Cryptographic Module Validation Program CMVP

Certificate #3089

Details

Module Name
Boot Manager
Standard
FIPS 140-2
Status
Active
Sunset Date
3/21/2023
Validation Dates
03/22/2018;06/13/2018;02/15/2019;06/20/2019;08/15/2019;11/18/2019
Overall Level
1
Caveat
When operated in FIPS mode
Security Level Exceptions
  • Physical Security: N/A
  • Design Assurance: Level 2
Module Type
Software
Embodiment
Multi-Chip Stand Alone
Description
The Windows system boot manager is called by the bootstrapping code that resides in the boot sector. It checks its own integrity, checks the integrity of the Windows OS Loader, and then launches it.
Tested Configuration(s)
  • Azure Data Box Edge (x64) running on a Microsoft Azure Data Box with PAA [7] (single-user mode)
  • Surface Hub (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Hub with PAA [1][2][3]
  • Windows 10 Education April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Education Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Education Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Education October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Book 2 with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro LTE with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Studio 2 with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Studio with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise April 2018 Update (x64) running on an HP Pro x2 612 G2 Detachable PC with LTE with PAA [6] (single-user mode)
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface 3 with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Book with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Studio with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update (x64) running on an HP Pro x2 612 G2 Detachable PC with LTE with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Book 2 with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Book with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Studio with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise Fall Creators Update (x64) running on an HP Pro x2 612 G2 Detachable PC with LTE with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Book 2 with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro LTE with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Studio with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Samsung Galaxy Book 12" with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Enterprise October 2018 Update (x64) running on an HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Home April 2018 Update (x86) running on a Dell Inspiron 660s without PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Home Creators Update (x86) running on a Dell Inspiron 660s without PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Home Fall Creators Update (x86) running on a Dell Inspiron 660s without PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Home October 2018 Update (x86) running on a Dell Inspiron 660s without PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update (ARMv7) running on a Microsoft Lumia 650 [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update (ARMv7) running on a Microsoft Lumia 950 [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update (ARMv7) running on a Microsoft Lumia 950 XL [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update (ARMv7) running on an HP Elite x3 [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update (ARMv7) running on a Microsoft Lumia 650 [4]
  • Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update (ARMv7) running on a Microsoft Lumia 950 [4]
  • Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update (ARMv7) running on a Microsoft Lumia 950 XL [4]
  • Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update (ARMv7) running on an HP Elite x3 [4]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Dell Latitude 5290 with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Book 2 with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Go with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro 6 with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro LTE with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro April 2018 Update (x64) running on an HP Slimline Desktop with PAA [6]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) on Hyper-V on Windows Server 2016 running on a Surface Pro 4 with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on a Dell Latitude 5285 with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on a Dell PowerEdge R630 Server with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on a Dell Precision Tower 5810MT with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface 3 with LTE with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on a Panasonic Toughbook with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on an HP Compaq Pro 6305 with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Creators Update (x64) running on an HP Slimline Desktop with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) on Hyper-V on Windows Server 2016 running on a Surface Pro 4 with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Dell Latitude 5285 with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Dell Latitude 5290 with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Dell PowerEdge R630 Server with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Dell Precision Tower 5810MT with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface 3 with LTE with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Panasonic Toughbook with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on an HP Compaq Pro 6305 with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro Fall Creators Update (x64) running on an HP Slimline Desktop with PAA [5]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Dell Latitude 5290 with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Book 2 with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Go with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Pro LTE with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on a Samsung Galaxy Book 10.6" with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on an HP Elite x2 1013 G3 Tablet with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 Pro October 2018 Update (x64) running on an HP Slimline Desktop with PAA [7]
  • Windows 10 S Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [1][3]
  • Windows 10 S Fall Creators Update (x64) running on a Microsoft Surface Laptop with PAA [5]
  • Windows Server 2019 Core (x64) on Hyper-V on Windows Server 2016 running on a Dell PowerEdge R740 Server with PAA [7]
  • Windows Server 2019 Core (x64) on Hyper-V on Windows Server 2019 running on a Dell Precision Tower 5810MT with PAA [7]
  • Windows Server 2019 Core (x64) running on a Dell PowerEdge R740 Server with PAA [7]
  • Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Core (x64) on Hyper-V on Windows Server 2019 running on a Dell Precision Tower 5810MT with PAA [7]
  • Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Core (x64) running on a Dell PowerEdge R740 Server with PAA [7]
  • Windows Server Datacenter Core (x64) on Hyper-V on Windows Server running on a Dell Precision Tower 5810MT with PAA [5][6]
  • Windows Server Datacenter Core (x64) running on a Dell PowerEdge R630 Server with PAA [5]
  • Windows Server Datacenter Core (x64) running on a Dell PowerEdge R740 Server with PAA [5][6]
  • Windows Server Datacenter Core (x64) running on a Dell Precision Tower 5810MT with PAA [5]
  • Windows Server Standard Core (x64) on Hyper-V on Windows Server 2016 running on a Dell PowerEdge R740 Server with PAA [6]
  • Windows Server Standard Core (x64) on Hyper-V on Windows Server running on a Dell Precision Tower 5810MT with PAA [5][6]
  • Windows Server Standard Core (x64) running on a Dell PowerEdge R630 Server with PAA [5]
  • Windows Server Standard Core (x64) running on a Dell PowerEdge R740 Server with PAA [5][6]
  • Windows Server Standard Core (x64) running on a Dell Precision Tower 5810MT with PAA [5]
FIPS Algorithms
AES Certs. #4624, #4625, #4894, #4895, #4896, #4897, #4901, #4902, #5300, #5316, #5847, #5859, #C211 and #C346
CKG vendor affirmed
HMAC Certs. #3061, #3267, #3268, #3269, #3499, #3858 and #C211
PBKDF vendor affirmed
RSA Certs. #2523, #2673, #2674, #2675, #2846, #3081 and #C349
SHS Certs. #3790, #4009, #4010, #4011, #4253, #4633 and #C211
Allowed Algorithms
N/A
Software Versions
10.0.15063 [1], 10.0.15063.674 [2], 10.0.15063.728 [3], 10.0.15254 [4], 10.0.16299 [5], 10.0.17134 [6] and 10.0.17763 [7]

Vendor

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

Mike Grimm
FIPS@microsoft.com
Phone: 800-Microsoft

Lab

LEIDOS CSTL
NVLAP Code: 200427-0