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Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2013 19:18:55 +0400
From: Alexander Cherepanov <cherepan@...me.ru>
To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: src/ licensing

On 2013-04-19 04:55, Solar Designer wrote:
> BFEgg_fmt_plug.c                GPL; Sun-Zero; code; the comment says just "the GNU GPL" without clarifying which GPL version (JtR 1.6 had been released without clear indication of license, so a file introduced into the tree in 2002 was not automatically required to be compatible with GPLv2)
> gladman_fileenc.h               3-clause BSD or GPL; Dr Brian Gladman; code; dual-licensed, but the version of GPL is not specified
> gladman_hmac.c                  3-clause BSD or GPL; Dr Brian Gladman; code; dual-licensed, but the version of GPL is not specified
> gladman_hmac.h                  3-clause BSD or GPL; Dr Brian Gladman; code; dual-licensed, but the version of GPL is not specified
> gladman_pwd2key.c               3-clause BSD or GPL; Dr Brian Gladman; code; dual-licensed, but the version of GPL is not specified
> gladman_pwd2key.h               3-clause BSD or GPL; Dr Brian Gladman; code; dual-licensed, but the version of GPL is not specified
> john-mpi.c                      GPL; Ryan Lim, magnum?; code; no copyright and license statement on the file, but doc/LICENSE.mpi and doc/README.mpi apply, GPL version is unclear
> john-mpi.h                      GPL; Ryan Lim, magnum?; code; no copyright and license statement on the file, but doc/LICENSE.mpi and doc/README.mpi apply, GPL version is unclear

No version mentioned means any version is ok. All versions of GPL 
contain say something like this: "If the Program does not specify a 
version number of the license, you may choose any version ever published 
by the Free Software Foundation." (citation from GPL 1.0).

-- 
Alexander Cherepanov

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