Check Point 4000 Appliances

Check Point 4000 Appliances

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Check Point 4000 Appliances

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What is Check Point 4000 Appliances?

Check Point’s 4000-series appliances is a legacy firewall offering. It also provides IPsec VPN access and intrusion prevention within the offering.

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What is Check Point 4000 Appliances?

Check Point’s 4000-series appliances is a legacy firewall offering. It also provides IPsec VPN access and intrusion prevention within the offering.

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Vinit Sharma | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Check Point 4000 Appliances is one of the most secure firewalls in the world. We are working on this firewall for the last two years. There are lots of very advanced features like sandboxing, web filtering, content inspection, advanced IPS, and many more. We have installed this firewall on my one of the site and using the all advanced features for projecting my site from external cyber-attacks.
  • If you have critical data then you can use this firewall for secure your organization
  • You can also use for cloud security
  • If you want the deep packet inspection then this is one of the best firewall for you.
  • CLI is more complicated
  • GUI is slow . this should be improve
  • Technical support is not good.
If you have middle-sized and large-sized organizations and you have a very good budget for network security then you can install this firewall. Sandboxing and ips features are very useful and you can use them for deep packet inspection and protect your organization from external attacks.
Score 9 out of 10
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Check Point is our current corporate standard. Access to our parent company networks requires a heterogenous checkpoint to checkpoint VPN. This is being used by most of the satellite companies, as our company grows via many acquisitions per year. The product is fantastic for blocking incoming threats, managing online content access, and has done a great job at keeping our companies safe.
  • Management access is difficult to get to and requires a specific client, plus sourcing from a permitted IP address.
  • Anti-malware, anti-spyware, and anti-bot engines do a great job at protecting from malicious content.
  • Anti-spoofing makes certain exploits like the LAND attack vector as null and void.
  • Steep learning curve for admins
  • No packet tracer application like the ASA to test flows prior to putting in new rules, etc.
  • Policy packages are all or nothing. I cannot uninstall or turn off a piece of the overall policy, it's all or nothing.
Well suited for small to medium business with less than 1000 users. Good edge device, NAT is easy to work with. The anti-malware, anti-spyware are worthwhile paid add-ons. Anti-spoofing is built in, and required to be put in. The split of management between Gaia and secure platform applications is painful, but nothing that can't be gotten around.