Apple Common Criteria Tools
Apple Common Criteria Tools
1.5

0.0

Apple Common Criteria Tools free download for Mac

Apple Common Criteria Tools

1.5
25 April 2008

Evaluate security capabilities of Information Technology products.

Overview

Apple Common Criteria Tools is an internationally approved set of security standards which provides a clear and reliable evaluation of the security capabilities of Information Technology products. By providing an independent assessment of a products ability to meet security standards, Common Criteria gives customers more confidence in the security of Information Technology products and leads to more informed decisions.

Security-conscious customers, such as the U.S. Federal Government, are requiring Common Criteria certification as a determining factor in purchasing decisions. Since the requirements for certification are clearly established, vendors can target very specific security needs while providing broad product offerings.

The international scope of Common Criteria, currently adopted by fourteen nations, allows users from other countries to purchase Information Technology products with the same level of confidence, since certification is recognized across all complying nations.

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2 Apple Common Criteria Tools Reviews

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Anonymous
17 February 2005

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This installs /Applications/Utilities/Audit Log Viewer, whose about box says "Audit Log Viewer is a GUI wrapper for the command line tool praudit and auditreduce. Please refer to auditreduce's help page for details." I gather it's a way to track security-related events on your system, and get reports on who did what when
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
19 February 2005
Some helpful info takes a bit of digging to get to. http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/commoncriteriatools_readme.html The above page has some important links. The Admin Guide link near the bottom of the page should be required reading for someone configuring a system for security. After all is said and done, it still seems that an admin installing an app with some unknown functionality is all it might take to compromise a system. (see user comments for iDeFrag and you may see why some want all tools to be open-source)
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Version 1.0
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Digger1995
Digger1995
21 January 2006
the link you gave didn't work for me, but this did... http://www.apple.com/support/security/commoncriteria/ thanks
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Version 1.0.1
Anonymous
17 February 2005
This installs /Applications/Utilities/Audit Log Viewer, whose about box says "Audit Log Viewer is a GUI wrapper for the command line tool praudit and auditreduce. Please refer to auditreduce's help page for details." I gather it's a way to track security-related events on your system, and get reports on who did what when
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Version 1.0
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  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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