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Cryptographic Module Validation Program CMVP

Certificate #103

Details

Module Name
Base DSS Cryptographic Provider, Base Cryptographic Provider, DSS/Diffie-Hellman Enhanced Cryptographic Provider, and Enhanced Cryptographic Provider
Standard
FIPS 140-1
Status
Historical
 Historical Reason
Validation Sunsetting Policy - FIPS 140-1 Certificate
Overall Level
1
Caveat
For services provided by the listed FIPS-Approved algorithms
Security Level Exceptions
  • EMI/EMC: Level 3
  • Operating System Security: Tested as meeting Level 1 with Microsoft Windows 2000 SPx (operated in single-user mode)
Module Type
Software
Embodiment
Multi-chip standalone
Description
These are general-purpose software-based cryptomodules. They provide services that enable application developers to utilize several different cryptographic algorithms and functions via the Microsoft CryptoAPI without knowing the underlying implementation.
FIPS Algorithms
DSA/SHA-1 Certs. #28 and #29
RSA vendor affirmed
Triple-DES Cert. #16
Other Algorithms
DES (Certs. #65, 66, 67 and 68); Diffie-Hellman (key agreement); RC2; RC4; MD2; MD4; MD5
Software Versions
(Base DSS: 5.0.2150.1391 [SP1], 5.0.2195.2228 [SP2] and 5.0.2195.3665 [SP3]), (Base: 5.0.2150.1391 [SP1], 5.0.2195.2228 [SP2] and 5.0.2195.3839 [SP3]), (DSS/DH Enh: 5.0.2150.1391 [SP1], 5.0.2195.2228 [SP2] and 5.0.2195.3665 [SP3]), (Enh: 5.0.2150.1391 [SP1], 5.0.2195.2228 [SP2] and 5.0.2195.3839 [SP3])

Vendor

Microsoft Corporation
One Microsoft Way
Redmond, WA 98052-6399
USA

Dave Friant
Dave.Friant@microsoft.com
Phone: 425-704-7984

Validation History

Date Type Lab
7/10/2000 Initial CYGNACOM SOLUTIONS INC
12/14/2001 Update
7/31/2002 Update
10/15/2007 Update