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Plain-text version of the "Big Blob o' text"

Initial version 2015-09-05, Last update 2015-09-05

1. Background

The NIST CMVP web site shows FIPS 140-2 validated modules. The rightmost cell of the row for each such validation lists the formally tested platforms (or "Operational Environments") for each such validation. In the case of the #1747 validation that list is an illegible run-on mass of text we refer to as the "Big Blob o' Text". The Big Blob o' Text is notoriously unreadable and generally ignored by everyone but the CMVP in preference to the more legible Security Policy document linked to from the same NIST CMVP web page. That Big Blob can be converted to a legible form in various ways1, but is shown here for convenience. Here the platform numbers as shown in Table 2 of the Security Policy are on the left, and the platform descriptions as extracted from the Big Blob are on the right, in the order they appear in the Big Blob):

       1   Android 2.2 running on Qualcomm QSD8250 (ARMv7) without NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.0)
       2   Android 2.2 running on Qualcomm QSD8250 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.0)
       3   Microsoft Windows 7 (32 bit) running on Intel Celeron (Microsoft 32 bit C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 16.00)
       4   uCLinux 0.9.29 running on ARM 922T (ARMv4) (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       5   Fedora 14 running on Intel Core i5 with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.1)
       6   HP-UX 11i (32 bit) running on Intel Itanium 2 (HP C/aC++ B3910B)
       7   HP-UX 11i (64 bit) running on Intel Itanium 2 (HP C/aC++ B3910B)
       8   Ubuntu 10.04 running on Intel Pentium T4200 (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.3)
       32  Ubuntu 10.04 (32 bit) running on Intel Pentium T4200 (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.3)
       33  Ubuntu 10.04 (64 bit) running on Intel Pentium T4200 (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.3)
       9   Android 3.0 running on NVIDIA Tegra 250 T20 (ARMv7) (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.0)
       10  Linux 2.6.27 running on PowerPC e300c3 (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.4)
       11  Microsoft Windows 7 (64 bit) running on Intel Pentium 4 (Microsoft C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 16.00)
       12  Ubuntu 10.04 running on Intel Core i5 with AES-NI (32 bit) (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.3)
       13  Linux 2.6.33 running on PowerPC32 e300 (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.0)
       16  Android 2.2 running on OMAP 3530 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.0)
       19  VxWorks 6.8 running on TI TNETV1050 (MIPS) (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.2)
       20  Linux 2.6 running on Broadcom BCM11107 (ARMv6) (gcc Compiler Version 4.3.2)
       21  Linux 2.6 running on TI TMS320DM6446 (ARMv4) (gcc Compiler Version 4.3.2)
       22  Linux 2.6.32 running on TI AM3703CBP (ARMv7) (gcc Compiler Version 4.3.2)
       23  Oracle Solaris 10 (32 bit) running on SPARC-T3 (SPARCv9) (gcc Compiler Version3.4.3)
       24  Oracle Solaris 10 (64 bit) running on SPARC-T3 (SPARCv9) (gcc Compiler Version 3.4.3)
       25  Oracle Solaris 11 (32 bit) running on Intel Xeon 5675 (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.2)
       26  Oracle Solaris 11 (64 bit) running on Intel Xeon 5675 (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.2)
       27  Oracle Solaris 11 running on Intel Xeon 5675 with AESNI (32 bit) (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.2)
       28  Oracle Solaris 11 running on Intel Xeon 5675 with AESNI (64 bit) (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.2)
       29  Oracle Linux 5 (64 bit) running on Intel Xeon 5675 (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.2)
       30  CascadeOS 6.1 (32 bit) running on Intel Pentium T4200 (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.5)
       31  CascadeOS 6.1 (64 bit) running on Intel Pentium T4200 (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.5)
       34  Oracle Linux 5 running on Intel Xeon 5675 with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.2)
       35  Oracle Linux 6 running on Intel Xeon 5675 without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.6)
       36  Oracle Linux 6 running on Intel Xeon 5675 with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.6)
       37  Oracle Solaris 11 (32 bit) running on SPARC-T3 (SPARCv9) (Sun C Version 5.12)
