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eSafe is a Seattle-based company that also happens to be founded by an Israeli. eSafe offers two products: Protect, a personal firewall, and Protect Gateway, a firewall-level filtering system. Protect works by placing resource limitations on mobile code. The idea is to create a sandbox similar to the Java sandbox within which all mobile code must run. The Protect Gateway product is a filter meant to be added to an existing firewall that scans several protocols for mobile code. The filter includes blacklisting capability. eSafe products also include antivirus capability in addition to addressing mobile code security.
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The Princeton team distributes a black-listing/white-listing Class Loader for JDK 1.0.2 that can automatically allow or disallow applets to be loaded from particular sites. The filter replaces Java's normal AppletClassLoader with a new implementation that checks URLs and policy before fetching code. Although this is not a commercial product, it is certainly a third-party add-on that some organizations may find useful. See www.cs.princeton.edu/sip/JavaFilter for more information.
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Regardless of its misleading name, the International Computer Security Association is a for-profit business that licenses the use of trademarked "certification" logos. (Perhaps its name is a perfect example of spoofing !) ICSA was known as NCSA until 1998 when it changed its name from "National" to "International." As part of its business, ICSA creates consortia of security vendors interested in particular issues. The consortia exist to hash out self-imposed certification criteria that can be used as a marketing edge by vendors. ICSA's business strategy is to get vendors to pay to be in a consortium (in which vendors create certification criteria) and then pay to be certified on a subscription basis. Consumer purchasing decisions are often swayed, for whatever reason, by ICSA certification marks. One of ICSA's best-known certification products involves certifying firewalls. The firewall certification system makes an interesting case study. As we understand it, ICSA's firewall certification process boils down to running a penetration test against one instance of a firewall product as configured according to printed instructions from the firewall vendor. If a firewall product passes the tests, the vendor is allowed to place an ICSA certification stamp on its box (and use it in its marketing literature).
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A potentially fatal flaw in this firewall certification scheme is that firewalls are not really black-box systems; instead, they are programmable systems that are only as strong as the rules within them defining security policy. Rules in a typical firewall say things like "only allow machines having an IP address within the proper range to send HTTP traffic through port 80." The flaw in the ICSA certification scheme becomes obvious considering that what is being certified is a particular configuration of a firewall. The problem is that firewalls are particularly easy to misconfigure, and the certification scheme says nothing about how difficult it is for an end user of a firewall to configure it correctly. Firewall purchasers may be misled into thinking that buying an ICSA-certified firewall guarantees some minimum level of security. That is not the case. For a stark view of the ICSA firewall certification process, see firewall guru Marcus Ranum's page at www.clark.net/pub/mjr/pubs/fwtest/index.htm. On the flip side of the coin, the firewall certification process that ICSA offers is said to be a discriminator; that is, some firewall products are unable to pass the security tests even when configured according to the instructions! So the certification has at least that benefit to offer. We raise the firewall certification issue because ICSA recently announced the formation of a consortium meant to address mobile code security. Current members of the consortium include Digitivity, eSafe, Finjan, Internet Security Systems, Security7, and Symantec (among others). Strikingly, the major vendors of security-critical platforms for mobile code (Sun, Netscape, and Microsoft) are missing from the list. The question raised earlier in this chapter about what third-party vendors can offer (as opposed to the platform architects) comes to mind. It is likely that the mobile code consortium will choose to invent a set of self-imposed standards (a certification process) for itself. The question to ask is, what will this certification amount to Developing a certification standard for the mobile code consortium is no easy task if it is to be done properly. Without external review by experts, a mobile code security certification may not actually mean anything. It is our hope that ICSA will take the opportunity to do things right.
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