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McAfee, Inc.McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 AppliancesHardware Models: 5000, 5500; Firmware Version: 7.3.2.3.4FIPS 140-2 Non-Proprietary Security PolicyFIPS Security Level: 2Document Version: 1.3Prepared for:Prepared by:McAfee, Inc. Headquarters2821 Mission College BlvdSanta Clara, CA 95054United States of AmericaCorsec Security, Inc.13921 Park Center Road, Suite 460Herndon, VA 20171United States of AmericaPhone: 1 (888) 847-8766http://www.mcafee.comPhone: 1 (703) 267-6050http://www.corsec.com/

Security Policy, Version 1.3December 21, 2015Table of Contents1INTRODUCTION . 41.1 PURPOSE . 41.2 REFERENCES . 41.3 DOCUMENT ORGANIZATION . 42MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY WG5000 AND WG5500 APPLIANCES . 52.1 OVERVIEW . 52.2 MODULE SPECIFICATION. 82.3 MODULE INTERFACES . 92.4 ROLES AND SERVICES .122.4.1 Cryptographic Officer Role . 122.4.2 User Role . 122.4.3 Services . 122.4.4 Non-Security Relevant Services . 152.4.5 Authentication Mechanisms . 152.5 PHYSICAL SECURITY .162.6 OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT.172.7 CRYPTOGRAPHIC KEY MANAGEMENT .172.8 EMI/EMC .232.9 SELF-TESTS .232.9.1 Power-Up Self-Tests . 232.9.2 Conditional Self-Tests . 232.10 MITIGATION OF OTHER ATTACKS .243SECURE OPERATION . 253.1 INITIAL SETUP.253.1.1 Setting FIPS Environment . 253.1.2 Installing the Opacity Baffles . 253.1.3 Applying Tamper-Evident Seals . 273.1.4 Power Supply Replacement . 313.2 CRYPTO-OFFICER GUIDANCE .313.2.1 Management . 313.2.2 Zeroization . 313.3 USER GUIDANCE .324ACRONYMS . 33Table of FiguresFIGURE 1 – MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY WG5000 (TOP) AND WG5500 (BOTTOM) .5FIGURE 2 – TYPICAL DEPLOYMENT SCENARIO .7FIGURE 3 – BLOCK DIAGRAM FOR THE WG 5000 AND WG 5500 .8FIGURE 4 – MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY 5000 (FRONT VIEW) .9FIGURE 5 – MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY 5500 (FRONT VIEW) .9FIGURE 6 – MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY 5000 (REAR VIEW) . 10FIGURE 7 – MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY WG5000 (REAR VIEW) . 10FIGURE 8 – OPACITY BAFFLE FOR WG5000. 26FIGURE 9 – OPACITY BAFFLE INSTALLED ON WG5000 . 26FIGURE 10 – OPACITY BAFFLE FOR WG5500 . 26FIGURE 11 – OPACITY BAFFLE INSTALLED ON WG5500 . 26FIGURE 12 – WG5000 FRONT BEZEL SEAL PLACEMENT (TOP). 27FIGURE 13 – WG5000 REMOVABLE PANEL SEAL PLACEMENT . 28FIGURE 14 – WG5000 FRONT BEZEL SEAL PLACEMENT (BOTTOM) . 28McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 2 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3December 21, 2015FIGURE 15 – WG5500 FRONT BEZEL SEAL PLACEMENT (TOP). 29FIGURE 16 – WG5500 REMOVABLE PANEL SEAL PLACEMENT . 29FIGURE 17 – WG5500 FRONT BEZEL SEAL PLACEMENT (BOTTOM) . 30FIGURE 18 – WG5000 POWER SUPPLY SEALS PLACEMENT . 30FIGURE 19 – WG5500 POWER SUPPLY SEALS PLACEMENT . 31List of TablesTABLE 1 – MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY MODEL SPECIFICATIONS .7TABLE 2 – SECURITY LEVEL PER FIPS 140-2 SECTION .7TABLE 3 – LED DESCRIPTIONS. 10TABLE 4 – MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY PORTS AND INTERFACES . 11TABLE 5 – FIPS 140-2 LOGICAL INTERFACE MAPPINGS . 12TABLE 6 – MCAFEE WEB GATEWAY SERVICES . 13TABLE 7 – AUTHENTICATION MECHANISMS EMPLOYED BY THE MODULE . 16TABLE 8 – ALGORITHM CERTIFICATE NUMBERS FOR CRYPTOGRAPHIC LIBRARIES. 17TABLE 9 – NETWORK PROTOCOL COMPONENT VALIDATION . 18TABLE 10 – CRYPTOGRAPHIC KEYS, CRYPTOGRAPHIC KEY COMPONENTS, AND CSPS . 19TABLE 11 – ACRONYMS . 33McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 3 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.31December 21, 2015Introduction1.1 PurposeThis is a non-proprietary Cryptographic Module Security Policy for the McAfee Web Gateway WG5000and WG5500 Appliances from McAfee, Inc. This Security Policy describes how the McAfee WebGateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances meet the security requirements of Federal InformationProcessing Standards (FIPS) Publication 140-2, which details the U.S. and Canadian Governmentrequirements for cryptographic modules. More information about the FIPS 140-2 standard and validationprogram is available on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and theCommunications Security Establishment (CSE) Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP)website at http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/STM/cmvp.This policy was prepared as part of the Level 