SRP secure remote password authentication
distler at golem.ph.utexas.edu
Thu Sep 18 15:48:03 EST 2003
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Markus Friedl wrote:
> we cannot add them if they are tainted.
> we don't care if they are granted in _some_ countries.
What am I missing?
From the SRP License <http://srp.stanford.edu/license.txt> :
SRP is royalty-free worldwide for commercial and non-commercial use.
The SRP library has been carefully written not to depend on any
encumbered algorithms, and it is distributed under a standard
BSD-style Open Source license which is shown below. This license
covers implementations based on the SRP library as well as
independent implementations based on RFC 2945.
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