Encryption Software Export Control

Export of cryptographic software is restricted by United States of America Export Administration Regulations. The United States Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), via CCATS # G025631 dated 07/16/2002, has granted to Kermit 95:

This allows export of the cryptographic version of Kermit to all countries with the following exception:

The cryptographic version of Kermit 95 may not be transmitted, exported, or re-exported to Iraq, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, or Cuba.

Objections to these restrictions should be directed to the appropriate government or international authorities.

Please answer the following questions (refer to the Export Administration Regulations for clarification) and then click the appropriate bar at the bottom:

  1. Are you or the computer(s) you are operating in Iraq, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, or Cuba right now?
    Yes No

  2. Do you acknowledge affirmatively that you understand that the requested software is subject to export controls under the Export Administration Act and that you may only export or re-export the software under the laws, restrictions and regulations of the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security or foreign agencies or authorities. Yes No