2 FIPS 140-2 validation of the module. The McAfee WebGateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances are referred to in this document collectively as the McAfeeWeb Gateway, the appliance, the cryptographic module, or the module.1.2 ReferencesThis document deals only with operations and capabilities of the module in the technical terms of a FIPS140-2 cryptographic module security policy. More information is available on the module from thefollowing sources: The McAfee corporate website (http://www.mcafee.com) contains information on the full line ofproducts from McAfee. The CMVP website 0-1/140val-all.htm)contains contact information for individuals to answer technical or sales-related questions for themodule.1.3 Document OrganizationThe Security Policy document is one document in a FIPS 140-2 Submission Package. In addition to thisdocument, the Submission Package contains: Vendor Evidence documentFinite State Model documentValidation Submission Summary documentOther supporting documentation as additional referencesThis Security Policy and the other validation submission documentation were produced by Corsec Security,Inc. under contract to McAfee. With the exception of this Non-Proprietary Security Policy, the FIPS 1402 Submission Package is proprietary to McAfee and is releasable only under appropriate non-disclosureagreements. For access to these documents, please contact McAfee.McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 4 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.32December 21, 2015McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances2.1 OverviewMcAfee, Inc. is a global leader in Enterprise Security solutions. The company’s comprehensive portfolioof network security products and solutions provides unmatched protection for the enterprise in the mostmission-critical and sensitive environments.The McAfee Web Gateway is a high-performance, enterprise-strength proxy appliance family that providesthe caching, authentication, administration, and authorization controls required by today’s most demandingenterprises. With multiple appliance models to choose from, the McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 andWG5500 Appliances deliver deployment flexibility and performance, along with scalability to easilysupport hundreds of thousands of users in a single environment. McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 andWG5500 Appliances deliver comprehensive security for all aspects of Web 2.0 traffic. A front view of theModel WG5000 and WG5500 is shown in Figure 1 below.Figure 1 – McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 (top) and WG5500 (bottom)The McAfee Web Gateway ensures comprehensive web security for networks. It protects networks againstthreats arising from the web, such as viruses and other malware, inappropriate content, data leaks, andrelated issues. It also ensures regulatory compliance and a productive work environment.The appliance is installed as a gateway that connects a network to the web. Following the implementedweb security rules, it filters the requests that users send to the web from within the network. Responsessent back from the web and embedded objects sent with requests or responses are also filtered. Maliciousand inappropriate content is blocked, while useful content is allowed to pass through.Web filtering is accomplished via the following appliance processes: Intercepting web traffic: this is achieved by the gateway functions of the appliance, usingdifferent network protocols and services such as HTTP1, HTTPS2, FTP3, Yahoo, ICQ, WindowsLive Messenger, and others. As a gateway, the appliance can run in explicit proxy mode or intransparent bridge or router mode. Filtering web objects: special anti-virus and anti-malware functions on the appliance scan andfilter web traffic and block objects when they are infected. Other functions filter requestedURLs4, using information from the global TrustedSource intelligence system, or do media typeHTTP – Hypertext Transfer ProtocolHTTPS – Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol3 FTP – File Transfer Protocol4 URL – Uniform Resource Locator12McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 5 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3December 21, 2015and HTML5 filtering. They are supported by functions that do not filter themselves, but do jobssuch as counting user requests or indicating the progress made in downloading web objects. Filtering users: this is done by the authentication