U.S. national security concerns late Thursday foiled dealmaking for the second time in two weeks.

Five months after announcing a $225 million merger, Columbia, Md.-based Sourcefire Inc. and Israel’s Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. said the two have withdrawn their merger filing with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or CFIUS, which scrutinizes proposed deals for security threats.

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