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Export Warning

It is the licensee's responsibility to comply with any export regulations applicable in licensee's jurisdiction. This software is subject to the U.S. Export Administration Regulations and other U.S. law, and may not be exported or re-exported to certain countries (currently Afghanistan (Taliban-controlled areas), Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan and Syria) or to persons or entities prohibited from receiving U.S. exports (including Denied Parties, Specially Designated Nationals, and entities on the Bureau of Export Administration Entity List or involved with missile technology or nuclear, chemical or biological weapons).

Posted by Mohamed Shafik 2001-03-22

HRS Conformance Test Suite Available

The Conformance Test Suite for the HRS module is now available for download. It requires the CDSA CTS to be installed prior to installing this package. See the release notes (cts-hrs_relnotes.pdf) for more information on installing and running the Test Suite.

Posted by Mohamed Shafik 2000-12-18

CDSA Available Through SourceForge

The latest version of the CDSA reference implementation, CDSA Version 2 Release 3.12, along with comprehensive user documentation and the CDSA conformance test suite are available through SourceForge at http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/cdsa. Caldera (http://www.caldera.com/), The Bull TrustWay Organization (http://www.bull.com/), and Intel (http://www.intel.com/) worked collaboratively to create this release, which supports Linux 32 and 64 bit environments and Microsoft Windows. Extensive information on CDSA can be found at http://developer.intel.com/ial/security and at http://www.opengroup.org/publications/catalog/c914.htm.

Posted by Shane Smit 2000-11-21

CDSA Source Code Available

The Common Data Security Architecture source code is now available through CVS. For build instructions see lin_readme.txt.

Posted by Shane Smit 2000-11-07