This is the version of SJCL compiled with the option
--with-all, please access
the official repository to read more about this project.
SJCL used to be in the public domain. Now it's:
Copyright 2009-2010 Emily Stark, Mike Hamburg, Dan Boneh, Stanford University.
This is for liability reasons. (Speaking of which, SJCL comes with NO WARRANTY WHATSOEVER, express or implied, to the limit of applicable law.)
SJCL is dual-licensed under the GNU GPL version 2.0 or higher, and a 2-clause BSD license. You may use SJCL under the terms of either of these licenses. For your convenience, the GPL versions 2.0 and 3.0 and the 2-clause BSD license are included here. Additionally, you may serve "crunched" copies of sjcl (i.e. those with comments removed, and other transformations to reduce code size) without any copyright notice.
SJCL includes JsDoc toolkit, YUI compressor, Closure compressor, JSLint and the CodeView template in its build system. These programs' copyrights are owned by other people. They are distributed here under the MPL, MIT, BSD, Apache and JSLint licenses. Codeview is "free for download" but has no license attached; it is Copyright 2010 Wouter Bos.
The BSD license is (almost?) strictly more permissive, but the additionally licensing under the GPL allows us to use OCB 2.0 code royalty-free (at least, if OCB 2.0's creator Phil Rogaway has anything to say about it). Note that if you redistribute SJCL under a license other than the GPL, you or your users may need to pay patent licensing fees for OCB 2.0.
There may be patents which apply to SJCL other than Phil Rogaway's OCB patents. We suggest that you consult legal counsel before using SJCL in a commercial project.