Maybe they thought they were writing a fedora STIG? ;-)
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On Sep 22, 2017, at 8:12 AM, Arnold, Paul C CTR USARMY PEO STRI (US)
It says V1R1, but portions of it are still very draft-like:
"Install the Ubuntu operating system patches or updated packages available from Red
Hat within 30 days or sooner as local policy dictates."
Help, I can't find the unstable yum repo!
Paul Arnold, CISSP
Cole Engineering Services, Inc.
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I recall recently someone had asked about SSG for Ubuntu, and there was a long thread
following about the STIG process. I was surprised today when someone asked me if I could
look at the Ubuntu STIG because just last week I had been on the STIG website and no such
thing had existed.
> has Ubuntu 16.04
STIG v1r1 available. Will there be any work in the SSG project to incorporate this?
P.S. I wonder how Canonical got a STIG published with out going through any draft releases
and less than 18 months after the OS version was published?
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