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In general, DISA STIGs are more stringent than CIS Benchmarks. Keep in mind that with STIGs, what exact configurations are required depends on the classification of the system based on Mission Assurance Catagory (I-III) and Confidentiality Level (Public-Classified), giving you 9 different possible combinations of config requirements. CIS usually have a Level ...
Here are some important considerations: What is the reason that you're hardening against a given benchmark or guideline? Are you going to be audited? Is there a preferred route or route the your auditors are more familiar with? What tools will you use for self auditing? Do those tools have polices or plugins to audit your system against a given ...
One difference is the ease to find a reliable and automated tool to check for compliance. I believe Nessus has templates available for most of the ones you have listed, but some are dated. In any case, I'd choose one that makes it as easy as possible for you to check and stay in compliance.
CVE Details allows you to create a customized RSS feed with certain CVSS scores. : http://www.cvedetails.com/vulnerability-feeds-form.php However, I'm not sure if there's a way to filter out only Windows & Red Hat OS vulns.. but perhaps someone has an idea?
cvedetails.com provides CVE feeds which can be filtered by product. Just access them from the product page. PHP feed Apache feed
Why don't some vulnerabilities have CVE numbers? It's usually either that the entity who found the vulnerability didn't care to request one, or that, for some reason, a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA) or MITRE themselves decided not to include the vulnerability in the system. Why are CVE entries sometimes empty? The CVE number assignment procedure ...
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