November 3, 2012

Acceptable Usage Policy

Peregrine Networks’s Acceptable Usage Policy

This document details the rules that all Peregrine Networks customers must abide by in order to use the services provided by Peregrine Networks Networks. The rules are put into place to ensure our customers that the network we are providing is seen as business quality that you expect from Peregrine Networks. Failure to follow these rules may at the discretion of Peregrine Networks result in immediate termination of your services without a refund. Use of Peregrine Networks services implies acceptance of these terms and conditions.

Within this document, the term “you” refers to any Peregrine Networks customer or anyone using Peregrine Networks services via the customer’s Internet connection. The terms “Peregrine Networks” and “our” refer to Peregrine Networks Networks.

Peregrine Networks reserves the right to amend these rules without prior notice.

Peregrine Networks provides data services and data transport for you to use based upon the services you have purchased. Peregrine Networks exercises no control over the content of the information that passes through our systems and our networks.

You agree that you take full responsibility for any content on the Internet that you access. You agree not to interfere or attempt to interfere with service to any user, system, network, corporation, or organization.

You agree not to send unsolicited commercial email (“UCE”), not to send bulk email (“SPAM”) except to people who have explicitly requested (“Opt-In”) to receive it and conforms to The CAN-SPAM Act

You agree not to hide or attempt to hide the originating source of any email sent via Peregrine Networks systems or services.

You agree not to circumvent or attempt to circumvent any security or authentication of any user, system, or network.

You agree not to engage in any unlawful activities as defined by whatever town, city, state, federal, or international statutes may apply.

You agree not to resell Peregrine Networks services without first obtaining a contract from Peregrine Networks which authorizes this (“ISP contract”).

You agree in not using an IP address or client ID not assigned to you, forge any TCP/IP packet header or any part of the header information in an e-mail or newsgroup posting or probe, scan or test the vulnerability of any Peregrine Networks system or Peregrine Networks network device by the use of sniffers, SNMP tools or any other method.

For further questions, please contact Peregrine Networks