RE: Permit to use OpenSSH in France

From: Otis Horton (ohorton_at_setsolutions.com)
Date: 09/30/05

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    We want to test the Juniper/Netscreen with OpenSSH connections in
    France. France has specific requirement that encryption software be
    have a permit from a Bureau of the French Government. Do you know if
    anyone has obtained a permit to use OpenSSH in France and how we can
    obtain a copy of the permit or authorization?

    Regards...Otis
    Otis Horton, PhD, CISM,
    Phone: (713) 956-9677
    Fax: (713) 956-9678
    e-mail: ohorton@setsolutions.com <mailto:ohorton@setolutions.com>


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