FireWall-1 GX Software

5.00 / 5 (2)

About FireWall-1 GX


Check Point FireWall-1 GX is a cloud-based checkpoint software that delivers check points to GPRS and UMTS enabled wireless networks.

FireWall-1 GX’s benefits include protection for GPRS networks, secure connectivity between carriers, auditing and the tracking of web traffic. It provides an integrated, open, end-to-end solution to cellular operators and enterprises. The platform enables operators to define and enforce customized, granular “GTP-aware” security policies for both GTP v0 and GTP v1.

FireWall-1 GX inspects all GTP tunnel fields in the context of both the packet and the tunnel by following security policies. It complies fully with GSM standards for GTP, including GTPv0 (3GPP TS 09.60) and GTPv1 (3GPP TS 29.060).



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May 2018

romay zuleima from Universidad de Oriente. Nueva Esparta

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

4.0

Functionality

5.0

May 2018

My computer system has been absolutely protected

computer security

Pros

It was easy to install, connectivity has been secured, It allows to block not authorized accesses and prevents hackers access to my private network or confidential information.

Cons

To know with accuracy the configuration in order to avoid any block in connections or programs and some attacks do not pass through the software

June 2018

Anonymous

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Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

5.0

June 2018

Security and confidence at the computer level.

Surf securely on the network.

Pros

It is easy to install and manage, executes unsafe page locks and allows to keep information on the computer safe.

Cons

learn to choose the best configuration according to the use that is given to the computer to avoid blocking of pages of routine use.