Reduced bundle of dev-sec profiles
A library InSpec compliance profile containing a custom `ec2_instance` resource that can be used to test `meta-data` and `user-data` for AWS EC2 nodes. It does not require AWS API credentials since the resource is retrieving the data on the target ec2 nodes using the `http://169.254.169.254/` metadata API.
This profile does not perform compliance tests. It is intended to be used in assessing whether a target node for a Chef Server is set up correctly to meet the documented prerequisites, verify that the external API is functioning correctly, that file permissions haven't been changed errantly, and that there aren't any "red flags" that we've encountered that cause issues for customers.
This Inspec profile is not a substitute for adequate performance and system health monitoring. It can supplement those tools well, however.
this is a profile to support assessment java system info in workstation target
Inspec Profile to check for the Meltdown or Spectre vulnerability
basically this profile name is was set as 'oraclexe'
you better change it the directory name to 'oraclexe' when you want used it
This profile shows how profile inheritance works, including the ability to include, skip, and modify controls from another profile.
A chef compliance profile to help troubleshoot download issues with chef-compliance and the audit cookbook.
INSPEC profile for RHEL6 STIG - http://iase.disa.mil/stigs/os/unix-linux/Pages/red-hat.aspx
A library InSpec compliance profile containing an ssl_certificate resource that allows you to validate your SSL Certificates for properties like: key size, hash algorithm, days before expire, existence, trust, etc
An InSpec compliance profile for use with Chef Compliance Server.
Inspec profile for (https://github.com/Alfresco/chef-alfresco-utils) cookbook
InSpec profile to verify hot-fixes provided by Microsoft to mitigate the vulnerability used by the WannaCry exploit have been installed.