Pyramid Development Corporation PC/DACS
Final evaluation rept.
NATIONAL COMPUTER SECURITY CENTER FORT GEORGE G MEADE MD
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The National Computer Security Center NCSC examines the security protection mechanisms provided by Pyramids PCDACS Rel 2. PCDACS is a subsystem not a complete trusted computer system. Therefore, it was evaluated against the Computer Security Subsystem Interpretation CSSI. Specifically, the applicable requirements for this evaluation included identification and authentication I and A, discretionary access control DAC, audit and object reuse. PCDACS runs on an IBM, PC, XT or AT or 100 BIOS compatible microcomputer with at least 512KB of random access memory RAM running MS-DOS or PC-DOS 2.0 or greater. The system is required to have at least one floppy disk drive, a hard disk drive and a monitor. PCDACS is intended for environments where several users share a single personal computer.
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