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CheckMates Member of the Month for August 2019: Matt Dunn

Put your virtual hands together for @Matt_Dunn, our CheckMates member of the Month for August 2019! When he's not helping out fellow CheckMaters, you can find him on LinkedIn. Tell Us About Yourself and What You Do, Matt I now live in the North East of the UK where I'm married with two kids. I started my IT career around 22 years ago at an armoured vehicle manufacturer in Telford as a junior helpdesk administrator. Wet behind the ears, I had my first lesson in "not opening enticing attachments in emails from people you don't know" in May 2000, when I opened the Love Bug email and caused almost instantaneous widespread havoc on the network. Our AV product at the time was still several days away from releasing an update. That sparked my interest in security so my role in the company changed and I became heavily involved in maintaining the various security systems - email and web filtering, 2FA, and of course firewall and VPN. Shortly afterwards, I seized an opportunity to advance my IT Security career by taking a job at our security contractor at the time - Askaris Information Technology. So I moved 200 miles north... In 2005 we were acquired by Onyx Internet to add a specialist security division to their ISP business. Some of the long time Check Point SE's in the UK still know me as "Matt from Onyx"! Some of my core values are putting security and customer service first and foremost, so after yet another acquisition which didn't work out so well for me and saw those values eroding, I left 12 months ago and went full circle back to work for Askaris, and I couldn't be happier. Many original Askaris customers followed us through these acquisitions and then followed me and another former Askaris colleague back to Askaris again, so myself and the team are very thankful to have some very good, loyal and long term relationships with my customers. Hopefully that shows we're doing something right 😁 Tell Us About Your Experience with Check Point I started using Check Point in late 2000 back at the tank factory. We had a cluster of Nokia IP440's on version 4.1 at the time. Since then, I've used every subsequent version and my experience with Check Point has grown and grown. I got my first CCSA in 2001 and my first CCSE in 2003. I've been installing, configuring and maintaining Check Point for customers since 2003, predominantly in the SME market, but some larger global clients also. Our largest customer, who we installed Check Point for almost 16 years and have supported ever since, has 45 gateways stretched right around the globe. About 6 or 7 years ago I installed Multi Domain Management and several VSX clusters for a customer, and continue to support those system today. I have another customer with several SCADA sites. I have designed, installed and supported Check Point for customers in many verticals, but tend to focus more on financial, oil & gas, and manufacturing. Do You Have A Unique Deployment of Check Point? The thing that sets me and Askaris apart from many other IT companies that that every deployment is unique. Rather than simply box shift and have unexperienced people install a generic rulebase, the thing I value about Askaris is that security is all we do, and we do it well, so we have a deep understanding of each environment we install Check Point in to, and therefore every installation and configuration is bespoke and unique, whether that be a single standalone gateway for a small customer, or a complex global deployment with multiple clusters configured as MEP and meshed VPN's to 40 other sites and custom tweaks to the various .conf files... No two firewalls are the same. What do You Use the CheckMates Platform For? Recently, I've been making a lot of use of CheckMates, either to throw ideas out there and seek advice from others, or to get help resolving issues. I use TAC a lot too, but have mixed success with them. Sometimes TAC is right on the money, but sometimes there is no doubt that the responses from other community members is faster and more reliable than TAC. For that reason I'm turning more and more to using it as a sounding board. I must admit at the moment I'm getting much more help out of it than I'm contributing back, and I'm extremely grateful to the other members that are so quick and thorough in their help. I hope from time to time my 16 or so years of using Check Point every day will allow me to help someone else out... The trouble is, when I do have an answer for someone, I'm usually beaten to my reply by someone else! Check Point has morphed in to such a huge suite of products that even working with it every day, I can only scratch the surface with all there is to know. The community is full of people that have experience and specialism in different areas, so the sheer wealth of knowledge is incredible. That's the beauty of this community. What Do You Like To Do for Fun? 20 years ago, I did a lot of weight lifting, but marriage, kids and career made that take a back seat for a while. Health is important, and it's too easy to make excuses, so recently I've been getting back in to that and enjoying it. I used to do a lot of archery when I was younger and would really like one day to get back in to that. In recent years, I've been an avid cyclist and runner, but following an injury coming off my bike, and an injury while running a marathon in 2016 I've kind of let those slip too. I'd like to get back in to those sports when time allows, but long distance cycling in particular just takes up so much time, which at the moment I'm putting to more productive use, such as studying for my CISSP. I wouldn't call that study "fun" per se, but after years of not making time to achieve that, 2019 needs to be the year! I still try and run a few times a week, but no more than a couple of miles at a time. I'm very interested in property, mostly as a form of pension when I'm older. I currently have one house that I rent out, but there are so many other strategies to make serious income from property. I'm in various property groups on Facebook and follow a couple of particular strategies closely. I'll make another move in property some time soon. I make good use of my Audible subscription and always have a book or podcast on while I'm driving in my car or on the train or in the gym, and it's always something educational. I don't like reading, but love learning, so Audible and podcasts are a fantastic way to put dead commuting time to great beneficial use. Your brain is like any other muscle: ignore it and it will deteriorate, but exercise it and it will grow. I think of my car as a university on wheels. If you could create any new technology right now, what would it be? It would either have to be: Some way of putting more hours in to the day - there are so many great IT Security products out there and just never enough time to learn about them. And so many other non-IT things I want to learn, but run out of time each day...or A magic machine to make Brexit happen, one way or the other. Seriously, it's a joke now. We gave our politicians one job to do... just one job.... *sigh* Anything Else You'd Like to let CheckMates Know About? Nothing especially - just a thank you to the Admins and all the active members to who make this community a success.
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This Week in CheckMates 12 August 2019

