An implementation of Secure File Transfer Protocol
Date/Time of Processing: Monday 30 May 1994 10:18:35Pm Overall Assessment of System: OK Classification of System: C Basis of Classification -- Syntax Errors PASS Completeness PASS Independence from External Libraries FAIL Independence from a Specific Ada Compiler FAIL Explanations for failures -- System withs non-standard library units that are not provided System contains compiler-specific pragmas or uses Machine_Code Number of ... Files 69 Library Units 71 Lines 16408 Statements 7140 Comments 4305 Unidentified Withed Units -- 3 unidentified withed units
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ASSET_A_232: Secure File Transfer Program (SFTP) An architecture with the capability to send and receive files across a multilevel secure network. The Secure File Transfer Program is written by the BDM Corporation. It provides a means of transferring sensitive information from one computer system to another. This system implements Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and conforms to RFC:793. TCP provides a reliable communication between pairs of processes in logically distinct hosts on networks and sets of interconnected networks. The TCP resides in the transport layer of the DoD Internet Model. The system encapsulates messages received from the utility layer protocols, which reside directly above, and passes the packet to the Internet layer (communicates with the Internet Protocol (IP)). The TCP supports the following functions: connection-oriented, reliable data transfer, ordered data transfer delivery, full-duplex, and flow control.
28 Mar 88 MAR88 BDM Initial release to ASSET 12 Nov 93 MAR88 ASSET Initial release to the PAL
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