Scap for Centos
agilmore2 at gmail.com
Thu May 22 21:35:14 UTC 2014
SSG is not just for DoD, I sure hope!
I'm sure there are many CentOS deployments in .gov, I believe there are
several just in my agency alone. Do we really want to not support them, or
force them into manual edits to get scans to work?
I've seen nothing announced on CentOS roadmap. More information would be
On Thu, May 22, 2014 at 3:13 PM, Shawn Wells <shawn at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 5/22/14, 5:06 PM, Shawn Wells wrote:
>> On 5/22/14, 3:43 PM, Derek Warner wrote:
>>> Any chance anyone is working on getting SCAP to work on CENTOS? I would
>>> love to use the scap security guide and secstate to validate CENTOS 6.5.
>>> Right now its a manual process going line by line in the RHEL 5 STIG. I
>>> would really love to find out if anyone has anything automated that works
>>> on CENTOS.
>> Given that CentOS isn't allowed on DoD networks, there is no STIG, no
>> common criteria, no support, and doesn't meet any of the mandatory
>> regulatory requirements, what's driving the need?
> (p.s. Yes, that was worded a little silly, but I'm serious (and not just
> because I'm @redhat.com))
> And actually, this does bring up a good question: have many people been
> briefed on the Fedora/CentOS/RHEL roadmap and divergence? It's an area that
> RHT is extremely passionate to inform customers and partners on. If there's
> interest, I might be able to setup a community call and bring in the
> CentOS/RHEL leaders to chat about future plans.
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