       38  Oracle Solaris 11 (64 bit) running on SPARC-T3 (SPARCv9) (Sun C Version 5.12)
       39  Android 4.0 running on NVIDIA Tegra 250 T20 (ARMv7) (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.3)
       41  Apple iOS 5.1 running on ARMv7 (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       42  Microsoft Windows CE 6.0 running on ARMv5TEJ (Microsoft C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 15.00 for ARM)
       43  Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 running on ARMv7 (Microsoft C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 13.10 for ARM)
       40  Linux 2.6 running on Freescale PowerPCe500 (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.0)
       17  DSP Media Framework 1.4 running on TI C64x+ (TMS320C6x C/C++ Compiler v6.0.13)
       44  Android 4.0 running on TI OMAP 3 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.3)
       45  NetBSD 5.1 running on PowerPCe500 (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.3)
       46  NetBSD 5.1 running on Intel Xeon 5500 (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.3)
       47	(removed by CMVP)
       48	(removed by CMVP)
       49	(removed by CMVP)
       50	(removed by CMVP)
       51  Microsoft Windows 7 running on Intel Core i5- 2430M (64-bit) with AES-NI (Microsoft ® C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 16.00 for x64)
       52  Android 4.1 running on TI DM3730 (ARMv7) without NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.6)
       53  Android 4.1 running on TI DM3730 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Complier Version 4.6)
       54  Android 4.2 running on Nvidia Tegra 3 (ARMv7) without NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.6)
       55  Android 4.2 running on Nvidia Tegra 3 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.6)
       56  Windows Embedded Compact 7 running on Freescale i.MX53xA (ARMv7) with NEON (Microsoft C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 15.00.20720)
       57  Windows Embedded Compact 7 running on Freescale i.MX53xD (ARMv7) with NEON (Microsoft C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 15.00.20720)
       58  Android 4.0 running on Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8060 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc compiler Version 4.4.3)
       59	(removed by CMVP)
       60  Apple OS X 10.7 running on Intel Core i7-3615QM (Apple LLVM version 4.2)
       61  Apple iOS 5.0 running on ARM Cortex A8 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       62  OpenWRT 2.6 running on MIPS 24Kc (gcc Compiler Version 4.6.3)
       63  QNX 6.4 running on Freescale i.MX25 (ARMv4) (gcc Compiler Version 4.3.3)
       64  Apple iOS 6.1 running on Apple A6X SoC (ARMv7s) (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       65  eCos 3 running on Freescale i.MX27 926ejs (ARMv5TEJ) (gcc Compiler Version 4.3.2)
       66  Vmware Horizon Workspace 1.5 under Vmware ESXi 5.0 running on Intel Xeon E3-1220 (x86) without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.1)
       67  Vmware Horizon Workspace 1.5 under Vmware ESXi 5.0 running on Intel Xeon E3-1220 (x86) with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.1)1
       68  Ubuntu 13.04 running on AM335x Cortex-A8 (ARMv7) without NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.7.3)
       69  Ubuntu 13.04 running on AM335x Cortex-A8 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.7.3)
       70  Linux 3.8 running on ARM926 (ARMv5TEJ) (gcc Compiler Version 4.7.3)
       71  Linux 3.4 under Citrix XenServer 6.2 running on Intel Xeon E5-2430L without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.8.0)
       72  Linux 3.4 under Citrix XenServer 6.2 running on Intel Xeon E5-2430L with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.8.0)
       73  Linux 3.4 under Vmware ESXi 5.1 running on Intel Xeon E5-2430L without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.8.0)
       74  Linux 3.4 under Vmware ESXi 5.1 running on Intel Xeon E5-2430L with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.8.0)
       75  Linux 3.4 under Microsoft Windows 2012 Hyper-V running on Intel Xeon E5-2430L without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.8.0)
       76  Linux 3.4 under Microsoft Windows 2012 Hyper-V running on Intel Xeon E5-2430L with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.8.0)2
