Warning: This documentation is out-dated, newest version of the documentation is available at https://gazelle.ihe.net/gazelle-documentation/Gazelle-Security-Suite/user.html
Gazelle Security Suite (GSS) gathers several tools dedicated to the testing of the ATNA profile. It embeds :
- A Public Key Infrastructure to share trusted certificates and associated key pairs for testing purpose.
- A SSL/TLS simulator that will simulates clients and servers that can establish secured connection with your system under test (SUT), especially for ATNA profile.
- The ATNA Questionnaire.
This user manual covers each mode.
Location of the Tools
Access the tool at http://gazelle.ihe.net/gss. This instance allows you to request certificates for the European or North American connectathons and perform other ATNA-related pre-Connectathon & Connectathon tests.
In mostly cases, you will have to be logged in to perform actions in Gazelle Security Suite.
Click on the login link (top right) and select the authentication of your choice, depending of your registration region (European connecthaton or North-American Connectathon).
- For European Connectathons, please use the same username & password as for https://gazelle.ihe.net/EU-CAT.
- For North American Connectathons, use the same credential as for http://ihe.wustl.edu/gazelle-na.
In the context of your pre-connectathon and connectathon testing, you will be asked to perform the test ATNA_Authenticate_with_TLS_Tool. It consists to verify that your system is able to perform a correct negotiation during secured connections. Please read the test description, every needed information is provided.
All useable results of secured connection in the tool (like connection or test instance) have a permanent link that can be paste into the corresponding test step in Gazelle Test Management. Please, use it to make easier the monitor graduation.