On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 10:22 PM, Ben McGinnes <b...@adversary.org> wrote:
>> And when you're on those certified, curated systems, you have
>> access to tools like
>> https://www.open-scap.org/resources/documentation/make-a-rhel7-server-compliant-with-pci-dss/
>> to help make sure you're in compliance, I think.
> open-scap.org is a RedHat service
> and most likely only supplied to RHEL customers seeking PCI-DSS
> compliance along with direct support via their service contract.

https://www.open-scap.org/download/ shows they provide an
open source tool which is in repositories for four redhat-ish distros and
two debian-ish distros; on Ubuntu, I was able to walk down the
path of using it a bit, looks a bit rusty, but see
So it doesn't seem to be RHEL-only.  (They have a value-added tool
that is, of course.)
- Dan

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