[fw-wiz] Leader in firewall product

Rick Murphy rmurphy@mitre.org
Mon, 18 Sep 2000 15:19:07 -0400

At 10:27 AM 9/18/2000 +0200, =?iso-8859-2?Q?Magos=E1nyi_=C1rp=E1d?= wrote:
> > > -Borderware
>Borderware is just a hardened Gauntlet running on a hardened BSD.
>(Okay, maybe it isnt gauntlet, but the feeling is the same).
>It has an ST which claims it to be EAL4, but I cannot imagine
>how could that ST got evaluated (not big issues, but I had
>some formal problems with it). It seems really a secure one
>for the old-type internet firewall usage, I say it from
>experience. But do not hit it with big traffic.

Gauntlet was ITSEC evaluated at E3, which is roughly equivalent to EAL4.
As you may know, it's all in how much security the ST provides ;-)
There's lots of EAL3 firewalls around; some of them conform to the NSA 
firewall PP set, some don't.

The company that built Borderware was once a Gauntlet reseller - that may 
explain the similarities between Borderware and Gauntlet.