Welcome to "This Week in CheckMates," your weekly highlight reel for all things CheckMates!Past and future posts will be available here: The CheckMates BlogTo have these updates show up in your preferred RSS reader add the following URL: The CheckMates Blog RSS FeedSee also our social media accounts and our podcast (RSS Feed) Community Highlights Here are the threads to watch from the last week: New Releases R80.30 JHF 19 is now GA R80.10 SmartConsole Build 137 R80.30 is now Recommended Version Moving from 4400 (R77.30) to 6500 (R80.20) This could be useful in other "appliance move and upgrade" scenarios as well. Hardware for Home Lab VMware or similar all the way. Status on Security Management as a Service It's in Early Availability. CDT versus SmartUpdate SmartUpdate is legacy, but you'll see CDT gui-ified in an upcoming version. Inline Layer in R80.20 After Migration from R77.30 We cover this in the Migrate to R80.x presentations we've done at local user groups and via TechTalks. Create Network with Tag and Associate with a Group Easy to do with the API. How to Report on Zero Hit Rules No report in SmartEvent currently, but you can get the information via API. Check Point IP290 and R77.10 This looks like a prime candidate for a hardware and software refresh as both of these things are End of Support. Upcoming Events We are now maintaining our event calendar in Google Calendar.You can browse our calendar of events here: CheckMates Calendar Here's where you can find @Valeri_Loukine and I over the next few weeks 14th August 2019: TechTalk: Check Point and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework 19th August 2019: CheckMates Live in Singapore with @Valeri_Loukine 22nd August 2019: CheckMates Live Sydney with @Valeri_Loukine 22nd August 2019: CheckMates Live Orange County with @PhoneBoy 28th August 2019: SD-WAN Security TechTalk 2nd September 2019: CheckMates Live Vienna with @Valeri_Loukine 4th September 2019: CheckMates Live London with @Valeri_Loukine 5th September 2019: CheckMates Live Manchester with @Valeri_Loukine 12th September 2019: CheckMates Live Munich with @Valeri_Loukine 25th September 2019: TechTalk: Fighting Cyber Security Threats with SandBlast Now If you would like a CheckMates Live event in your area, get in contact with us: checkmates@checkpoint.com
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This Week in CheckMates 5th August 2019

Welcome to "This Week in CheckMates," your weekly highlight reel for all things CheckMates!Past and future posts will be available here: The CheckMates BlogTo have these updates show up in your preferred RSS reader add the following URL: The CheckMates Blog RSS FeedSee also our social media accounts and our podcast (RSS Feed) Community Highlights Here are the threads to watch from the last week: R80.30 JHF Take 19 is GA For those waiting for the first GA jumbo before upgrading to R80.30, now you've got it! ClusterXL Synchronization Network Bandwidth Gigabit is usually sufficient, but it can be higher. One-liner Show Office Mode IP User Timeout We like these kinds of one-liners on CheckMates. VPN Community Shared Secret Keys Are Not Shown By design in R80+. Object Categories Not Displaying Correctly Funny thing is, I ran into a similar issue during a CheckMates Live event this week. We are aware of the issues. R80.20 Management Feature Release Abandoned? Use R80.30 instead. Multiple Types of Objects in Source Column Leading to Policy Verification Failure Mixing Access Roles and regular network objects in a source is blocked by design. Not Able to Set session-timeout with mgmt_cli Specifically when using --root true. Upcoming Events We are now maintaining our event calendar in Google Calendar.You can browse our calendar of events here: CheckMates Calendar Here's where you can find @Valeri_Loukine and I over the next few weeks 14th August 2019: TechTalk: Check Point and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework 19th August 2019: CheckMates Live in Singapore with @Valeri_Loukine 22nd August 2019: CheckMates Live Sydney with @Valeri_Loukine 22nd August 2019: Network Security as a Service and Hyperscale Security in Orange County with @PhoneBoy 28th August 2019: SD-WAN Security TechTalk 2nd September 2019: CheckMates Live Vienna with @Valeri_Loukine 25th September 2019: TechTalk: Fighting Cyber Security Threats with SandBlast Now If you would like a CheckMates Live event in your area, get in contact with us: checkmates@checkpoint.com
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Welcome to Check Point for Beginners!

