In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Geoff Rehmet) writes:
> In <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Carl Brewer) writes:
> >I ftp'd the DES stuff from psych.psy.uq.oz.au, but archie will
> >find a closer site for anyone not in the US, if they archie for
> > Before everyone goes off and starts ftp'ing from sites in .au, please
> would everyone take note of the fact that the export of encyption
> technology from Australia is also illegal. Please avoid getting the
> maintainers of ftp sites into trouble, and rather download code from
> sites such as ftp.funet.fi. (Yes I know a lot of the code there came
> from Australia, but indications are that the Australian DoD is not too
> worried about code that is already outside Australia.)
I have not visited this newgroup for some time so I'm a bit behind in this thread.
As author of the above mentioned library (and living in oz.au) I am not aware of
any oz DoD restrictions on export. ftp.psy.uq.oz.au has been a source for
a non US DES implementation for used in X11R5 and X11R6 for years now.
I have also posted earlier version of this library
in comp.sources.misc and have yet to have the people come
for me in the middle of the night :-).
I would not wory about ftp'ing from psych.psy.uq.oz.au.
-- Eric Young | now at firstname.lastname@example.org | formerly email@example.com
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