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Red Hat : Red Hat Linux Advanced Server na Common Criteria certifikatu
Poslao Anonimni majstor on 16.02.2003 8:43:16 (1692 Čitanja)
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Odobrio: igustin. Napisao: Roby.
S tim certifikatom Linuxu se otvaraju vrata vlade SAD-a.
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(op.ur. Zahtjev za certifikatom upućen je zajedno s Oracleom)

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Autor Mišljenje
Anonimni majstor
Poslano: 16.02.2003 8:48:15  Izmjenjeno: 16.02.2003 8:48:15
 Re: Red Hat Linux Advanced Server na Common Criteria certifikatu
Napisao: Gule
IMHO, zahtjev može uputiti gotovo svatko. Prava vijest bit će kad se certifikat stvarno i dobije. Ne kažem da ga neće dobiti, ali - još ga nema.
Microsoft je godinama pokušavao dobiti C2 (čini mi se da se tako označavao) certifikat kojeg je Novell imao odavna, pa mu to nije uspijevalo.

Autor Mišljenje
Anonimni majstor
Poslano: 16.02.2003 17:10:54  Izmjenjeno: 16.02.2003 17:10:54
 Re: Red Hat Linux Advanced Server na Common Criteria certifikatu
FYI:
The United States federal government maintains a set of evaluation criteria for judging the security of computer systems. Many of its agencies, and many private-sector companies, will only buy systems that meet specified sets of these evaluation criteria. The well-known “C2” rating of the US Trusted Computer Systems Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC) was one such level. The European counterpart to the TCSEC, the Information Technology Security Evaluation Criteria, specified a comparable rating. Both the US TCSEC and the European ITSEC have been updated. To reflect the increased sophistication of technologies and the growing need for more international standards for evaluation, a group of nations joined forces through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to design a new security evaluation process, known as the "Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation” (CCITSE).

While the Common Criteria was ratified as a standard in 1999, the stringent and lengthy testing requirements mean that test results for operating systems submitted for evaluation then are only now available. Testing for Microsoft® Windows 2000 was recently completed and as a result of these tests, Windows 2000 achieved (EAL 4 + Flaw Remediation). The certification of Windows 2000 covers the broadest set of real world scenarios and the highest level of evaluation yet achieved.

Autor Mišljenje
Anonimni majstor
Poslano: 17.02.2003 3:11:56  Izmjenjeno: 17.02.2003 3:11:56
 Re: Red Hat Linux Advanced Server na Common Criteria certifikatu
Napisao: Gule
Samo da pojasnim... moj komentar se odnosio na početak i sredinu devedesetih, kada je C2 bio jedna od glavnih prednosti Netwarea pred Windowsima.
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