Went through a few more of the XCCDF rules manually and double checked on the CCEs. All *appears* well.
On 5/19/14, 4:09 PM, Shawn Wells wrote:
On 5/19/14, 3:44 PM, Greg Elin wrote:
I've put together a web page to show which RHEL 6 CCE's have a remediation script from Aqueduct and SSG. It is interesting that a number of rules are missing CCE Idents. It is also easier to see the coverage of fix scripts. Http://www.govready.org/cce/fixes/ Would love feedback and thoughts in how to improve coverage.
This is very, very cool. Did you use some sort of XSLT for this, and if so, is it sharable? Shipping something like this seems valuable, with a link back to govready for a dynamic version.
It doesn't seem to be picking up a few CCEs:
aide_build_database - CCE 27135-3 (since 2013-10-30)
bios_disable_usb_boot - CCE 26923-3 (since 2013-10-30)
Is a refresh needed?
The code we use to transform out the CCEs from each XCCDF rule lives here:
And generates this HTML table:
Now that I'm done fretting if proper CCE assignments exist (mini heart attack due to the pending SSG inclusion in RHEL 6.6), I'd like to re-iterate, this is very cool!
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