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A combination of these three variables leads to the following certificate classes:
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DoD Class 2. Users prove identity by providing a user name and password for an account in the organization s authoritative directory. Once a valid user name and password are provided, a certificate is issued. The certificate is typically stored on the hard drive of the computer where the certificate request is generated. A DoD Class 2 certificate can be used for:
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Digital signatures for administrative data or day-to-day work on any network. Key exchange for high-value data on an encrypted network or confidentiality of low-value information on nonencrypted networks.
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DoD Class 3. Users prove identity by providing at least one piece of official federal government photo identification or two credentials issued by other entities, with one of the documents being a photo ID (such as a driver s license). The private key associated with the certificate is still stored on the user s hard disk, but the increased subject validation allows the private key to be used for medium-value transactions on a public network. DoD Class 3 Hardware. A DoD Class 3 Hardware certificate uses the same subject validation process as a DoD Class 3 certificate. The difference is that the private key material and certificate are exported from the user s hard disk to a hardware token, such as a USB token. The movement of the private key to a hardware device increases the security of the private key.
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Note Once the private key is successfully transferred to a hardware device, the private key should be deleted from the computer s hard drive to prevent unauthorized access.
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DoD Class 4. A DoD Class 4 certificate requires presentation of the same photo identification as the DoD Class 3 and DoD Class 3 Hardware certificates. The difference is that the private key pair is not generated on the local hard disk but on a hardware two-factor device, such as a smart card. The increased security of the key pair associated with the certificate results in the certificate being valid for high-value transactions on public networks. DoD Class 5. Currently, there is no PKI that meets the subject-identification requirements for a DoD Class 5 certificate. In the future, a DoD Class 5 certificate will require biometric validation of the certificate s subject. This can include retinal scans, fingerprint matches, or even DNA matching. A DoD Class 5 certificate can be used to secure classified materials on public networks.
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Part I:
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Foundations of PKI
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Note The DoD classifications do not assign actual values to low-value, medium-value, or high-value transactions. Rather than providing predetermined values that can become dated, general terms are used to allow value modification without requiring certificate policy modification.
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Certificate Practice Statement (CPS)
A CPS defines the measures taken to secure CA operations and the management of CA-issued certificates. You can consider a CPS to be an agreement between the organization managing the CA and the people relying on the certificates issued by the CA. By reviewing a CA s CPS a public document that should be readily available to all participants on the Internet a relying party can determine whether the certificates issued by that CA meet its security requirements. The CPS contains the following information:
How the CA will enforce the measures necessary to validate the certificate s subject, as required by the certificate policy. The liability of the organization in the event that an act of fraud is performed against the service protected by the certificate and the fault is found to be associated with the certificate. The circumstances under which a certificate can be revoked before its expiration.
When a certificate is issued by a CA that follows a CPS, the CA s certificate (or that of its parent CA) includes a URL pointer to the CPS. In the CA s certificate, the CPS is viewed by clicking the Issuer Statement button on the General tab of the certificate, as shown in Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-2
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