STIGQter STIGQter: STIG Summary: ISEC7 EMM Suite v6.x Security Technical Implementation Guide Version: 1 Release: 1 Benchmark Date: 23 Aug 2019: The ISEC7 EMM Suite must use FIPS-validated SHA-2 or higher hash function for digital signature generation and verification (non-legacy use).

DISA Rule

SV-106507r1_rule

Vulnerability Number

V-97403

Group Title

SRG-APP-000610

Rule Version

ISEC-06-002660

Severity

CAT II

CCI(s)

Weight

10

Fix Recommendation

Submit a CSR for a DoD Issued Certificate with the private key.
Retrieve the approved certificate from the issuing Certificate Authority.
Set the friendly name on the certificate to https.

Windows-MY:
Open the Microsoft Management Console.
Add the Certificates Snap-In for the ISEC7 Service Account.
Navigate to the Personal Certificates Store.
Import the certificate with Private key.
Log in to the ISEC7 EMM Console.
Navigate to Administration >> Configuration >> Apache Tomcat Settings.
Set the Keystore Type to Windows-MY.

JavaKeystore:
Using a Keystore browser such as Portecle, open the ISEC7 EMM Suite keystore.
Enter the Keystore password when prompted.
Delete the self-signed certificate in the keystore.
Import the DoD issued certificate with the private key.
Enter the key password when prompted.
Enter the certificate alias as https when prompted.
Save the keystore with the same keystore password.
Log in to the ISEC7 EMM Console.
Navigate to Administration >> Configuration >> Apache Tomcat Settings.
Verify the Keystore type is set to JavaKeystore PKCS12.

Check Contents

Log in to the ISEC7 EMM Console.
Confirm that the browser session is secured using a DoD issued certificate.

Alternately, Log in to the ISEC7 EMM Console.
Navigate to Administration >> Configuration >> Apache Tomcat Settings.
Identify which type of Keystore is being used.

Windows MY:
Open the Microsoft Management Console.
Add the Certificates Snap-In for the ISEC7 Service Account.
Navigate to the Personal Certificates Store.
Verify the certificate is issued by a DoD Trusted Certificate Authority.

JavaKeystore PKCS12:
Using a Keystore browser such as Portecle, open the ISEC7 EMM Suite keystore.
Enter the Keystore password when prompted.
Open the installed certificate and verify it was issued by a DoD Trusted Certificate Authority.

If certificates used by the server are not DoD issued certificates, this is a finding.

Vulnerability Number

V-97403

Documentable

False

Rule Version

ISEC-06-002660

Severity Override Guidance

Log in to the ISEC7 EMM Console.
Confirm that the browser session is secured using a DoD issued certificate.

Alternately, Log in to the ISEC7 EMM Console.
Navigate to Administration >> Configuration >> Apache Tomcat Settings.
Identify which type of Keystore is being used.

Windows MY:
Open the Microsoft Management Console.
Add the Certificates Snap-In for the ISEC7 Service Account.
Navigate to the Personal Certificates Store.
Verify the certificate is issued by a DoD Trusted Certificate Authority.

JavaKeystore PKCS12:
Using a Keystore browser such as Portecle, open the ISEC7 EMM Suite keystore.
Enter the Keystore password when prompted.
Open the installed certificate and verify it was issued by a DoD Trusted Certificate Authority.

If certificates used by the server are not DoD issued certificates, this is a finding.

Check Content Reference

M

Target Key

3503

Comments