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Sours: https://docs.microfocus.com/SM/9.60/Hybrid/Content/security/tasks/configure_Java_for_fips_mode.htm

37 Enabling FIPS Mode

X509PKIPathv1 token Not Supported

The X509PKIPathv1 token is not supported for FIPS 140-2 mode in this release of WebLogic Server. If you use the X509PKIPathv1 token in a custom policy, change the policy to use the PKCS7 token instead.

Specifically, the following two policy assertions are not supported in FIPS 140-2 mode in this release of WebLogic Server:

If you use these two policy assertions, change them to the following two assertions instead:

For example, if the policy has the following assertion in the custom policy:

<wsp:Policy> <sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken=". . ."> <wsp:Policy> <sp:WssX509PkiPathV1Token10/> </wsp:Policy> </sp:X509Token> </wsp:Policy>

replace it with the following policy assertion:

<wsp:Policy> <sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken=". . ."> <wsp:Policy> <sp:WssX509Pkcs7Token10/> </wsp:Policy> </sp:X509Token> </wsp:Policy>

Or, if the policy has the following assertion in the custom policy:

<wsp:Policy> <sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken=". . ."> <wsp:Policy> <sp:RequireThumbprintReference/> <sp:WssX509PkiPathV1Token11/> </wsp:Policy> </sp:X509Token> </wsp:Policy>

replace it with the following assertion:

<wsp:Policy> <sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken=". . ."> <wsp:Policy> <sp:RequireThumbprintReference/> <sp:WssX509Pkcs7Token11/> </wsp:Policy> </sp:X509Token> </wsp:Policy>
Sours: https://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1213/wls/SECMG/fips.htm
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Setting Java to FIPS 140-2 Compliancy Mode to support AS2 and ONEview

  1. You need to install Network Security Services (NNS module for your distribution).
  2. SunJSSE is configured in FIPS mode by associating it with an appropriate FIPS 140 certified cryptographic provider that supplies the implementations for all cryptographic algorithms required by SunJSSE.
    1. Edit the file ${java.home}/lib/security/java.security and modify the line that lists com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.Provider to list the provider name of the FIPS 140 certified cryptographic provider. For example, if the name of the cryptographic provider is SunPKCS11-NSS, change the line from: security.provider.4=com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.Provider     to security.provider.4=com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.Provider SunPKCS11-NSS The class for the provider of the given name must also be listed as a security provider in the java.security file.
    2. You will also need to add a security provider to the pkcs11.cfg:security.provider.2=sun.security.pkcs11.SunPKCS11 /nhin/fipsconfig/pkcs11.cfg
  3.    In the same file above, java.security, also modify the value of Keystore as shown below:

  keystore.type=PKCS11

The Windows operating system provides a Local Policy Setting (System cryptography: Use FIPS compliant algorithms for encryption, hashing, and signing), which is used by many Microsoft products to determine if FIPS mode should be enforced. Upon setting this flag, the Microsoft product will enforce the Security Policy of the validated cryptographic library (ensuring that it is used in a FIPS compliant manner).

Note – There is no enforcement of the FIPS policy by the operating system or the validated cryptographic libraries (CAPI or CNG). Instead, each individual application must check this flag and enforce the Security Policy of the validated cryptographic libraries.
While there are alternative methods for setting the FIPS local policy flag, the following method is included as a guide to users with Administrative access:
  1. Open the 'Run' menu by clicking Start > Run or pressing the combination 'Windows Key + R'. On Windows Vista and later systems using the Start Menu, you can use the search box at the bottom of the menu.
  2. Type secpol.msc and press Enter or click the Ok button.
  3. In the Local Security Policy management console window that opens, use the left tab to navigate to the Local Policies > Security Options.
  4. Scroll down the right pane and double-click System cryptography: Use FIPS compliant algorithms for encryption, hashing, and signing.
  5. In the properties window, select the Enabled option and click the Apply button.
  6. Close the properties window by clicking Ok and close the Local Security Policy management console window by clicking the X in the upper right corner, by going to the menu File > Exit or by pressing 'Alt + F4'.
The reason this works is because the JSSE is configured as follows for Windows:

security.provider.4=com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.Provider
security.provider.10=sun.security.mscapi.SunMSCAPI

Internet Explorer - Windows

The Windows operating system provides a Local Policy Setting (System cryptography: Use FIPS compliant algorithms for encryption, hashing, and signing), which is used by many Microsoft products to determine if FIPS mode should be enforced. Upon setting this flag, the Microsoft product will enforce the Security Policy of the validated cryptographic library (ensuring that it is used in a FIPS compliant manner).
 
Because of the above enforcement we only recommend running IE on windows computers that are set into FIPS mode. If you would prefer not to set the entire computer into FIPS mode, we strongly recommend using FireFox as your browser for FIPS mode web enabled apps (see below).
 