Understanding technology is a challenge. Complex concepts, rapid changes, new paradigms, overwhelming details, tools to master, time pressure - all those things might be tough to cope with. As a member of CheckMates, you deserve the best. That's why we have created a new Space on CheckMates - Check Point for Beginners. It is members' exclusive space where we will be posting learning materials: videos, articles, lab manuals, even history overviews - to help you out and to make understanding and mastering Check Point easier, less stressful and more productive. Subscribe and learn at your pace. Our Publications Check Point for Beginners (CP4B) Lecture Series - Network Security Part 1 - Architecture Part 2 - Preparing the Lab Part 3 - Installing Security Management Server Part 4 - Installing Security Gateway Part 5 - Gaia WebUI and CLI Part 6 - Working with SmartConsole Part 7 - Managing Security Policies Part 8 - Network Address Translation Part 9 - Application Control, URL Filtering and Content Awareness Part 10 - Identity Awareness Part 11 - Threat Prevention Part 12 - Logs and Reporting <--- NEW LECTURE!!! VPN Series Site to Site VPN in R80.x <--- NEW Remote Access VPN Beginner’s Guide <--- NEW Endpoint Series R80.20 Endpoint initial Configuration and Setup (White paper | Lab Guide) <--- NEW Videos Understanding Check Point FireWall - Part 1 Understanding Check Point FireWall - Part 2 Understanding Check Point FireWall - Part 3 Understanding Check Point FireWall - Part 4 Other Materials Brief History of Check Point Firewalls Principles of Check Point Architecture Introduction to Management CLI and JQ Absolute Beginner’s Guide to R80.x <--- NEW Note: You have to be a member of CheckMates to access the materials. Please register with your UserCenter account. Create one, if you do not have it yet.
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This Week in CheckMates 29 July 2019

Welcome to "This Week in CheckMates," your weekly highlight reel for all things CheckMates!Past and future posts will be available here: The CheckMates BlogTo have these updates show up in your preferred RSS reader add the following URL: The CheckMates Blog RSS FeedSee also our social media accounts and our podcast (RSS Feed) Community Highlights Here are the threads to watch from the last week: Firewall Allowing Traffic Without Access Policy Beware of implied rules. SmartConsole Object Problem on Windows 1903 Microsoft updated .NET to version 4.8, which is causing some issues. Example Gaia FTW cloud-init User Data for Blink Enabled and Legacy config_system Images Should make it easier to auto-setup new installations. Check Point Gateway Cores and FW Workers Some basics on allocating cores with CoreXL. SIP Over TLS Non Standard Ports Kind of an odd one that had a simple fix. Understanding URL Filtering and App Control on HTTPS Sites The destination host shown in the logs may not be exactly how URL Filtering saw the connection. Office Mode IP Failure There are a couple reasons for this. How to Read Log Files Once Offloaded They need to be loaded on another management server and be indexed. When Will Check Point Support the Load Sharing Mode in either R80.20 or R80.30? Our VP of Products provides the definitive answer. Upcoming Events We are now maintaining our event calendar in Google Calendar.You can browse our calendar of events here: CheckMates Calendar Here's where you can find @Valeri_Loukine and I over the next few weeks 29th July 2019: Check Point R80.x API Best Practices in Fort Lauderdale with @PhoneBoy 31st July 2019: Check Point R80.x API Best Practices in Orlando with @PhoneBoy 1st August 2019: Check Point R80.x API Best Practices in Tampa with @PhoneBoy 14th August 2019: TechTalk: Check Point and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework 28th August 2019: SD-WAN Security TechTalk 3 September 2019: CheckMates Live Vienna with @Valeri_Loukine If you would like a CheckMates Live event in your area, get in contact with us: checkmates@checkpoint.com
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Celebrating the Best of the Best on CheckMates and The CheckMates Challenge for 2019

