Meeting Security Requirements with FreeBSD
wb at freebie.xs4all.nl
Wed Apr 20 04:49:24 PDT 2005
The local guru is Robert Watson <rwatson at FreeBSD.org>
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On Wed, Apr 20, 2005 at 07:42:44AM -0400, Michael A. Koerber wrote..
> 1. Currently FreeBSD (or any other BSD) doesn't seem to be on the list
> of approved OS's for classified processing. I'm trying to obtain at
> least local approval, but I don't speak the "security language" too
> well. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> 2. The unix's that are approved are Solaris and Redhat/Fedora. I have
> reviewed the "PL1 Checklists" and it seems to me that Redhat/Linux might
> be the closest set of requirements, so I'm working off that.
> 3. I've "mapped" most of the requirements to FreeBSD (basic unix stuff).
> 4. The major sticking point today is "Accesses to Security-Relevant
> a. Under Redhat the requirement is "Implement Snare" or "Implement
> LauS (Linux Auditing System".
> b. The Solaris equivalent requirement seems to be set up of the Basic
> Security Model "BSM".
> I don't see either of these packages ported to BSD. What is the BSD
> approach to meeting the (logging) requirements provided by the above
> packages? I thought that MAC might be the answer, but I see nothing
> about logging "events" in the manual.
> Dr Michael A. Koerber
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Wilko Bulte wilko at FreeBSD.org
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