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RE: Vulnerability Assessment of a EAL 4 system
From: "Marc Doudiet" <marc.doudiet () psdsecurite com>
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2006 22:19:21 +0100


I don't think that iptables is a criteria for EAL. I suggest you check

Nist provide infos for common criteria.

Hope this helps.

Marc Doudiet 

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Objet : Vulnerability Assessment of a EAL 4 system

I am looking at a Linux server which has been accredited as a EAL4 system by
IBM.  During the assessment, I was looking for standard Linux protections
like iptables, ssh etc.  On this server, there is no iptables.

Regardless, I would like to know how to evaluate a EAL
4 system.  What do you need to look for in the EAL 4 system in production
that could become vulnerable?

Thank you in advance for any help.

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