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Re: [Open-scap] IR7831 Remediation in OpenSCAP

While I have no problem with wanting to advance CRE, it is far from something that will be available worldwide. CRE is not much more than a pipe dream at this point. It was a draft idea that has been around for years and has not gone far.  

I commend the open-scap effort for expanding the remediation capabilities of XCCDF and hope that shortly they can be introduced into the actual XCCDF specification so they can be adopted as a part of any SCAP developed component.  Remediation has been a problem for the community and sometimes it just takes an example of how it can be done within the existing specifications to break the logjam. 

This is the beginning, not the end of effort I hope.  But just making a CRE entry will not make your solution available worldwide.

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From: "david oliva verizon net" <david oliva verizon net>
Date: Monday, March 25, 2013 8:04 AM
To: "shawn redhat com" <shawn redhat com>, "Open-scap-list redhat com" <Open-scap-list redhat com>
Subject: [Open-scap] IR7831 Remediation in OpenSCAP

Shawn and all:
I really like to see an interest in remediation.
If you were to post this particular remediation in the CRE (IR 7831) standard, your entry would probably look something like this






This would make your solution available worldwide.
What do you all think?
David Oliva
On 03/24/13, Shawn Wells<shawn redhat com> wrote:
On 3/22/13 4:05 PM, Simon Lukasik wrote:
> Hello OpenSCAPers,
> Recently, we have added remediation processing into OpenSCAP. I have
> written few notes at
> http://isimluk.livejournal.com/3573.html
> for those of you interested in the automated remediation and xccdf:fix
> processing.
> Have a nice weekend!

Nice writeup, and gives us something to point people to. Thank you!

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