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Corestreet, Ltd., Validation Authority, version 5.1.5
Web Site Corestreet, Ltd.
Status CERTIFIED - The certification letter is available on the JITC Joint Interoperability Tool web page. A JIT account must be requested to obtain access to the certification letters.
Date Certified June 2008
Type/Supported Functions Online Certificate Status Protocol Responder.
Operating Systems Supported Minimum Linux System Configuration
  • 1 GHz Intel x86 processor
  • 512 MB memory
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.4
  • 500 MB available disk space
Minimum Solaris System Configuration
  • 500 MHz SPARC processor
  • 512 MB memory
  • Sun Solaris 8 or Sun Solaris 10
  • 500 MB available disk space
Minimum Microsoft Windows System Configuration
  • 1 GHz MHz Intel x86 processor
  • 512 MB memory
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server SP4, or
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2 or
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP1
  • 500 MB available disk space
Associated Software
  • Web browser for management
  • Optionally a database (MSDE)
  • HSM for compliance with FIPS 140-2-This is an environmental (i.e. US Federal government) deployment requirement.
  • CoreStreet's Tactical Validation Authority 5.1.5 add-in
Common Access Card Information Not Tested.
Application Description The CoreStreet Validation Authority (VA) is capable of receiving certificate validation requests through the Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) defined in RFC 2560. The CoreStreet Validation Authority provides signed responses validated in real time when operated in traditional mode and publishes pre-generated responses used by CoreStreet Responders or CoreStreet Responder Appliances. The CoreStreet Validation Authority can be configured in Tactical Validation Authority (TVA) mode to take advantage of smaller mini Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL) in low-bandwidth environments.

This description was provided by the vendor.

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