mechanisms provided by the appliance, usinginformation from internal and external databases and methods such as NTLM 6,7,8, LDAP9,RADIUS10, Kerberos, and others. In addition to filtering normal users, the appliance also providescontrol over administrator rights and responsibilities. Monitoring the filtering process: the monitoring functions of the appliance allow administrators acontinuous overview of the filtering process. The monitoring functions include a dashboard,which provides information on web usage, filtering activities, and system behavior as thedashboard also provides logging and tracing functions and options to forward data to an ePolicyOrchestrator. Event monitoring is provided by an SNMP11 agent.For user-initiated web requests, the McAfee Web Gateway first enforces an organization’s internet usepolicy. For all allowed traffic, it then uses local and global techniques to analyze the nature and intent ofall content and active code entering the network via the requested web pages, providing immediateprotection against malware and other hidden threats. Additionally, the SSL12 Scanner feature of theMcAfee Web Gateway can examine TLS13 traffic to provide in-depth protection against malicious code thatmight otherwise be disguised through encryption.To secure outbound traffic, the McAfee Web Gateway scans user-generated content on all key webprotocols, including HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP. As part of a fully-integrated McAfee data loss preventionsolution, the McAfee Web Gateway protects against loss of confidential information and other threatsleaking from the organization through blogs, wikis, and online productivity tools such as organizers andcalendars. The McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances also provide administrators withthe ability to monitor and troubleshoot the appliance.The McAfee Web Gateway combines and integrates numerous protections that would otherwise requiremultiple stand-alone products. Web filtering, anti-virus, anti-spyware, SSL scanning, and content controlfiltering capabilities are combined into a single appliance. A simplified management footprint means that asingle compliance policy can be shared across protections and protocols. Figure 2 shows a typicaldeployment scenario for the McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances.HTML – Hypertext Markup LanguageNTLM – Microsoft Windows NT LAN Manager7 NT – New Technology8 LAN – Local Area Network9 LDAP – Lightweight Directory Access Protocol10 RADIUS – Remote Authentication Dial-up User Service11 SNMP – Simple Network Management Protocol12 SSL – Secure Sockets Layer13 TLS – Transport Layer Security56McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 6 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3December 21, 2015Figure 2 – Typical Deployment ScenarioTable 1 below provides general specification for the McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500Appliances.Table 1 – McAfee Web Gateway Model SpecificationsWG5000WG55001U rack-mount2U rack-mountIntel Xeon E5640(quad core)Intel Xeon E5660(2 quad core)6 GB12 GB4 x 10/100/10004 x 10/100/1000RAID 0/1/10RAID 0/1/10Form FactorProcessorMemoryInterfacesRAID14Hard DiskAvailable: 6 x 300 GB SAS Available: 8 x 300 GB SASInstalled : 2 x 300 GB SAS Installed : 6 x 300 GB SASPower SupplyRedundantRedundantThe McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances are validated at the FIPS 140-2 Sectionlevels shown in Table 2 below.Table 2 – Security Level Per FIPS 140-2 SectionSection14Section TitleLevel1Cryptographic Module Specification22Cryptographic Module Ports and Interfaces23Roles, Services, and Authentication24Finite State Model25Physical Security26Operational Environment27Cryptographic Key Management28EMI/EMC152RAID – Redundant Array of Inexpensive DisksMcAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 7 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3December 21, 2015SectionSection TitleLevel9Self-tests210Design Assurance311Mitigation of Other AttacksN/A162.2 Module SpecificationThe McAfee Web Gateway is a multi-chip standalone cryptographic hardware module that meets overallLevel 2 FIPS 140-2 requirements. The cryptographic boundary of the module is defined by the hard metalchassis, which surrounds all the hardware and firmware components. Figure 3 depicts the block diagramand the cryptographic boundary of the module, which is indicated using the red dotted line. Please notethat the anti-virus and URL categorization