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I've developed software that makes command line calls to a standard volume in TrueCrypt 7.1a. I've included this volume in my software for distribution. I intend to release my software for free use and distribution. I've read (to the best of my ability) TrueCrypts License. What I'm unsure about is legal distribution of my software with TrueCrypt in the way I'm using it. My implementation of TrueCrypt is unmodified and would be used like anyone else would that downloaded it. The only thing I"ve down is setup the volume and provide guidelines so it can be used in my software without errors. Does anyone have a clear understanding of TrueCrypts legal use in this way?


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