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Title 15: Commerce and Foreign Trade
PART 742—CONTROL POLICY—CCL BASED CONTROLS


Supplement No. 5 to Part 742—Encryption Registration

Certain classification requests and self-classification reports for encryption items must be supported by an encryption registration, i.e., the information as described in this Supplement, submitted as a support documentation attachment to an application in accordance with the procedures described in §§740.17(b), 740.17(d), 742.15(b), 748.1, 748.3 and Supplement No. 2 to part 748 of the EAR.

(1) Point of Contact Information

(a) Contact Person

(b) Telephone Number

(c) Fax Number

(d) E-mail address

(e) Mailing Address

(2) Company Overview (approximately 100 words).

(3) Identify which of the following categories apply to your company's technology/families of products:

(a) Wireless

(i) 3G cellular

(ii) 4G cellular/WiMax/LTE

(iii) Short-range wireless/WLAN

(iv) Satellite

(v) Radios

(vi) Mobile communications, n.e.s.

(b) Mobile applications

(c) Computing platforms

(d) Multimedia over IP

(e) Trusted computing

(f) Network infrastructure

(g) Link layer encryption

(h) Smartcards or other identity management

(i) Computer or network forensics

(j) Software

(i) Operating systems

(ii) Applications

(k) Toolkits/ASICs/components

(l) Information security including secure storage

(m) Gaming

(n) Cryptanalytic tools

(o) “Open cryptographic interface” (or other support for user-supplied or non-standard cryptography)

(p) Other (identify any not listed above)

(q) Not Applicable (Not a producer of encryption or information technology items)

(4) Describe whether the products incorporate or use proprietary, unpublished or non-standard cryptographic functionality, including encryption algorithms or protocols that have not been adopted or approved by a duly recognized international standards body. (If unsure, please explain.)

(5) Will your company be exporting “encryption source code”?

(6) Do the products incorporate encryption components produced or furnished by non-U.S. sources or vendors? (If unsure, please explain.)

(7) With respect to your company's encryption products, are any of them manufactured outside the United States? If yes, provide manufacturing locations. (Insert “not applicable”, if you are not the principal producer of encryption products.)

[75 FR 36497, June 25, 2010]



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