On Tue, Oct 04, 2016 at 10:15:04PM -0400, Shawn Wells wrote:
On 10/4/16 4:51 PM, Olivier BONHOMME wrote:
> Le 04/10/2016 à 16:26, Gabe Alford a écrit :
>> > Hello,
>> > Both the DISA SRGs and STIGIDs are added to the applicable RHEL/7 content.
>> > You can verify this by either `grep -rni 'stigid\|srg'
>> > RHEL/7/input/xccdf`, or `grep 'SRG\|RHEL-07' ssg-rhel7-xccdf.xml`
>> > Also, when a report is generated with the oscap --report option, the SRG
>> > and STIGID identifiers can be viewed in the report.
>> > Gabe
> Hello Gabe,
> Thanks for your answer. So I tried to write a little script which takes
> the XCCDF file downloaded from DISA site and try to find the matching
> rules into the RHEL/7/input/xccdf/*.xml files.
> For now, I justed focused on the stigid identifiers not on the SGR ones.
> Actually the result is that I have 97 rules matching with the DISA XCCDF
> upstream file ?
> Do you think it is a relevant number ?
> Browsing the OPENSCAP XCCDF files I realised that there were some DISA
> rules that maybe already covered but there is not actually a stigid
> attributed attached to these rules.
> Do you think it can be relevant if I try to complete OPENSCAP XCCDF
> files with missing stigid if matches can be found against the DISA XCCDF
> upstream file ? Or is it definitely not the process ?
Since you appear to be working from source: `make tables` is your
It'll generate HTML mapping tables, such as these:
"What rules map to a given OS SRG?"
"What NIST 800-53 controls are satisfied, and how?"
Thanks for these two links but to be honest I'm a little bit confused about the
That's why I have several questions in order to improve my understanding:
- On the srgmap table, does the "rules mapped" column refer to the OpenSCAP
- On the srgmap table, are all the SRG rules from the DISA listed even the one without a
matching test ? Actually, as I told on my first mail, I try to have a status about the
DISA STIG rules who are covered by OpenSCAP profile and above all the rules who are not
Referring to my last question, I have another question : I thought that in stead of
considering the general SRG rules, it should be more relevant considering the derivated
RHEL-07-XXXXXX which are product specific rules. I found this table on the output
Could it be relevant to put the OpenSCAP test in front of each RHEL-07-XXXXXX in order to
have a coverage rate against the DISA product specific rules ?.
I thought that mapping was done with the stig_auxiliary file but actually the RHEL rules
specified into that XML files are for RHEL6 and not for RHEL7. Is it normal that there are
RHEL-06-XXXXX rules on that file for the RHEL7 input ? It seems a little bit strange for
I also looked the disa-os-srg-v1r1.xml file but the rule are not named like on the last
file provided on the DISA site : rules are in the format V-XXXXXX in stead of
RHEL-07-XXXXXX. Is it normal ?
Thanks for your answers