Dameon Welch Abernathy

Announcing E80.80 Check Point Endpoint Security Client

Discussion created by Dameon Welch Abernathy Employee on Feb 1, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 2, 2018 by Dameon Welch Abernathy

Expect more regular releases of the Endpoint Security client

 

What’s New:

SandBlast Agent

  • Anti-Ransomware
    • Exclusions - Improved handling of folder exclusions when an excluded folder does not exist when the policy is applied.
    • Remediation - Improved handling of quarantine and termination in CloudShare environments.
  • SandBlast Agent for Browsers - Web Extension
    • Disabling the Web Extension in Internet Explorer configures the browser to use the Microsoft Download Manager.
    • Disabling the Web Extension in Chrome does not disable it for all browsers.
  • Anti-Exploit
    • Improved handling of Entry Points in the forensics report when there is an Anti-Exploit detection.
    • Edge and Internet Explorer are prevented from reopening malicious URLs.
  • Threat Emulation
  • Improved handling of fallback to ThreatCloud when using a Threat Emulation local appliance.

 

General Client Improvements

  • Resolved an issue when some third-party products are unable to create or delete network adapters.

 

Firewall and Application Control

  • Performance improvements when IPv6 traffic is logged.

 

Media Encryption & Port Protection

  • New design of the windows for encryption and decryption of removable devices that support a high resolution display.
  • Fixed an issue with encrypting media from a UserCheck pop-up window when a network share is mounted.

 

Capsule Docs

  • Classification without encryption for PDF files.

 

See https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solutionid=sk122513  for more information on E80.80 release.

 

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