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New system and security properties have been added to enable users to customize the generation of PKCS #12 keystores. This includes algorithms and parameters for key protection, certificate protection, and MacData. The detailed explanation and possible values for these properties can be found in the "PKCS12 KeyStore properties" section of the java.security file.
In the java.lang.ProcessBuilder implementation on Windows, the system property jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands=false ensures, for each argument, that double-quotes are properly encoded in the command string passed to Windows CreateProcess. An argument with a final trailing double-quote preceded by a backslash is encoded as a literal double-quote; previously, the argument including the double-quote would be joined with the next argument. An empty argument is encoded as a pair of double-quotes ("") resulting in a zero length string passed for the argument to the process; previously, it was silently ignored. An argument containing double-quotes, other than first and last, is encoded to preserve the double-quotes when passed to the process; previously, the embedded double-quotes would be dropped and not passed to the process. If a security manager is set, such as in WebStart applications, double-quotes are encoded as described. When there is no security manager, there is no change to existing behavior; the jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands property can be set to true: jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands=true or false. If left unset, it is the same as setting it to true.
With 47 weak named curves to be disabled, adding individual named curves to each disabledAlgorithms property would be overwhelming. To relieve this, a new security property, jdk.disabled.namedCurves, is implemented that can list the named curves common to all of the disabledAlgorithms properties. To use the new property in the disabledAlgorithms properties, precede the full property name with the keyword include. Users can still add individual named curves to disabledAlgorithms properties separate from this new property. No other properties can be included in the disabledAlgorithms properties.
To restore the named curves, remove the include jdk.disabled.namedCurves either from specific or from all disabledAlgorithms security properties.To restore one or more curves, remove the specific named curve(s) from the jdk.disabled.namedCurves property.
Cause: One possible cause is old server intolerance to FFDHE arguments. As per TLS RFC 7919 on server behavior If a compatible TLS server receives a Supported Groups extension from a client that includes any FFDHE group (i.e., any codepoint between 256 and 511, inclusive, even if unknown to the server), and if none of the client-proposed FFDHE groups are known and acceptable to the server, then the server MUST NOT select an FFDHE cipher suite. In this case, the server SHOULD select an acceptable non-FFDHE cipher suite from the client's offered list. If the extension is present with FFDHE groups, none of the client's offered groups are acceptable by the server, and none of the client's proposed non-FFDHE cipher suites are acceptable to the server, the server MUST end the connection with a fatal TLS alert of type insufficient_security(71).
The com.sun.org.apache.xml.internal.security.ignoreLineBreaks system property may be set to a value of true if an application is unable to handle encoded output data including the carriage return character (
Runtime.exec and ProcessBuilder have been updated in this release to tighten the constraints on the quoting of arguments to processes created by these APIs. The changes may impact applications on Microsoft Windows that are deployed with a security manager. The changes have no impact on applications that are run without a security manager.
In applications where there is no security manager, there is no change in the default behavior and the new restrictions are opt-in. To enable the restrictions, set the system property jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands to false.
Applications using Runtime.exec or ProcessBuilder with a security manager to invoke .bat or .cmd and command names that do not end in ".exe" may be more restrictive in the characters accepted for arguments if they contain double-quote, "&", "|", "", or "^". The arguments passed to applications may be quoted differently than in previous versions.
For .exe programs, embedded double quotes are allowed and are encoded so they are passed to Windows as literal quotes. In the case where the entire argument has been passed with quotes or must be quoted to encode special characters including space and tab, the encoding ensures they are passed to the application correctly. The restrictions are enforced if there is a security manager and the jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands property is "false" or there is no security manager and property is not "false".
This method first checks if there is a security manager installed. If so, the method calls the security managers checkPermission() method with the corresponding permission to ensure that the access to the image or the image creation is allowed. If the connection to the specified URL requires either URLPermission or SocketPermission, then URLPermission is used for security checks.
GRUB 2 module loading is disabled as there is no infrastructure for signing and verification of GRUB 2 modules, which means allowing them to be loaded would constitute execution of untrusted code inside the security perimeter that Secure Boot defines. Instead, Red Hat provides a signed GRUB 2 binary that has all the modules supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 already included.
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Information Resources Owner (Owner) - the manager or agent responsible for the business function that is supported by the Information Resource or the individual upon whom responsibility rests for carrying out the program that uses the resources. The Owner is responsible for establishing the controls that provide the security, as well as authorizing access to the Information Resource. The Owner of a collection of information is the person responsible for the business results of that system or the business use of the information. Where appropriate, ownership may be shared. Note: In the context of this Policy and associated Standards, Owner is a role that has security responsibilities assigned to it by Texas Administrative Code (TAC) 202.72. It does not imply legal ownership of an Information Resource. All University Information Resources are legally owned by U. T. Austin or U. T. System.
Information Security Administrator - a departmental employee, designated by management, who assists with information security tasks as described in UTS165 Standard 1 - Information Resources Security Responsibilities and Accountability. The Information Security Administrator is also historically known as the IT Security Custodian.
7.3 Colleges, schools, or units may object to a scheduled or unscheduled change for reasons including, but not limited to, inadequate planning, inadequate back out contingencies, inopportune timing in terms of impact on service to users or in relation to key business process such as year-end accounting, or lack of resources to address potential problems that may be caused by the change. The responsible party will review all objections. A security exception request may be submitted to the Information Security Office if there are objections to a planned change that is triggered by security requirements.
11.8 As required by Section 2054.517 of the Texas Government Code, the university shall adopt and implement a policy for Internet website and mobile application security procedures that complies with this Standard and aligns with the Minimum Security Standards for Application Development and Administration. The Chief Information Security Officer is responsible for developing and implementing the policy and procedures in conjunction with the Office of Legal Affairs, Privacy Officer, and other officials responsible for compliance with privacy laws (including HIPAA and FERPA) and data security laws. The policy and procedures should consider business processes such as contracting, acceptance testing, and system deployment, etc.
12.4 Reporting to the Institutional Information Security Officer. Information Resources Owners, Custodians, and any supervisor or manager who becomes aware of a Security Incident is to report the incident to: the U. T. Austin Chief Information Security Officer (via firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-475-9242); or the university's compliance hotline (via email@example.com or 1-877-888-0002).
The university recognizes the special risks associated with the collections, use, and disclosure of social security numbers. Accordingly, the requirements of this section to apply to all social security numbers contained in any medium, including paper records that are collected, maintained, used, or disclosed by the university. 2b1af7f3a8