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The purpose of this section is to explain the license and warranty that the Honeywall CDROM is distributed under. Please submit all bugs/corrections for this documentation or the Honeywall CDROM to our Bugzilla Server.

Last Modified: 25 May, 2007

10.0 License

  1. License
  2. Warranty Exclusion
  3. Limitation of Liability


10.1 License
The Honeywall CDROM is a collection of various OpenSource software. If not otherwise specified, the software on the CDROM falls under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE. The source code of the standard packages on the CD are available from their respective original providers (for example on the FTP servers at Debian, RedHat, Mandrake). Any software on this CDROM developed by the Honeynet Project is copyright the Honeynet Project and falls under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE. This software can be identified by a header stating as such. The source code for any software developed by the Honeynet Project can also be found on our home website.


10.2 Warranty Exclusion
You agree that this software is a non-commercially developed program that may contain "bugs" (as that term is used in the industry) and that it may not function as intended. The software is licensed "as is". The Honeynet Project makes no, and hereby expressly disclaims all, warranties, express, implied, statutory, or otherwise with respect to the software, including non-infringement and the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.


10.3 Limitation of Liability
In no event will The Honeynet Project be liable for any damages, including loss of data, lost profits, cost of cover, or other special, incidental, consequential, direct or indirect damages arising from the software or the use thereof, however caused and on any theory of liability. This limitation will apply even if The Honeynet Project has been advised of the possibility of such damage. You acknowledge that this is a reasonable allocation of risk.


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