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Information in accordance with section 5 TMG

Martin Fischer
An der Alten Ziegelei 17
60437 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Contact

Internet address bytecode77.com
E-mail mail@martinfischer.it

Disclaimer

Accountability for content

The contents of our pages have been created with the utmost care. However, we cannot guarantee the contents' accuracy, completeness or topicality. According to statutory provisions, we are furthermore responsible for our own content on these web pages. In this context, please note that we are accordingly not obliged to monitor merely the transmitted or saved information of third parties, or investigate circumstances pointing to illegal activity. Our obligations to remove or block the use of information under generally applicable laws remain unaffected by this as per §§ 8 to 10 of the Telemedia Act (TMG).

Accountability for links

Responsibility for the content of external links (to web pages of third parties) lies solely with the operators of the linked pages. No violations were evident to us at the time of linking. Should any legal infringement become known to us, we will remove the respective link immediately.

Copyright

Our web pages and their contents are subject to German copyright law. Unless expressly permitted by law (§ 44a et seq. of the copyright law), every form of utilizing, reproducing or processing works subject to copyright protection on our web pages requires the prior consent of the respective owner of the rights. Individual reproductions of a work are allowed only for private use, so must not serve either directly or indirectly for earnings. Unauthorized utilization of copyrighted works is punishable (§ 106 of the copyright law).

Accountability for malicious use

None of the software that we have developed can be used in order to breach the privacy of another person as per § 202 StGB. Abusing our software as a library to "support" attacks by evading detection or complicating forensic analysis does not impose liability on us, as you (the user) would have to implement the significant portion of malicious code to be able to violate another person's privacy. As far as we are concerned, our software is for educational purposes only and therefore, open source. Furthermore, we do not provide software that is not in accordance with German law. This includes, but is not limited to, remote administration tools (RAT's), ransomware, crypto currency miners and stealers. In order to stay aligned with our ethical standards, any request to manufacture such software, whether requested in public, or privately, will not be pursued.