According to current US export law, RSA moduli larger than 512 bits may not be used for key exchange in software exported from the US. With this message, the larger RSA keys encoded in certificates may be used to sign temporary shorter RSA keys for the RSA_EXPORT key exchange method.

The export of cryptography from the United States is the transfer from the United States to another country of devices and technology related to cryptography. Export of cryptographic technology was severely restricted by U.S. law until 1992, but was gradually eased until 2000; some restrictions still remain.[1]

We are not lawyers and can not decipher what is or is not allowed.

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