Verizon UniCERT v5.4.1

 
PROJECT ID
C104
ASSURANCE LEVEL
EAL2+ ALC_FLR.2
Security Target (ST)
 
Certification Report (CR)
 
PRODUCT NAME AND VERSION
Verizon UniCERT v5.4.1
PRODUCT TYPE
Software product which provides all the (PKI-specific) functionality needed to implement a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) System.
PRODUCT SPONSOR / DEVELOPER

Teron Labs Pty Ltd

Verizon Australia Pty Ltd

PRODUCT SPONSOR / DEVELOPER CONTACT DETAILS

Teron Labs Pty Ltd Level 7,
221 London Circuit Canberra,
ACT 2601 Australia
Telephone: +61 2 6172 1261
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Verizon Australia
Pty Ltd 330 Spencer St,
West Melbourne VIC 3003, Australia

The TOE is Verizon UniCERT v5.4.1 is a software product which provides all the (PKI-specific) functionality needed to implement a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) system.

The primary function of a PKI system is to issue and manage digital certificates that allow other IT systems to verify the identity of the holder. UniCERT provides all the functionality needed to implement a PKI system, essentially a system that provides certificate registration, PKI management, a Certification Authority, and certificate lifecycle management functions. The TOE can then be used to manage all the keys necessary for a system requiring security for end users, such as a secure messaging system, or secure use of Web browsers. UniCERT provides the ability to set up a centralized or a distributed PKI for organizations of any size.

The TOE includes the following core components:

  • Certification Authority (CA) core component. The CA is responsible for the generation and issuance (i.e. publication or distribution) of certificates and certificate revocation lists, and for the overall management of certificates and the PKI in general.
  • Registration Authority (RA) core component. The RA is responsible for gathering registration information and revocation requests, authorizing requests, and handling renewals. The control over the functions the Registration Authority components are allowed to perform is provided by the Certification Authority Operator component.

Although the TOE provides all the PKI-specific functionality needed to implement a PKI system, such a system must be hosted on a hardware platform and must also include a Windows or Linux operating system, a database management system (Oracle), a web server, and a browser.