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Works Cited

Dinopolis. Common Criteria History. 11 May 2001.

NIAP. Common Criteria Evaluation Verification Scheme.

Electronic Privacy Center. Computer Security Act of 1987.

Microsoft. Windows 2000 achievesrepparttar 139960 Common Criteria Certificate. 29 Oct 2002. Radium. The Rainbow Series Library. 28 June 2000.

Rob Elam has authors the eLamb ★ Computer security blog at He has been doing security for the Department of the Defence for 10 years and is currently a System Security Engineer in Colorado.

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