Parallels used in its products the following third party software:

  • TinyBIOS Pascal Dornier / PC Engines (used as a system BIOS); the COMMON PUBLIC LICENSE.
  • Plex86/Bochs VGABIOS (used as a video BIOS); the LGPL license.
  • MPI (used for operations with large numbers); Copyright © 1998 Michael J. Fromberger. All Rights Reserved.
  • Libmspack (used for decompression of Microsoft cabinet file format); the LGPL license.
  • Chameleon 2.0-RC2 (used as a bootloader for Mac guests); the APSL.
  • Android-x86 (used to create pre-built Android virtual machines); the Apache License, Version 2.0.
  • 7-Zip (used to read the contents of OS image files); the LGPL license.
  • Xorg Mesa (used in OpenGL for guest Linux); XOrg_Mesa_Lisenses (MIT compatible).
  • OpenSSL (used in transport layer); Original SSLeay  + Apache-style license.
  • libxml2 (used for XML format support); the MIT License.
  • libtar (used for reports packing); the BSD_4Clause license.
  • google-breakpad (used for crash handling); the New BSD License.
  • WebKit (using in QWebKit) (used for support IPN); the LGPL license.
  • Phonon (used by Qt); the LGPL license.
  • Qt Solutions (Single Application) (used in GUI); the BSD License.
  • portaudio (used in sound support); PortAudio license (MIT compatible).
  • pcsclite, ccid (used in smartcard support); the LGPL license.
  • libNameSer (used in networking); the ISC License.
  • Opus (used for sound support); the Opus License.
  • WebRTC (used for streaming); the WebRTC License.
  • ProtoBuf (used in transport layer); the Apache License, Version 2.0.
  • Speex (used for sound support); the Speex License.
  • ZeroMQ (used in client); the ZeroMQ License.
  • WebSocket++ (used in transport layer); the WebSocket++ License.
  • DropboxSDK (used for integration with Dropbox); the MIT License.
  • FacebookSDK (used for integration with FB); the Apache License, Version 2.0.
  • HockeySDK (used for integration with HockeyApp); the MIT License.
  • EFI Bios (used as system BIOS); the BSD License.
  • FSW library (from iso9660/UDF in EFI) (used in unattendent installation); the BSD License.
  • ezXML (used as xml parser in Linux video driver); the MIT License.
  • PuTTY suite (used for discovery deployment); the MIT License.

If you want to receive any of the listed sources codes, please send your request to license@parallels.com.