The Installation Process
Important - To install a Remote Access client on any version of Windows, you need Administrator permissions. Consult with your system administrator.
To install a Remote Access client:
1. Log in to Windows with a user name that has Administrator permissions.
2. Get the installation package from your system administrator, and double-click the installation package.
3. Follow the installation wizard.
Note - On Windows Vista and Windows 7, there may be a prompt to allow access, depending on the UAC settings....
Remote Access Clients provide a simple and secure way for endpoints to connect remotely to corporate resources over the Internet, through a VPN tunnel. Check Point offers 3 enterprise-grade flavors of Remote Access to fit a wide variety of organizational needs.
The clients offered in this release are:
Endpoint Security VPN - Incorporates Remote Access VPN with Desktop Security in a single client. It is recommended for managed endpoints that require a simple and transparent remote access experience together with desktop firewall rules....
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As surprising as it sounds, there are still people out there who use well-known exploits,
such as war dialing, to gain unauthorized access. This term became popular with the ﬁlm
War Games and refers to a technique that involves the exploitation of an organization’s
telephone, dial, and private branch exchange (PBX) systems to penetrate internal network
and computing resources. All the attacker has to do is ﬁnd a user within the organization
with an open connection through a modem unknown to the IT staff or a modem that has
minimal or, at worst, no security services enabled.
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Even though PEMis a landmark protocol in the development of secure messag-
ing, and is also generally considered to be of sound technical design , it did not
catch on. This was mainly due to two reasons. First, the message syntax that PEM
describes was incompatible with the widely successful MIME message syntax that
emerged at the same time [29, p. 156]. Secondly, the public-key management de-
scribed by PEM restricted the Certiﬁcate structure [9, p. 51]. Namely, it required a
top-down Certiﬁcate Authority (CA) approach.
If we lived in a static world, developing effective solutions for known attacks might be
achievable over time. However, in today's complex cyber business environment, there
is no static state. Too often, attackers are ahead of the curve, continually innovating
effective attack strategies and schemes, while security professionals and enterprise
IT continue to struggle to keep pace with malicious developments.
Today's enterprise threat environment has evolved and exploded into an assortment
of blended attack vectors that effectively work in concert to breach existing security
Security professionals understand that these gaps exist and represent risks for them.
In IDC's 2008 Enterprise Security Survey, only 46% of surveyed participants said that
they were very confident or extremely confident of their existing enterprise security.
IDC believes that this finding demonstrates a noticeable level of management
uncertainty and a lack of confidence in existing security systems. The source of this
lack of confidence is largely due to the understanding that existing infrastructures do
have security gaps.
Starting the Advanced Routing Suite CLI
Be sure no other users are connected to Advanced Routing Suite. With Advanced Routing Suite installed properly and running:
1. Enter the SecurePlatform expert mode.
2. Type pro enable at the prompt and press Enter.
4. Type router at the prompt and press Enter.
This begins your CLI session in User Execution mode.
The Advanced Routing Suite CLI can be started with several additional command line options. These options include the following:
Wireless networks are especially susceptible to unauthorized access. Wireless access points
are being widely deployed in corporate LANs because they easily extend connectivity to
corporate users without the time and expense of installing wiring. These wireless access
points (APs) act as bridges and extend the network up to 300 yards. Many airports, hotels,
and even coffee shops make wireless access available for free, and therefore most anyone
with a wirelss card on his mobile device is an authorized user.
We recommend that you install the most recent software release to stay up-to-date with the latest functional
improvements, stability fixes, security enhancements and protection against new and evolving attacks.
The latest version of this document is at:
The ease or difﬁculty of packet snooping (also known as eavesdropping) on networks
depends largely on the technology implemented. Shared media networks are particularly
susceptible to eavesdropping because this type of network transmits packets everywhere
along the network as they travel from the origin to the ﬁnal destination. When concentrators
or hubs are used in a shared media environment (such as FDDI, 10BASE-T, or 100-Mbps
Ethernet), it can be fairly easy to insert a new node with packet-capturing capability and
then snoop the trafﬁc on the network.