10 kernel on everything is one feature.
As for the other features, not sure we've made the list public yet, but it's a reasonable sized list of new features.
True...but after that statement, and perhaps also the discussion, they did start a Public EA. If you start testing (private EA preferred, if not than public EA) you’re better prepared for the GA and it will also benefit the quality of the GA.
Thumbs up for "Support of VSX VS-ID in Netflow"
Will it also be possible to setup different netflow recipients for different VS's ?
Hi, just a short update, we're now offering Public EA of R80.30!
You can register via usercenter.checkpoint.com:
About tls 1.3 i would also like to know, how CP want's to address HTTPS categorisation without traffic decryption, since with tls 1.3 it's not possible to see initial SSL conversation..
"Another area of potential impact is that with TLS 1.3 all packets in the handshake after the initial client hello are encrypted. This includes the server certificates. Network security solutions that relied on understanding the information in the TLS handshake – for example examining the server certificate to help identify self-signed certificates or other anomalous situations – will no longer be able to do so."