scap-security-guide 0.1.31-5 source package in Ubuntu

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scap-security-guide (0.1.31-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Updated shared guide management (Closes: #871353).
  * Update standard version to 4.0.0
  * Update compat level to 10

 -- Philippe Thierry <email address hidden>  Fri, 11 Aug 2017 11:18:08 +0200

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Debian Security Tools Packaging Team on 2017-08-11
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Original maintainer:
Debian Security Tools Packaging Team
Architectures:
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Bionic release on 2017-10-24 universe misc
Artful release on 2017-08-11 universe misc

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Binary packages built by this source

ssg-applications: SCAP Guides and benchmarks targeting userspace applications

 This package contains all the SCAP guides, benchmarks and remediation
 files for userspace applications. Remediation files are Shell-based,
 Ansible-based and Puppet-based depending on the target infrastructure
 deployment policy.
 .
 SCAP (Security Content Automation Protocol) is a set of standards used in
 order to automatically manage vulnerabilities and policy compliance
 evaluation on a complete deployed infrastructure. SSG provides various
 official policies such as PCI-DSS, NIST SP-800-53 or ANSSI best practices
 as official policies.

ssg-base: SCAP Security guide base content and documentation

 This package contains the basic content and manual pages explaining how
 the SCAP-security-guide works. It deploys man page and all various
 information about current SSG release.
 .
 SCAP (Security Content Automation Protocol) is a set of standards used in
 order to automatically manage vulnerabilities and policy compliance
 evaluation on a complete deployed infrastructure. SSG provides various
 official policies such as PCI-DSS, NIST SP-800-53 or ANSSI best practices
 as official policies.

ssg-debderived: SCAP Guides and benchmarks targeting Debian-based OS

 This package contains all the SCAP guides for deb-based distributions
 such as Ubuntu Trusty or Xenial.
 This package contains all the SCAP guides, benchmarks and remediation
 files. Remediation files are Shell-based, Ansible-based and
 Puppet-based depending on the target infrastructure deployment policy.
 .
 SCAP (Security Content Automation Protocol) is a set of standards used in
 order to automatically manage vulnerabilities and policy compliance
 evaluation on a complete deployed infrastructure. SSG provides various
 official policies such as PCI-DSS, NIST SP-800-53 or ANSSI best practices
 as official policies.

ssg-debian: SCAP Guides and benchmarks targeting Debian 8

 This package contains all the SCAP guides, benchmarks and remediation
 files for Debian Jessie. Remediation files are Shell-based, Ansible-based
 and Puppet-based depending on the target infrastructure deployment policy.
 .
 SCAP (Security Content Automation Protocol) is a set of standards used in
 order to automatically manage vulnerabilities and policy compliance
 evaluation on a complete deployed infrastructure. SSG provides various
 official policies such as PCI-DSS, NIST SP-800-53 or ANSSI best practices
 as official policies.

ssg-nondebian: SCAP Guides and benchmarks targeting other GNU/Linux OS

 This package contains all the SCAP guides, benchmarks and remediation
 files for nondebian operating system targets such as Red-Hat RHEL or SuSE.
 Remediation files are Shell-based, Ansible-based and Puppet-based depending
 on the target infrastructure deployment policy.
 .
 SCAP (Security Content Automation Protocol) is a set of standards used in
 order to automatically manage vulnerabilities and policy compliance
 evaluation on a complete deployed infrastructure. SSG provides various
 official policies such as PCI-DSS, NIST SP-800-53 or ANSSI best practices
 as official policies.