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#7224 Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

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Chris Tsai
http://sourceforge.net/projects/tracetcp/files/?source=navbar
Trace TCP
2014-04-01
2014-03-31
Mauricio Sanson
No

Hello,

I’ve emailed the project support contact of Trace TCP (http://sourceforge.net/projects/tracetcp/files/?source=navbar) but the emails I sent to codetrifle@users.sourceforge.net and codetrifle@redpixel.co.uk have returned with an error saying that the message I sent could not be delivered to the support contact of the project.

Please, could you help me with another contact that I could reach?

My name is Mauricio Sanson and I work in the Software Department of ExxonMobil.
We've received a request from one of our employees asking for software Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

So I would need the End User License Agreement of Trace TCP version 0.99.4beta


Quote: if the software is not free of charge, would you send me a q=
uote?


ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) for Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

If there is no classification yet, I will need someone that could answer the following questions so that we may self-assess:
1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes? Y/N
2. If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)
1.If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

B, User authentication purposes

C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

D. To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

Background information
An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine whether an export license is required to export items to certain countries.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Mauricio
email: Mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com

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  • Chris Tsai
    Chris Tsai
    2014-04-01

    • status: unread --> invalid
    • assigned_to: Chris Tsai
     
    • Ok, so is it possible that you contact Vendor so that we get the contact information updated in the website?

      Hope to hear from you,

      Mauricio Sanson
      Software Analyst
      EMIT/IT Operations/Customer Infrastructure/IT Asset Management
      ExxonMobil BSC Brasil Ltda.
      • Office: +55 41 3259-8548
      • A2W: 259-8548
      • mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.commauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com

      [cid:image001.png@01CF4DC6.C94B6AA0]

      From: Chris Tsai [mailto:ctsai@users.sf.net]
      Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2014 4:16 PM
      To: [forge:site-support]
      Subject: [forge:site-support] #7224 Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

      • status: unread --> invalid
      • assigned_to: Chris Tsai
      • Comment:

      As per our privacy policy, we cannot provide private contact information regarding our developers. That said, it does appear that this developer's account information on our site is out of date anyway (ie., associated with an out-of-service email address), so even if we could share that information with you, it wouldn't be helpful.

      Regards,
      Chris Tsai, SourceForge.net Support


      [site-support:#7224]http://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/7224/ Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

      Status: invalid
      Labels: URGENT - WO0000003128020 - Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA
      Created: Mon Mar 31, 2014 05:18 PM UTC by Mauricio Sanson
      Last Updated: Mon Mar 31, 2014 05:18 PM UTC
      Owner: Chris Tsai

      Hello,

      I’ve emailed the project support contact of Trace TCP (http://sourceforge.net/projects/tracetcp/files/?source=navbar) but the emails I sent to codetrifle@users.sourceforge.netcodetrifle@users.sourceforge.net and codetrifle@redpixel.co.ukcodetrifle@redpixel.co.uk have returned with an error saying that the message I sent could not be delivered to the support contact of the project.

      Please, could you help me with another contact that I could reach?

      My name is Mauricio Sanson and I work in the Software Department of ExxonMobil.
      We've received a request from one of our employees asking for software Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

      So I would need the End User License Agreement of Trace TCP version 0.99.4beta


      Quote: if the software is not free of charge, would you send me a q=
      uote?


      ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) for Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

      If there is no classification yet, I will need someone that could answer the following questions so that we may self-assess:
      1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes? Y/N
      2. If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)
      1.If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

      A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

      B, User authentication purposes

      C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

      D. To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

      Background information
      An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine whether an export license is required to export items to certain countries.

      Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

      Mauricio
      email: Mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.comMauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com


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      • Chris Tsai
        Chris Tsai
        2014-04-01

        If their account data is out of date, there's no way for us to get in touch with them to tell them to update their data.

         
        • Would you know to tell me what End User License agreement is applied to Trace TCP software?

          Mauricio Sanson
          Software Analyst
          EMIT/IT Operations/Customer Infrastructure/IT Asset Management
          ExxonMobil BSC Brasil Ltda.
          • Office: +55 41 3259-8548
          • A2W: 259-8548
          • mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.commauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com

          [cid:image001.png@01CF4DD2.58CEC310]

          From: Chris Tsai [mailto:ctsai@users.sf.net]
          Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2014 4:56 PM
          To: [forge:site-support]
          Subject: [forge:site-support] Re: #7224 Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

          If their account data is out of date, there's no way for us to get in touch with them to tell them to update their data.


          [site-support:#7224]http://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/7224/ Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

          Status: invalid
          Labels: URGENT - WO0000003128020 - Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA
          Created: Mon Mar 31, 2014 05:18 PM UTC by Mauricio Sanson
          Last Updated: Tue Apr 01, 2014 07:16 PM UTC
          Owner: Chris Tsai

          Hello,

          I’ve emailed the project support contact of Trace TCP (http://sourceforge.net/projects/tracetcp/files/?source=navbar) but the emails I sent to codetrifle@users.sourceforge.netcodetrifle@users.sourceforge.net and codetrifle@redpixel.co.ukcodetrifle@redpixel.co.uk have returned with an error saying that the message I sent could not be delivered to the support contact of the project.

          Please, could you help me with another contact that I could reach?

          My name is Mauricio Sanson and I work in the Software Department of ExxonMobil.
          We've received a request from one of our employees asking for software Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

          So I would need the End User License Agreement of Trace TCP version 0.99.4beta


          Quote: if the software is not free of charge, would you send me a q=
          uote?


          ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) for Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

          If there is no classification yet, I will need someone that could answer the following questions so that we may self-assess:
          1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes? Y/N
          2. If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)
          1.If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

          A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

          B, User authentication purposes

          C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

          D. To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

          Background information
          An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine whether an export license is required to export items to certain countries.

          Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

          Mauricio
          email: Mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.comMauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com


          Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in https://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/7224/

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          • Chris Tsai
            Chris Tsai
            2014-04-01

            • Thank you very much!

              Mauricio Sanson
              Software Analyst
              EMIT/IT Operations/Customer Infrastructure/IT Asset Management
              ExxonMobil BSC Brasil Ltda.
              • Office: +55 41 3259-8548
              • A2W: 259-8548
              • mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.commauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com

              [cid:image001.png@01CF4E4B.DA345450]

              From: Chris Tsai [mailto:ctsai@users.sf.net]
              Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2014 5:50 PM
              To: [forge:site-support]
              Subject: [forge:site-support] Re: #7224 Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

              Look for a "license.txt" file in their source code file: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tracetcp/files/tracetcp/tracetcp-0.99.4beta/tracetcp-0.99.4beta.source.zip/download


              [site-support:#7224]http://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/7224/ Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

              Status: invalid
              Labels: URGENT - WO0000003128020 - Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA
              Created: Mon Mar 31, 2014 05:18 PM UTC by Mauricio Sanson
              Last Updated: Tue Apr 01, 2014 07:16 PM UTC
              Owner: Chris Tsai

              Hello,

              I’ve emailed the project support contact of Trace TCP (http://sourceforge.net/projects/tracetcp/files/?source=navbar) but the emails I sent to codetrifle@users.sourceforge.netcodetrifle@users.sourceforge.net and codetrifle@redpixel.co.ukcodetrifle@redpixel.co.uk have returned with an error saying that the message I sent could not be delivered to the support contact of the project.

              Please, could you help me with another contact that I could reach?

              My name is Mauricio Sanson and I work in the Software Department of ExxonMobil.
              We've received a request from one of our employees asking for software Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

              So I would need the End User License Agreement of Trace TCP version 0.99.4beta


              Quote: if the software is not free of charge, would you send me a q=
              uote?


              ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) for Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

              If there is no classification yet, I will need someone that could answer the following questions so that we may self-assess:
              1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes? Y/N
              2. If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)
              1.If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

              A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

              B, User authentication purposes

              C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

              D. To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

              Background information
              An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine whether an export license is required to export items to certain countries.

              Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

              Mauricio
              email: Mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.comMauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com


              Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in https://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/7224/

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            • Hello,

              Just one more question: is it possible that you identify the country’s origin of Trace TCP software? Is it from U.S.A.?

              Thank you in advance,

              Mauricio Sanson
              Software Analyst
              EMIT/IT Operations/Customer Infrastructure/IT Asset Management
              ExxonMobil BSC Brasil Ltda.
              • Office: +55 41 3259-8548
              • A2W: 259-8548
              • mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.commauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com

              [cid:image001.png@01CF531E.999ED000]

              From: Chris Tsai [mailto:ctsai@users.sf.net]
              Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2014 5:50 PM
              To: [forge:site-support]
              Subject: [forge:site-support] Re: #7224 Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

              Look for a "license.txt" file in their source code file: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tracetcp/files/tracetcp/tracetcp-0.99.4beta/tracetcp-0.99.4beta.source.zip/download


              [site-support:#7224]http://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/7224/ Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA

              Status: invalid
              Labels: URGENT - WO0000003128020 - Trace TCP 0.99.4beta - ECCN / EULA
              Created: Mon Mar 31, 2014 05:18 PM UTC by Mauricio Sanson
              Last Updated: Tue Apr 01, 2014 07:16 PM UTC
              Owner: Chris Tsai

              Hello,

              I’ve emailed the project support contact of Trace TCP (http://sourceforge.net/projects/tracetcp/files/?source=navbar) but the emails I sent to codetrifle@users.sourceforge.netcodetrifle@users.sourceforge.net and codetrifle@redpixel.co.ukcodetrifle@redpixel.co.uk have returned with an error saying that the message I sent could not be delivered to the support contact of the project.

              Please, could you help me with another contact that I could reach?

              My name is Mauricio Sanson and I work in the Software Department of ExxonMobil.
              We've received a request from one of our employees asking for software Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

              So I would need the End User License Agreement of Trace TCP version 0.99.4beta


              Quote: if the software is not free of charge, would you send me a q=
              uote?


              ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) for Trace TCP 0.99.4beta

              If there is no classification yet, I will need someone that could answer the following questions so that we may self-assess:
              1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes? Y/N
              2. If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)
              1.If the answer is YES to the above, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

              A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

              B, User authentication purposes

              C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

              D. To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

              Background information
              An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine whether an export license is required to export items to certain countries.

              Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

              Mauricio
              email: Mauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.comMauricio.sanson@exxonmobil.com


              Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in https://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/7224/

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              • Chris Tsai
                Chris Tsai
                2014-04-08

                In accordance with our site's privacy policy, we cannot provide personally identifiable information of our site users, this includes the locations of specific users. You will need to get this information from the users directly, or via information they have willfully posted online.

                 
  • Chris Tsai
    Chris Tsai
    2014-04-01

    As per our privacy policy, we cannot provide private contact information regarding our developers. That said, it does appear that this developer's account information on our site is out of date anyway (ie., associated with an out-of-service email address), so even if we could share that information with you, it wouldn't be helpful.

    Regards,
    Chris Tsai, SourceForge.net Support