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SCAP datastream content for configuration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 hosts against NIST 800-53/FISMA Moderate. SCAP Security Guide v0.1.33 reflects -DRAFT- USGCB content.
There are no known issues at time of release. To submit an issue, reference "Product Support" below.
This content is applicable for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x. This content has not been tested, approved, or supported, on derivative operating systems such as CentOS.
This content was developed on, and tested with, OpenSCAP. OpenSCAP is the natively provided, NIST-validated, SCAP configuration scanner in Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
This profile is developed in partnership with the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), U.S. Department of Defense, the National Security Agency, and Red Hat. The USGCB is intended to be the core set of security related configuration settings by which all federal agencies should comply. This baseline implements configuration requirements from the following documents: (1) Committee on National Security Systems Instruction No. 1253 (CNSSI 1253); (2) NIST Controlled Unclassified Information (NIST 800-171); (3) NIST 800-53 control selections for MODERATE impact systems (NIST 800-53); (4) U.S. Government Configuration Baseline (USGCB); (5) NIAP Protection Profile for General Purpose Operating Systems v4.0 (OSPP v4.0); (6) DISA Operating System Security Requirements Guide (OS SRG). For any differing configuration requirements, e.g. password lengths, the stricter security setting was chosen.
When using this datastream, the embedded profile name is "xccdf_org.ssgproject.content_profile_ospp-rhel7". This datastream includes OVAL 5.11 content, part of the Draft SCAP 1.3 specification. OVAL 5.11 is fully supported with OpenSCAP. Check with your SCAP vendor if OVAL 5.11 is supported if using non-vendor provided configuration scanners.
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SCAP Security Guide v0.1.33 is a pre-release DRAFT body of content. Pending public comment and review, this content is scheduled for release in the next minor version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. To submit comments, please open an Issue Ticket on the upstream GitHub project: https://github.com/OpenSCAP/scap-security-guide/issues/new
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Renamed profile from USGCB to "NIST 800-53/FISMA Moderate Recommendations for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL7)", dropped refs to USGCB and SCAP 1.2. Updated to FINAL - 03/13/2017 Updated content to post -DRAFT- USGCB profile. null