CCI|CCI-000159

Title

The information system uses internal system clocks to generate time stamps for audit records.

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Category: 2009

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NamePluginAudit Name
AOSX-13-000230 - The macOS system must initiate session audits at system startup, using internal clocks with time stamps for audit records that meet a minimum granularity of one second and can be mapped to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).UnixDISA STIG Apple Mac OSX 10.13 v2r5
AOSX-14-001003 - The macOS system must initiate session audits at system startup, using internal clocks with time stamps for audit records that meet a minimum granularity of one second and can be mapped to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).UnixDISA STIG Apple Mac OSX 10.14 v2r6
AOSX-15-001003 - The macOS system must initiate session audits at system startupUnixDISA STIG Apple Mac OSX 10.15 v1r10
APPL-11-001003 - The macOS system must initiate session audits at system startup, using internal clocks with time stamps for audit records that meet a minimum granularity of one second and can be mapped to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), to generate audit records containing information to establish what type of events occurred, the identity of any individual or process associated with the event, including individual identities of group account users, establish where the events occurred, source of the event, and outcome of the events including all account enabling actions, full-text recording of privileged commands, and information about the use of encryption for access wireless access to and from the system.UnixDISA STIG Apple macOS 11 v1r5
APPL-11-001003 - The macOS system must initiate session audits at system startup, using internal clocks with time stamps for audit records that meet a minimum granularity of one second and can be mapped to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), to generate audit records containing information to establish what type of events occurred, the identity of any individual or process associated with the event, including individual identities of group account users, establish where the events occurred, source of the event, and outcome of the events including all account enabling actions, full-text recording of privileged commands, and information about the use of encryption for access wireless access to and from the system.UnixDISA STIG Apple macOS 11 v1r8
APPL-12-001003 - The macOS system must initiate session audits at system startupUnixDISA STIG Apple macOS 12 v1r7
APPL-13-001003 - The macOS system must produce audit records containing information to establish when, where, what type, the source, and the outcome for all DOD-defined auditable events and actions.UnixDISA STIG Apple macOS 13 v1r3
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - 800-53r5 High
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - 800-53r4 Low
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - All Profiles
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - 800-53r5 Moderate
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - 800-171
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - 800-53r4 Moderate
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - CNSSI 1253
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - 800-53r4 High
Big Sur - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Big Sur v1.4.0 - 800-53r5 Low
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - CNSSI 1253
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - 800-53r5 Moderate
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - 800-53r4 High
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - 800-53r5 Low
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - 800-53r4 Moderate
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - 800-171
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - All Profiles
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - 800-53r4 Low
Catalina - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Catalina v1.5.0 - 800-53r5 High
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - 800-53r4 Moderate
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - 800-53r4 Low
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - 800-53r5 High
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - 800-53r5 Moderate
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - CNSSI 1253
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - 800-171
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - 800-53r5 Low
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - 800-53r4 High
Monterey - Enable Security AuditingUnixNIST macOS Monterey v1.0.0 - All Profiles
RHEL-09-653010 - RHEL 9 audit package must be installed.UnixDISA Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 STIG v1r1
WBLC-02-000093 - Oracle WebLogic must use internal system clocks to generate time stamps for audit records.UnixOracle WebLogic Server 12c Linux v2r1
WBLC-02-000093 - Oracle WebLogic must use internal system clocks to generate time stamps for audit records.WindowsOracle WebLogic Server 12c Windows v2r1
WBLC-02-000093 - Oracle WebLogic must use internal system clocks to generate time stamps for audit records.UnixOracle WebLogic Server 12c Linux v2r1 Middleware