How Does It Work?
What is (and isn't) Open Source
Generally, Passpack code is not free to use, nor reproduce nor clone without our express written permission. Passpack uses some open source libraries, and these remain (of course) open source. Passpack also happily participates in the Open source community, and has released some libraries of it's own. You can visit our Thank you page for more information on these libraries and links to download them.
Any Passpack code not explicitly licensed as Open Source is protected by copyright laws and you may not use it.
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