In what context???. Red Book ratings don't apply to Firewall
functionality. On the other hand, Orange Book ratings of B2
and higher would make sense. Use the security kernal to
enforce and protect against buffer over-writes, internal
configuration coruption and encryption key disclosure
would add a great deal of confidence in the product. The
rating would only apply to internal protections within
the firewall, not to the security of external network
connections in general.
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aka leonard @
GEMINI COMPUTERS INC.
On Thu, 10 Jul 1997, Magossa'nyi A'rpa'd wrote:
> I should have missed something. I thought firewalls are not too much to do
> with security scalings like B1 and C2. Now someone told me he want to see
> only B1 firewalls here. What's the truth?
> Giving urls or one sentence answers in direct mail would suffice. I'll
> GNU GPL: csak tiszta forrásból