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Common Criteria for Windows Server 2003, XP, Exch 2k3 and ISA 2004

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Hey now this is really great news...Windows 2000 had it with EAL4+Flaw remediation but now we have it with newer products too!

Microsoft is pleased to announce that a wide range of Microsoft Windows platform products have been awarded Common Criteria (CC) certification — an independent, globally-endorsed standard for evaluating the security features and capabilities of information technology products. Microsoft has achieved the highest level of certification (EAL4) for the following products:

·       Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition (32-bit); SP 1
·       Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (32-bit and 64-bit versions); SP 1
·       Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition (32-bit and 64-bit versions); SP 1
·       Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Certificate Server, Certificate Issuing and Management Components (CIMC) (Security Level 3 Protection Profile, Version 1.0)

·       Microsoft Windows XP, Professional; SP 2
·       Microsoft Windows XP, Embedded; SP 2
·       Complementing these certifications are the recent certifications awarded for Exchange Server 2003 (EAL 4 + Systematic Flaw Remediation) and ISA Server 2004 (EAL 4 +)

 

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  • The CC Validation of W2K is great can I assume there has been a delta package put together for R2 submission. The DFS-R stuff will be huge in Govt I predict, and with Financial and State/Local Govt now talking more and more about using products on the EPL (http://www.dsd.gov.au/infosec/evaluation_services/epl/epl.html) this will be topical.

    I wonder if I can make that other product I lurve comply by building the components according to the TOE for these Evaluations ;-P

    WooHoo SBS 2003 compliant not Certified that will be a trick.. I'll blog it as I do it.

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