Is Splashtop FIPS compliant or certified?

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For FIPS compliance, Splashtop servers support FIPS-validated cryptographic modules.  To configure Splashtop to use the FIPS-validated cryptographic modules, you need to set a Windows registry or download a FIPS-compliant application.

Requirements:

  • Splashtop Streamer or SOS app 3.3.2.0 or later
  • Splashtop Business app 3.3.2.0 or later

Unattended Access (Remote Support or Business Access)

Steps to enable FIPS modules (Windows)

  1. On the local computer with the Business app, set the registry:
    Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Splashtop Inc.\Splashtop Remote Client for STB\EnableFIPS to "1" (DWORD)
  2. On the streamer (host/remote) computer with the streamer installed, set this registry: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Splashtop Inc.\Splashtop Remote Server\EnableFIPS to "1" (DWORD)

Steps to enable FIPS modules (Mac):

  1. On the streamer (host/remote) computer with the streamer installed, update the ~/Library/preferences/com.splashtop.Splashtop-Streamer.plist file.  
    • under the STP section, EnableFIPS=YES (boolean)

Attended Access (SOS)

Steps to enable FIPS modules (Windows):

  1. On the local computer with the Business app, set the registry:
    Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Splashtop Inc.\Splashtop Remote Client for STB\EnableFIPS to "1" (DWORD)
  2. On the host/remote computer (end-customer computer)

Steps to enable FIPS modules (Mac):

  1. On the host/remote computer (end-customer computer)

Splashtop uses the FIPS validated/certified OpenSSL module, which is the unmodified certified source code, for this configuration to be FIPS compliant.

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