modules are excluded from the cryptographic DDClockGeneratorSCSI/SATAControllerLEDs/LCDNorth SlotsGraphicsControllerExternalPower SupplyPlaintext dataEncrypted dataControl inputStatus outputCrypto boundarySouth BridgeUSBPCI/PCIeSlotsBIOSKEY:BIOS – Basic Input/Output SystemCPU – Central Processing UnitSATA – Serial Advanced Technology AttachmentSCSI – Small Computer System InterfacePCI – Peripheral Component InterconnectLED – Light Emitting DiodePCIe – PCI expressHDD – Hard Disk DriveDVD – Digital Video DiscUSB – Universal Serial BusRAM – Random Access MemoryLCD – Liquid Crystal DisplayFigure 3 – Block Diagram for the WG 5000 and WG 550017EMI/EMC – Electromagnetic Interference / Electromagnetic CompatibilityN/A – Not Applicable17 It should be noted that either the serial port or the Graphics Controller (VGA) port is used for status output but notboth at the same time.1516McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 8 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3December 21, 20152.3 Module InterfacesThe McAfee Web Gateway is a multi-chip standalone cryptographic module that meets overall Level 2FIPS 140-2 requirements. Interfaces on the module can be categorized as the following FIPS 140-2 logicalinterfaces: Data Input InterfaceData Output InterfaceControl Input interfaceStatus Output InterfacePower InterfaceAll ports and interfaces are located at the back side of the hardware module. The front of the chassis ispopulated with the power/sleep, reset, ID18, and NMI19 buttons, a USB port, a VGA20 port21, and severalLEDs; please note that some of these are covered by the bezel. The front and rear view of the appliancesare shown in the figures below.Figure 4 – McAfee Web Gateway 5000 (Front View)Figure 5 – McAfee Web Gateway 5500 (Front View)ID – IdentificationNMI – Non- Maskable Interrupt20 VGA – Video Graphics Array21 WG 5500 appliance only1819McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 9 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3December 21, 2015Figure 6 – McAfee Web Gateway 5000 (Rear View)Figure 7 – McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 (Rear View)Table 3 below provides a description of the LEDs visible on the WG5000 and WG5500 appliances with thebezels attached.Table 3 – LED tem onBlink22,23SleepOffSystem offNIC 1/NIC2WG5000/ (WG5500GreenWG5500 only)OnNIC linkBlinkNIC activityGreenSystem Status(on standbypower)AmberOnRunning/ Normal OperationBlink 22,25DegradedOnCritical or non-recoverable conditionPower/SleepGreenOff2422Blink rate is 1Hz at 50% duty cycleThe power LED sleep indication is maintained on standby by the chipset. If the system is powered down withoutgoing through the BIOS, the LED state that is in effect at the time of power-off is restored when the system is poweredon until the BIOS clears it. If the system is not powered down normally, it is possible that the power LED is blinkingwhile the system status LED is off. This is due to a failure or configuration change that prevents the BIOS fromrunning.24 NIC – Network Interface Card25 The amber status takes precedence over the green status. When the amber LED is on or blinking, the green LED isoff.23McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 10 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3ModelDecember 21, l conditionOffOffPOST26/System StopDisk Activity(WG5500only)GreenRandom blinkProvides an indicator for disk activityOffOff27No hard disk activitySystemIdentificationBlueOnIdentify active via command or buttonOffOffNo identificationTable 4 below describes the ports and interfaces found on the two models of the cryptographic module.Table 4 – McAfee Web Gateway Ports and InterfacesModelWeb Gateway WG5000Physical Ports Web Gateway WG5500 DVD-ROM Drive (covered by bezel)Four (4) gigabit Ethernet portsFour (4) USB portsOne (1) USB port (covered by bezel)One (1) serial portOne (1) VGA portLEDs – ID, System Status, PowerPower/Sleep button, Reset button, ID button,NMI button (covered by bezel)Two (2) I/O28 PortsOne (1) Intel Remote Management ModuleTwo (2) power connectorsDVD-ROM Drive (covered by bezel)Four (4) gigabit Ethernet portsFour (4) Universal Serial Bus (USB) portsTwo (2) serial ports (one covered by bezel)One (1) Video Graphics Array (VGA) portOne (1) VGA port (covered by bezel)LEDs – NIC 1, Power, System Status, ID, NIC2, Hard DiskPower/Sleep button, Reset button, ID button,NMI button (covered by bezel)One (1) Intel Remote Management Module 3NICOne (1) Intel Remote Management ModuleTwo (2) power connectorsPOST – Power-On Self-TestOff when the system is powered off or in a sleep state28 I/O – Input/Output2627McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 11 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3December 21, 2015Once the module has been mounted and applied with the tamper-evident seals by the Crypto-Officer (CO),all physical ports marked with “(covered by bezel)” will not be accessible unless the seals are broken by theCrypto-Officer. The Crypto-Officer role is defined in Section 2.4.1.The module’s ports and interfaces are mapped to logical interfaces in Table 5 below. All of these physicalinterfaces are separated into logical interfaces defined by FIPS 140-2, as described in Table 5.Table 5 – FIPS 140-2 Logical Interface MappingsFIPS 140-2 InterfaceMcAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500Appliances Physical PortsData InputEthernet portsData OutputEthernet portsControl InputEthernet portsStatus OutputEthernet ports, serial port, VGA port, LEDsPowerPower connectorsStatus output will be provided via the serial port or the VGA port, dependant on the option selected duringinstallation of the v7.3.2.3.4 firmware.2.4 Roles and ServicesThe module supports role-based authentication. There are two authorized roles in the module that anoperator may assume: a Cryptographic Officer (Crypto-Officer, CO) role and a User role.2.4.1 Cryptographic Officer RoleThe Crypto-Officer role performs administrative services on the module, such as initialization,configuration, and monitoring of the module. Before accessing the module for any administrative service,the operator must authenticate to the module. The module offers the following management interfaces: MWGUI29 SNMPv32.4.2 User RoleA User of the module is any one of a set of clustered modules that share configuration information of themaster McAfee Web Gateway appliance. Users have to authenticate to the module with a valid certificatebefore they can access any of the user services.2.4.3 ServicesServices provided to authenticated operators are provided in Table 6 below. Please note that the keys andCritical Security Parameters (CSPs) listed indicate the type of access required: 29Read (R) : The CSP is readWrite (W): The CSP is established, generated, modified, or zeroizedMWGUI – McAfee Web Gateway Graphical User InterfaceMcAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distributed whole and intact including this copyright notice.Page 12 of 35

Security Policy, Version 1.3 December 21, 2015Execute (X): The CSP is used within an Approved or Allowed security function or authenticationmechanismTable 6 – McAfee Web Gateway gorithmsAccessedType of AccessPerform initialconfigurationConfigure the primary networkinterface, IP30 address, hostname, and DNS31 serverXN/ANoneCO LoginCrypto-Officer loginXAES, Triple-DES,RSA, SHA,HMAC, SP 80090A DRBGDH32 Establishment Public Key – RX;DH Establishment Private Key – RX;RSA33 Establishment Public Key – WRX;RSA Establishment Private Key – WRX;TLS Session Key – RWX;MWGUI Public Key – RX;MWGUI Private Key – RX;CO Password – RXImplement/mod Create/modify web securityify a webpolicy using rules and filter listssecurity policy*XRSARoot CA34 Private Key – RW;Root CA Public Key – RW;RADIUS Shared Secret – WX;LDAP Account Password – WX;NTLM Account Password – WXImport alicense*Import a licenseXN/ANoneModifyconfigurationsettings*Modify appliance configurationsettingsXRSAMWGUI Public Key – WX;MWGUI Private Key – WX;Cluster CA Public Key – WX;Cluster Server Key – WX;Cluster Client Key – WX;WCCP35 Authentication Key – WX;SNMP v3 Password – WX;NTLM Account Password – WXSWPS Key – WX;Manageadministratoraccount*Set up account foradministratorXN/ACO Password – WX;RADIUS Shared Secret – WX;NTLM Account Password – WX;SNMP v3 Password – WX;IP – Internet ProtocolDNS – Domain Name System32 DH – Diffie Hellman33 RSA – Rivest, Shamir, and Adleman34 CA – Certificate Authority35 WCCP – Web Cache Communication Protocol3031McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances 2015 McAfee, Inc.This document may be freely reproduced and distr

McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 and WG5500 Appliances deliver comprehensive security for all aspects of Web 2.0 traffic. A front view of the Model WG5000 and WG5500 is shown in Figure 1 below. Figure 1 - McAfee Web Gateway WG5000 (top) and WG5500 (bottom) The McAfee Web Gateway ensures comprehensive web security for networks. It protects networks .

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