It's that time of the year where we say cheers to you, the CheckMates Community!While @Valeri_Loukine and I were in Tel Aviv, we recorded a fun little video with @Moti to kick things off - watch it below! Similar to our Birthday Celebration last year, we're going to have you nominate and vote on "the best of the best" on CheckMates for the year, but we have a few additional activities this year where you can win prizes, including a trip to Tel Aviv to meet with R&D and enjoy a taste of what Israel has to offer! The Best of CheckMates We invite you to vote for your favorite highlights on CheckMates over the past year! Among the categories we have “CheckMates Post of the year”, “Member of the Year”, "Rising star of the Year” and more! Vote for your favorites and enter a raffle to WIN an Apple Watch! We also invite you to share your Idea of the Year. How-To Videos Know how to do something with a Check Point product or service?Record a short video showing how to do it and submit to our How-To Video contest!One lucky winner will get a trip to Tel Aviv. Other prizes include a new iPhone and an Apple Watch. New Mascot @Moti insisted we come up with a replacement for #FlatMoti, who makes regular appearances at CheckMates events.So, let's ask the community: what do you think would make a good mascot?Submit your idea to our New Mascot Contest! We Are CheckMates! We're looking to spread CheckMates across the globe and we need your help!Follow us on LinkedIn, download the CheckMates Challenge logo to your device or even print it out. Take it to a unique place, snap a snazzy photo of it or take a selfie with it—no Photoshop jobs! Share your photo on LinkedIn, tagging Check Point CheckMates and using the hashtag #CheckMatesChallenge before 12th August 2019. An Apple Watch Series 4 will be rewarded to the most creative picture, in the coolest place! May the best pic win!
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This Week in CheckMates 22 July 2019

Welcome to "This Week in CheckMates," your weekly highlight reel for all things CheckMates!Past and future posts will be available here: The CheckMates BlogTo have these updates show up in your preferred RSS reader add the following URL: The CheckMates Blog RSS FeedSee also our social media accounts and our podcast (RSS Feed) CheckMates Around The World Been a while since I've shared photos of events, but it's been quite a busy last several weeks. Earlier in July, I did our first events in the Caribbean! Had nice crowds in Trinidad and Barbados. Meanwhile, @Valeri_Loukine did our first event in Minsk this past week to an enthusiastic crowd! Community Highlights Here are the threads to watch from the last week: Not Able to Find the Serial Number While we've had the ability to query at the OS level for a serial number for a while now, this doesn't work on some older appliances. GeoProtection Daily Update Issue From July 10th This caused some customers issues. Here's the official story on what happened. Is It Possible to Change an Interface MAC Address? You can temporarily anyway. Can I Replace Conventional Antivirus Kaspersky with Check Point Endpoint Suite Why, yes you can. Maestro TechTalk Get the answers to your burning questions about Maestro. Version R77.20.87 Build 990172938 Not Documented Discussion around TCP SACK fixes for SMB appliances My Top 3 Check Point CLI Commands This 2 year old post by @Moti is by far our most popular post on CheckMates, and it's still getting replies! When Will Check Point Support Load Sharing in R80.20 or R80.30? It's coming soon for R80.30. Upcoming Events We are now maintaining our event calendar in Google Calendar.You can browse our calendar of events here: CheckMates Calendar Here's where you can find @Valeri_Loukine and I over the next few weeks 29th July 2019: Check Point R80.x API Best Practices in Fort Lauderdale with @PhoneBoy 31st July 2019: Check Point R80.x API Best Practices in Orlando with @PhoneBoy 1st August 2019: Check Point R80.x API Best Practices in Tampa with @PhoneBoy 14th August 2019: TechTalk: Check Point and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework 28th August 2019: SD-WAN Security TechTalk 3 September 2019: CheckMates Live Vienna with @Valeri_Loukine If you would like a CheckMates Live event in your area, get in contact with us: checkmates@checkpoint.com
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This Week in CheckMates 15 July 2019

