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Secure EAL2+ Certified KVM Switches

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    AdderView AVSD1002

    EAL2+ Certified Secure 2-Port KVM
    Dual link DVI or VGA Up To 2560 x 1600 @ 60Hz
    Features Uni-directional Data Paths, 60dB Crosstalk Isolation, Independent Power Block, & No Shared RAM
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    Adder AVSD1002 2 Port Secure EAL2+ Cerified KVM Switch - 2K @ 60hz DVI or VGA - Uni-directional Data Paths, 60dB Crosstalk Isolation, Independent Power Block, & No Shared RAM
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    Avocent SC740 Secure 4 Port EAL2+ Rated KVM Switch - Tamper-evident tape & Locked memory - Automatic buffer clearing - channels isolated to 60db

    Avocent SwitchView SC740

    NIAP Common Criteria validated to EAL2+
    Tamper-evident tape & Locked memory
    Automatic buffer clearing
    4-Port fully secure channels isolated to 60db
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    Avocent SC780 Secure 8 Port EAL2+ Rated Dual Monitor DVI / VGA KVM Switch with audio

    Avocent SC780

    Secure EAL2+ Rated 8 Computer / Server KVM
    Up to 2560x1600 @ 60Hz Resolution
    Single or Dual-Monitor DVI / VGA (With Adapter)
    Audio Support
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    Belkin Secure EAL2+ Rated KVM Switches - 4K UHD resolution - Virtual Media, DCU, and Smart Card (CAC) Support

    Belkin Secure KVMs

    Secure 2 to 4 Compurer / Server KVMs
    Up to 4K UHD (3840X2160) Resolution
    Single or Dual-Monitor VGA, DVI, & DisplayPort
    Virtual Media, DCU, and Smart Card (CAC) Support
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What is EAL2+?

An Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) is a security rank assigned to an IT product or system after a Common Criteria (CC) security evaluation. The level indicates to what extent the product or system was tested. A product or system must meet specific assurance requirements to achieve a particular EAL. Requirements involve design documentation, analysis and functional or penetration testing. The highest numerical level provides the highest guarantee that the system's principal security features are reliably applied and tested.

EAL 2: Structurally Tested. Analysis of the security functions using a functional and interface specification and the high level design of the subsystems of the TOE. Independent testing of the security functions, evidence of developer "black box" testing, and evidence of a development search for obvious vulnerabilities. (5)

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