Appendix III - Cipafilter Documentation

Manual - Appendix III: Legal Notices

In addition to both proprietary and open-source first-party components, Cipafilter firmware contains numerous open-source components derived from third-party projects.  Cipafilter aims to meet the licensing requirements of all of these projects.

For legal notices, acknowledgements, and copyright/licensing information, please see the file legal.php available on every filter's Web interface.  If you have received this documentation or a related product without this file, or if you have any other questions or requests regarding copyright and licensing, please contact Cipafilter Support or refer to the Terms of Use page, also present on every filter's Web interface.

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