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Has Wireshark met the notification requirements of the US Code of Federal Regulations item 15 CFR 742.15(b)(2)?

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Has Wireshark met the notification requirements of eCFR 742.15(b)(2)?

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answered 2018-05-15 08:42:33 +0000

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Hi Anders, Thank you for the info, unfortunately I am already aware of this statement. If you go to the eCFR website and look at the Section 734.3(b)(3) it states -

"NOTE TO PARAGRAPHS (b)(2) AND (b)(3): A printed book or other printed material setting forth encryption source code is not itself subject to the EAR (see § 734.3(b)(2)). However, notwithstanding § 734.3(b)(2), encryption source code in electronic form or media (e.g., computer diskette or CD ROM) remains subject to the EAR (see § 734.17)). Publicly available encryption object code “software” classified under ECCN 5D002 is not subject to the EAR when the corresponding source code meets the criteria specified in § 742.15(b) of the EAR. "

Consequently, the eCFR Section 742.15(b) states -

(b)Publicly available encryption source code -

(1)Scope and eligibility. Subject to the notification requirements of ...(more)

kyte gravatar imagekyte ( 2018-05-15 23:15:24 +0000 )edit

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