Note – There is no enforcement of the FIPS policy by the operating system or the validated cryptographic libraries (CAPI or CNG). Instead, each individual application must check this flag and enforce the Security Policy of the validated cryptographic libraries.
While there are alternative methods for setting the FIPS local policy flag, the following method is included as a guide to users with Administrative access:
 
  1. Open the 'Run' menu by clicking Start > Run or pressing the combination 'Windows Key + R'. On Windows Vista and later systems using the Start Menu, you can use the search box at the bottom of the menu.
  2. Type 'secpol.msc' and press Enter or click the Ok button.
  3. In the Local Security Policy management console window that opens, use the left tab to navigate to the Local Policies -> Security Options.
  4. Scroll down the right pane and double-click System cryptography: Use FIPS compliant algorithms for encryption, hashing, and signing.
  5. In the properties window, select the Enabled option and click the Apply button.
  6. Close the properties window by clicking Ok and close the Local Security Policy management console window by clicking the X in the upper right corner, by going to the menu File > Exit or by pressing 'Alt + F4'.

Safari - OSX

At present, there is no FIPS support on Lion (10.7)

Safari - Snow Leopard (10.6)

The FIPS validated cryptographic module that ships with Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard requires an additional setup step to place the system into “FIPS Mode” for full compliance. The FIPS Administration Installer must be obtained and installed on the system by the System Administrator (Crypto Officer).
 
Because we cannot ensure other browsers are using the OSX FIPS certified module, we only recommend running Safari on OSX computers that are set into FIPS mode. If you would prefer not to set the entire computer into FIPS mode, we strongly recommend using FireFox as your browser for FIPS mode web enabled apps (see below)
 
How to install the FIPS Administration Tools
 
The FIPS Administration Installer is available here. For complete instructions about FIPS Administration Installation and management, refer to the FIPS Administration Tools Crypto Officer Role Guide.
  1. Log in as an administrator on the target computer system where the tools will be installed.
  2. Double-click the FIPS Administration Installer package.
  3. Click Continue after reading the information on the Introduction page.
  4. Click Continue after reading the information on the Read Me page. You can also print or save the information on this page as needed.
  5. Click Continue after reading the Software License Agreement on the License page. You can also print or save the information on this page as needed.
  6. Click Agree if you agree with the terms of the software license. Otherwise, click Disagree and the installer will exit.
  7. Select the Mac OS X volume to install the FIPS Administration Tools, then click Continue on the Destination Select page. The FIPS Administration Tools should only be installed on the startup (boot) volume.
  8. Click the Install button.
  9. Enter your administrator username and password.
  10. Click Continue Installation with the understanding that the computer must be restarted once the installation is complete.
  11. Click Restart.
 
To verify that the FIPS Administration Tools were installed successfully
 
The FIPS Administration Tools installation can be verified by ensuring the system is in “FIPS Mode”.
Verify the system is in FIPS Mode by executing the following in a Terminal window:


 
The result should be:

[FIPSPerformSelfTest][ModeStatus] FIPS Mode Status : ENABLED 
There are two other places where you can manually verify that the FIPS Administration Tools were successfully installed:
  • The first place to verify is in  for the file named:

  • The second place to verify is in the  folder that is created during the installation. The Tools installed in that folder are:
    • FIPSPerformSelfTest – (Power-On-Self-Test Tool)
    • CryptoKAT – (CRYPTO Algorithm Known Answer Test Tool)
    • postsig – (DSA/ECDSA Signature Test Tool)

Mozilla/Firefox - Linux/Solaris/Windows/OSX

Mozilla and Firefox allow you to browse in FIPS mode even though the entire system is not in FIPS mode. This is useful if you are running other apps that will not run without FIPS validated cyphers.

Step 1: Disable SSL 2 and SSL 3, leaving only TLS
Step 2: Enable FIPS in Firefox's NSS Internal PKCS#11 module
Step 3: Disable all the non-FIPS TLS cipher suites in about:config

Sours: https://community.progress.com/s/article/Setting-Java-to-FIPS-140-2-Compliancy-Mode
How to Ensure FIPS Compliance for Applications

The X509PKIPathv1 token is not supported for FIPS 140-2 mode in this release of WebLogic Server. If you use the X509PKIPathv1 token in a custom policy, change the policy to use the PKCS7 token instead.

Specifically, the following two policy assertions are not supported in FIPS 140-2 mode in this release of WebLogic Server:

If you use these two policy assertions, change them to the following two assertions instead:

For example, if the policy has the following assertion in the custom policy:

<wsp:Policy> <sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken=". . ."> <wsp:Policy> <sp:WssX509PkiPathV1Token10/> </wsp:Policy> </sp:X509Token> </wsp:Policy>

replace it with the following policy assertion:

<wsp:Policy> <sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken=". . ."> <wsp:Policy> <sp:WssX509Pkcs7Token10/> </wsp:Policy> </sp:X509Token> </wsp:Policy>

Or, if the policy has the following assertion in the custom policy:

<wsp:Policy> <sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken=". . ."> <wsp:Policy> <sp:RequireThumbprintReference/> <sp:WssX509PkiPathV1Token11/> </wsp:Policy> </sp:X509Token> </wsp:Policy>

replace it with the following assertion:

<wsp:Policy> <sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken=". . ."> <wsp:Policy> <sp:RequireThumbprintReference/> <sp:WssX509Pkcs7Token11/> </wsp:Policy> </sp:X509Token> </wsp:Policy>
Sours: https://docs.oracle.com/en/middleware/fusion-middleware/weblogic-server/12.2.1.4/secmg/fips.html

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