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  • 1 Check Point — Software Technologies Ltd. Lema Aseguramos Internet Tipo Pública (NASDAQ: CHKP) NASDAQ 100 Fundación 1993 …

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  • 2 Check Point — Rechtsform Limited ISIN IL0010824113 Gründung 1993 …

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  • 3 Check Point — Software Technologies Ltd. Тип …

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  • 4 check|point — «CHEHK POYNT», noun. 1. a place of inspection on a road, at a border, or the like. 2. a landmark used in flying …

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  • 5 Check Point — For other uses, see Checkpoint (disambiguation). Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. Type Public NASDAQ 100 component Traded as NASDAQ:  …

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  • 6 Check Point — Création 1993 Forme juridique Privé …

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  • 7 check-point — kontrolinis taškas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Geografinė sausumos ar vandenų vieta, virš kurios skrendančio orlaivio pozicija gali būti nustatyta stebint ar elektroninėmis priemonėmis. atitikmenys: angl. check point pranc. point de… …

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  • 8 check-point — kontrolinis taškas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Nustatytas Žemės paviršiaus taškas, naudojamas kaip judėjimo kontrolės priemonė, kaip įsišaudymo taikinys ar kaip vietovės nuoroda. atitikmenys: angl. check point pranc. point de référence… …

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  • 9 check-point — is., İng. check point Bakınız denetim noktası …

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  • 10 check-point — pataikymo taškas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Smūgio centras; sprogimo centras. atitikmenys: angl. check point pranc. centre d’impact …

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  • 11 check-point — kontrolės postas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Vieta, kurioje karo policija tikrina transporto ar pėsčiųjų eismą, taikydama eismo kontrolės priemones ir kitus įstatymus, įsakymus ir nuostatus. atitikmenys: angl. check point pranc. poste de… …

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  • 12 check·point — /ˈʧɛkˌpoınt/ noun, pl points [count] : a place where people, cars, etc., are searched by someone (such as a police officer) before being allowed to continue Our car was stopped at a police checkpoint before we were permitted to cross the border.… …

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  • 13 Check Point — n. programming company founded in Israel that specializes in producing sophisticated systems for protection and information security on the Internet …

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  • 14 check point — n. inspection station …

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  • 15 check point — [1] A designated spot on a component where it is possible to determine if there is a malfunction. [2] A place on the road where vehicles are stopped during a rally …

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  • 16 Check Point Abra — Check Point GO is a USB drive that combines an encrypted USB flash drive with virtualization, VPN and computer security technologies to turn a PC into a secure corporate desktop. By plugging Check Point GO into the USB port of a Microsoft… …

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  • 17 Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. — Check Point Logo de Check Point Création 1993 Forme juridique Privé …

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  • 18 Check Point Integrity — is an endpoint security software product developed by Check Point Software Technologies. It is designed to protect personal computers and the networks they connect to from computer worms, Trojan horses, spyware, and intrusion attempts by hackers …

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  • 19 Check Point Mailers — are installations at airports in the United States that you can use to mail prohibited items to yourself rather than have the Transportation Security Administration, which runs most airport security in the United States, confiscate and destroy… …

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  • 20 Check Point VPN-1 — VPN 1 is a firewall and VPN product developed by Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. VPN 1 is a stateful firewall which also filters traffic by inspecting the application layer. It was the first commercially available software firewall to use… …

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