Executable files on RSA AM servers
Due to a NERC/CIP request, I must know what all files (that can be executed) are for on the RSA servers. I've used the find . / -type f -perm +111 –print command to get a list of these files. How can I identify what each file is for? Thank you. We are on RSA AM 8.2 P5.
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Sorry, I probably didn't explain that well. I have a list of the files on the server. I was able to get that with the find . / -type f -perm +111 –print command. I need to know what each file actually does.
The RSA server is a 'black box', and if you need extreme details at that level (over 3,100 executable files) please contact your RSA Account Rep, and through them, set up a meeting/call with RSA Product Management (and this may also require a signed non-disclosure agreement) and we would be able to provide enough information to satisfy NERC/CIP compliance.
I do not think NERC compliance requires such exhaustive details for every executable (for example most of them are just Suse Linux Operating System files, standard stuff NERC is already well aware of...NERC typically only needs to know the OS details, and all points of access, protocols, and ports) but RSA Product Management will know exactly what is needed for your compliance requirement and can deliver the information.