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The Common Criteria is an international standard for evaluating the security functions of IT products. The authors describe how they obtained this security certification for Linux, the first open-source product to receive such certification.
Four common criteria certification agencies from France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK have developed a concept of composite evaluations in which software evaluators would not receive the full hardware evaluation technical report (ETR), but instead would only receive an abbreviated ETR-lite. While ETR-lite is acceptable at low assurance levels, we… (More)
In the INFOSEC programme 1994 the European Union set up three trial projects to demonstrate the feasibility of the use of digital signatures in pan-European networks. One of those trials was the EBRIDGE project, where customers could extract the official business register data from companies of four European countries on-line and authenticated by digital… (More)