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7.2.3) How can I license SSL Plus?




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This article is from the Secure Sockets Layer Discussion List FAQ, by Shannon Appel SAppel@consensus.com with numerous contributions by others.

7.2.3) How can I license SSL Plus?

SSL Plus is available for commercial use only. Certicom will work
with you to provide a license tailored to fit your company's business
model, whether you prefer flat yearly licenses, royalty based payment
or even one time buyouts.

Since SSL Plus is a protocol toolkit, SSL Plus customers will also
require a license for one of the standard crytographic libraries such
as Certicom's Security Builder, or RSA's BSAFE.

You can get more information about SSL Plus at
<http://www.consensus.com/SSLPlus>, and about Certicom's Security
Builder toolkit at <http://www.certicom.com/cSecure/sdk.htm>

In addition, you can contact Consensus directly for more information
on SSL Plus, including pricing, technical information, or more
information about cryptographic library tools, at
<mailto:sales@consensus.com> or at 510/649-3300.

 

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