Altered the formal version number (to show that this is a fork) however preserved the original base version in the name to allow people to see at what point we started modifying the project.
Full credit to the Splunk team for their work and maintenance.
Announcement here: https://answers.splunk.com/answers/711675/fork-of-splunk-add-on-for-check-point-opsec-lea-fo.html
This fork is due to the existing project not being publicly accessible and with a number of fixes required we have decided to publish these fixes/enhancements with the hope these will be merged in with the original project and if possible have that project made public via https://github.com/splunk .
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