Welcome to "This Week in CheckMates," your weekly highlight reel for all things CheckMates!Past and future posts will be available here: The CheckMates BlogTo have these updates show up in your preferred RSS reader add the following URL: The CheckMates Blog RSS FeedSee also our social media accounts and our podcast (RSS Feed) Community Highlights Here are the threads to watch from the last week: New Releases R80.20 New Management Image is Now Available as a GA Release R80.20 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator New GA Take 87 CheckMates Member of the Month for July 2019: Nicholas Doropoulos Put your virtual hands together! Behavior of HA Cluster When SYN Link is Down A bonded sync link is a good idea. One Liner Collection Similar to My Top 3 CLI Commands but it lists posts that reference some more complicated CLI foo. High Dispatcher CPU How to troubleshoot. High CPU on Allowed But Unknown Traffic Similar to the previous thread, but involving VSX. Win10 E80.85 Endpoint Patching VPN Connection Lost July Updates If you're applying Windows 10 updates, make sure the Endpoint Security client is also updated as well. Unable to Connect to McAfee SIEM via LEA After Upgrade to R80.20 Some changes were made in R80+ with regards to OPSEC, make sure your third party products have been updated. Check Point OS Download Explaining the various options. Parsing The Output of "mgmt_cli" Using jq An oldie but goodie that periodically comes up. Upcoming Events We are now maintaining our event calendar in Google Calendar.You can browse our calendar of events here: CheckMates Calendar Here's where you can find @Valeri_Loukine and I over the next few weeks 16th July 2019: CheckMates Live Belarus with @Valeri_Loukine 17th July 2019: Maestro TechTalk: New Features, Best Practices, and Performance Aspects 14th August 2019 TechTalk: Check Point and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework 28th August 2019: SD-WAN Security TechTalk If you would like a CheckMates Live event in your area, get in contact with us: checkmates@checkpoint.com
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CheckMates Member of the Month for July 2019: Nicholas Doropoulos

Put your virtual hands together for @Nick_Doropoulos, our CheckMates member of the Month for July 2019! When he's not helping out fellow CheckMaters, you can find him on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter. Tell Us About Yourself and What You Do, Nick I was born and raised in Greece before migrating to the UK, which is where I lived for more than 13 years. I am now working as a 3rd Line Network Security Engineer for Integrity360, a leading MSSP company in Ireland. I am responsible for providing technical security support, advice and further analysis on various vendor products and technologies depending on our customers' infrastructure security needs. Tell Us About Your Experience with Check Point I have been working with Check Point technologies over the past two years. In addition to providing support, I have also been involved with a few projects that involved migration from other security vendors to a Check Point estate. I am CCSE certified and I am currently studying towards the 156-730: Check Point Accredited Sandblast Administrator exam. What do You Use the CheckMates Platform For? I use CheckMates as often as possible in order to gain a deeper understanding of all things Check Point and help new members in familiarising themselves with what the top security vendor has to offer. What Do You Like To Do for Fun? I love reading history which is where I derive most of my heroes from 🙂 If you could create any new technology right now, what would it be? It would be a product to secure IoT devices. Anything Else You'd Like to let CheckMates Know About? I would like to express my gratitude to the entire CheckMates community for the support they have provided me with so far. Special thanks are owed to @Timothy_Hall , @HeikoAnkenbrand , @Valeri_Loukine, and @PhoneBoy for saving my skin more than once!
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This Week in CheckMates 8 July 2019

Welcome to "This Week in CheckMates," your weekly highlight reel for all things CheckMates!Past and future posts will be available here: The CheckMates BlogTo have these updates show up in your preferred RSS reader add the following URL: The CheckMates Blog RSS FeedSee also our social media accounts and our podcast (RSS Feed) Community Highlights Here are the threads to watch from the last week: How-To Videos Oracle Cloud Cluster Deployment Integrating Check Point Identity-Based Access into Cisco ISE Learn about Anti-Bot Defending Against the Emotet Malware Campaign Software Releases R80.30 First Jumbo HFA is Now Available R80.30 3.10 For CloudGuard & Open Servers is GA Gaia R80.10 VLAN 1 and Native VLAN Not supported, but the discussion here did lead to improving our documentation around this. Log Fields Full Mapping SK We've had a few requests for this. Functionality API vs SmartConsole Not everything's available via API yet. R80.20 MTU and SecureXL Problem Something to track. Password Reset Collection This topic has come up a few times in the last few weeks. SMB Documents Collection of very helpful docs related to our 600/700/1100/1200R/1400 Appliances My Security Management Setup Script An oldie but goodie that might be good for building your own "Demo Mode" environment. Upcoming Events We are now maintaining our event calendar in Google Calendar.You can browse our calendar of events here: CheckMates Calendar Here's where you can find @Valeri_Loukine and I over the next few weeks 9th July 2019: CheckMates Live Trinidad with @PhoneBoy 9th July 2019: CheckMates Live Turkey with @Valeri_Loukine 11th July 2019: CheckMates Live Barbados with @PhoneBoy 17th July 2019: Maestro TechTalk: New Features, Best Practices, and Performance Aspects 14th August 2019 TechTalk: Check Point and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework 28th August 2019: SD-WAN Security TechTalk If you would like a CheckMates Live event in your area, get in contact with us: checkmates@checkpoint.com

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