[openssl-users] FIPS 140-2 on iOS

Q Gct quentin.gouchet at gmail.com
Tue Apr 28 20:16:24 UTC 2015


I believe you can make an app that is FIPS compliant: since OpenSSL can be
made FIPS compliant on a non-validated OS, why not an app on iOS? But it
will be FIPS compliant, not FIPS validated app.

Le mar. 28 avr. 2015 21:45, Sec_Aficionado <secaficionado at gmail.com> a
écrit :

> Hi there,
> Total n00b question here. I recently ran across a question on an iOS forum
> where someone was building an app with FIPS 140-2 compliant communications.
> Now, from reading here (mailing lists) about FIPS certification, it
> involves both the bits and the platform. So it would not be possible to
> create an app that is compliant on a platform that hasn't been certified.
> Is that a correct assumption? Or can I build a compliant app with just
> certified libraries?
> Thanks!
> Sent from my mobile
> I may have missed some "autocorrections"
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