       77  iOS 6.0 running on Apple A5 / ARM Cortex-A9 (ARMv7) without NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       78  iOS 6.0 running on Apple A5 / ARM Cortex-A9 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       79  PexOS 1.0 under vSphere ESXi 5.1 running on Intel Xeon E52430L without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.6.3)
       80  PexOS 1.0 under vSphere ESXi 5.1 running on Intel Xeon E52430L with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.6.3)3
       81  Linux 2.6 running on Freescale e500v2 (PPC) (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.1)
       82  AcanOS 1.0 running on Intel Core i7-3612QE (x86) without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.6.2)
       83  AcanOS 1.0 running on Intel Core i7-3612QE (x86) with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.6.2)
       84  AcanOS 1.0 running on Feroceon 88FR131 (ARMv5) (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.3)
       85  FreeBSD 8.4 running on Intel Xeon E5440 (x86) without AESNI (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       86  FreeBSD 9.1 running on Xeon E5-2430L (x86) without AESNI (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       87  FreeBSD 9.1 running on Xeon E5-2430L (x86) with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       88  ArbOS 5.3 running on Xeon E5645 (x86) without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.2)
       90  Linux ORACLESP 2.6 running on ASPEED AST-Series (ARMv5) (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.5)
       91  Linux ORACLESP 2.6 running on Emulex PILOT3 (ARMv5) (gcc Compiler Version 4.4.5)
       89  ArbOS 5.3 running on Xeon E5645 (x86) with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.1.2)
       92  FreeBSD 9.2 running on Xeon E5-2430L (x86) without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       93  FreeBSD 9.2 running on Xeon E5-2430L (x86) with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       94  FreeBSD 10.0 running on Xeon E5-2430L (x86) without AES-NI (clang Compiler Version 3.3)
       95  FreeBSD 10.0 running on Xeon E5- 2430L (x86) with AES-NI (clang Compiler Version 3.3)
       96  FreeBSD 8.4 running on Intel Xeon E5440 (x86) 32-bit (gcc Compiler Version 4.2.1)
       97  Vmware Horizon Workspace 2.1 under vSphere ESXi 5.5 running on Intel Xeon E3-1220 (x86) without AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.1)
       98  Vmware Horizon Workspace 2.1 under vSphere ESXi 5.5 running on Intel Xeon E3-1220 (x86) with AES-NI (gcc Compiler Version 4.5.1)
       99  QNX 6.5 running on Freescale i.MX25 (ARMv4) (gcc Compiler Version 4.3.3)
       100 Apple iOS 7.1 64- bit running on Apple A7 (ARMv8) without NEON (clang Compiler Version 5.1)
       101 Apple iOS 7.1 64-bit running on Apple A7 (ARMv8) with NEON (clang Compiler Version 5.1)
       102 TS-Linux 2.4 running on Arm920Tid (ARMv4) (gcc Compiler Version 4.3.2)4
       103 iOS 8.1 64-bit running on Apple A7 (ARMv8) without NEON and Crypto Extensions (clang Compilerv Version 600.0.56)
       104 iOS 8.1 64-bit running on Apple A7 (ARMv8) with NEON and Crypto Extensions (clang Compiler Version 600.0.56)
       105 VxWorks 6.9 running on Freescale P2020 (PPC) (gcc Compiler Version 4.3.3)
       106 iOS 8.1 32-bit running on Apple A7 (ARMv8) without NEON (clang Compiler Version 600.0.56)
       107 iOS 8.1 32-bit running on Apple A7 (ARMv8) with NEON (clang Compiler Version 600.0.56)
       108 Android 5.0 32-bit running on Qualcomm APQ8084 (ARMv7) without NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.9)
       109 Android 5.0 32-bit running on Qualcomm APQ8084 (ARMv7) with NEON (gcc Compiler Version 4.9)
       110 Android 5.0 64-bit running on SAMSUNG Exynos7420 (ARMv8) without NEON and Crypto Extensions (gcc Compiler Version 4.9)
       111 Android 5.0 64-bit running on SAMSUNG Exynos7420 (ARMv8) with NEON and Crypto Extensions (gcc Compiler Version 4.9)

We do not know why the ordering of the platforms is not consistently chronological, nor if there is any significance to that unusual ordering.

The platforms removed by the CMVP in the "hostage execution" of June 2015 and not since restored are:

	47 Windows 2008 32-bit under vSphere Xeon E3-1220v2 (x86)
        48 Windows 2008 64-bit under vSphere Xeon E3-1220v2 (x86)
        49 RHEL 6 32-bit under vSphere Xeon E3-1220v2 (x86)
        50 RHEL 6 64-bit under vSphere Xeon E3-1220v2 (x86)
        59 VMware Horizon Mobile 1.3 under VMware under Android 4.0 Qualcomm MSM8X60 (ARMv7)


- Footnotes -

1 An easy way to decode the Big Blob o' Text: cut and paste the relevant part of the blob into a text file and run perl -p -i -e 's/;/\n/g' on it.


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