Certificate 384 - IBM Crypto for C (ICC)
intCertNum 384
strVendorName IBM Corporation
strURL http://www.ibm.com
strAddress1 IBM/Tivoli
strAddress2 PO Box 3499
strAddress3 Australia Fair
strCity Southport
strStateProv Queensland
strPostalCode 4215
strCountry Australia
strContact Mike Thomas
strEmail mjthomas@au1.ibm.com
strPhone +61 7 5552 4030
strFax +61 7 5571 0420
strContact2 Peter Waltenberg
strEmail2 pwalten@au1.ibm.com
strFax2 +61 7 5571 0420
strPhone2 +61 7 5552 4016
intCertNum 384
strModuleName IBM Crypto for C (ICC)
strPartNumber Software Versions: 1.1, 1.2, 1.2.1 and 1.2.2
memModuleNotes When operated in FIPS mode
str140Version 140-2
_sp_ Security Policy   [pdf][html][txt]
_cert_ Certificate   [pdf][txt]
strPURL
strModuleType Software
strValidationDate 02/17/2004;
04/27/2004;
12/02/2004
intOverallLevel 1
memIndividualLevelNotes -Operational Environment: Tested as meeting Level 1 with Sun Solaris 5.8, AIX 5.2, Windows 2000 Professional and Advanced Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 (x86 and PowerPC), RedHat Linux Advanced Server 2.1 (x86), z/Linux 2.4, and HPUX 11i (all in single user mode)
strFIPSAlgorithms Triple-DES (Cert. #174);
AES (Cert. #65);
SHA-1 (Cert. #159);
RSA (PKCS#1, vendor affirmed)
strOtherAlgorithms DES (Cert. #216);
HMAC-SHA-1 (Cert #159, vendor affirmed;
non-compliant);
RC2;
RC2-40;
RC2-60;
RC4;
Blowfish;
CAST;
MD2;
MD4;
MD5;
RIPEMD;
HMAC-MD5;
DSA (non-compliant);
Diffie-Hellman (key agreement)
strConfiguration Multi-chip standalone
memModuleDescription The ICC is a C language implementation of cryptographic functions which uses the cryptographic library provided by the OpenSSL project. This enables IBM products to use an open source solution for cryptography and a FIPS 140-2 certified cryptographic provider.
intModuleCount
memAdditionalNotes 04/27/04: Updated Operational Environment and Security Policy.
12/02/04: Updated Part #, FIPS-approved Algorithms, Other Algorithms, and Security Policy.
strFirstValidtionDate
strLabName SAIC
strValidationYear 2004