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Copyright, Trademark, and Patent Information
Some components of the WatchGuard SSL softwareare distributed with source code covered under one or more third party or open source licenses. We include below the full text of the licenses as required by the terms of each license. To get the source code covered by these licenses, contact WatchGuard Technical Support at: 877.232.3531 from the United States or Canada +1.360.482.1083 from all other countries You can download the source code atno charge. If you request a compact disc, there is a $35 charge for administration and shipping.
GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
Specific copyright information for the above software can be found in the WatchGuard SSL Hardware Guide that accompanies the WatchGuard SSL device in shipment.
WatchGuard SSL 500 & SSL 1000
Apache License (2.0)
Each of the following programs arewholly or partially licensed under version 2.0 of the Apache License: Apache ant, Apache web server, Apache FOP, Apache Commons, Apache POI. Specific copyright information for the above software, if any, can be found in subsequent pages of this Reference Guide. Apache License Version 2.0, January 2004 http://www.apache.org/licenses/
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