Have all the open and commercial modules been scrubbed for copyright violations

Please help, I have a working system ready to deploy but the company I’m working for insists that they need to know if all the sourcecode, commercial or open has been scrubbed for copyright before I can order the commercial modules and deliver it to the business. I’m sure this must be documented somewhere but I can’t find it.

The system in question has been deployed from a freepbx distro.

I am not following what you are asking about. Can you explain what you mean?

The FreePBX Copyright and Trademark policy can be found here: https://www.freepbx.org/about-us/freepbx-trademark/ and the code can be found here: https://www.freepbx.org/development/source-code/


I have been asked to check if all modules and source code have been checked for copyright material. Its a question our legal people ask about all open source so that we are not found using licensed software without a license.


All commercial modules come with warranty and protection but open source is always without warranty against anything.

If you want something with a warranty including against IP and Copyright claims you would need to look at PBXact which is our commercial version of FreePBX with a full warranty.

Thanks again Tony,

This sounds like what I’m looking for. Does this have to be a hardware device or can it be supplied in an iso. I would have been purchasing most of these modules for freepbx anyway, an indication of cost would be appreciated.