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March 27, 2006
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An Israeli company abandoned its planned purchase of a U.S. software security firm in the wake of close U.S. government scrutiny. Check Point was ready to pay $225 million for Sourcefire, a Maryland firm that runs virus protections for some U.S. government security agencies, among other clients. The two companies decided March 23 to kill the deal.

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