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Can I purchase in the USA and send SSH to another country (Morocco) without an export license?

asked Jan 12 '10 at 13:32

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j stuart

edited Feb 11 '10 at 07:02

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Ville Laurikari

Yes, you can export Tectia products from USA to Morocco without a license.

For up-to-date details, please ask your Tectia sales contact for more information. Below is a snapshot of the relevant parts of the Tectia export control policy:

Export and re-export of SSH Tectia products are controlled under regulations administrated by Commission of European Union, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland and/or the U.S. Commerce Department Bureau of Industry and Security.

SSH Tectia products in binary form have been classified as “mass market products” by the above authorities. All SSH Tectia products in binary form may be exported to any country, with the exception of countries that are restricted from receiving Finnish and/or US Exports.

The U.S. export control classification number for Tectia products is 5D992.b.1 with NLR (No License Required).

SSH Tectia Client, SSH Tectia ConnectSecure, SSH Tectia Server, SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS, and SSH Tectia Manager are eligible for export under License Exception NLR to any end-user in all other countries of the world except Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria.


answered Jan 13 '10 at 14:10

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Ville Laurikari

edited Jan 13 '10 at 14:16

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