[jcifs] JCIFS U.S. Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCN)

Michael B Allen ioplex at gmail.com
Thu Aug 27 20:51:04 MDT 2009

JCIFS uses cryptography including RC4 128 (for NTLMv2) and AES 256
(for Kerberos) for authentication, digital signatures and encryption.
Products that use cryptography and which are exported from the U.S. to
other countries are supposed to obtain an export classification. The
United States Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security
(BIS) has issued two ECCNs for the JCIFS package:

    5D002.C.1 License Exception TSU
    5D992.C (for binary only distribution of "mass market" software)

For commercial products that ship JCIFS in binary form, you will need
to reference the second ECCN in your export classification requests.
For further information such as CCATS numbers, please contact ioplex
at gmail.com.

The JCIFS Team would like to thank BIS for there excellent service and patience.

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