On 24 November 2015, OFAC announced a settlement with the US-based company Barracuda Networks, Inc. for alleged violations of the Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations, the Sudanese Sanctions Regulations, and the Syrian Sanctions Regulations. From August 2009 to April 2012, Barracuda’s UK subsidiary sold web filtering products, including security and censorship products, to entities and individuals in Iran and Sudan and to SDNs designated under the Syria Sanctions Regulations. The US entity provided ongoing support for these products until May 2012. OFAC determined that Barracuda voluntarily self-disclosed the apparent violations to OFAC and that the apparent violations constituted a non-egregious case. The total transaction value was $123,586, and Barracuda agreed to remit $38,930 to settle its potential liability.