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    Default Backtrack upload to one click hoster allowed?

    Is it allowed to upload backtrack to a och? Cause sometimes the links given in the download section give only very little download speed.

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    Default Re: Backtrack upload to one click hoster allowed?

    We ask that you do not. Use of a torrent is already an option.

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    Default Re: Backtrack upload to one click hoster allowed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Archangel.Amael View Post
    Use of a torrent is already an option.
    Not to mention it is A LOT faster. Besides that, uploading BT to a OCH service would keep devs from counting how many copies of BT were downloaded.

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    Default Re: Backtrack upload to one click hoster allowed?

    There is typically enough people sharing it that it goes fast and it runs (I think MD5) checks on all pieces to make sure it's exactly what it should be. Legal Torrents for the win... ISP can't complain about that (I don't think lol).

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    Default Re: Backtrack upload to one click hoster allowed?

    Thx for your answers. I just thought it would be another option for really lazy people watching youtube videos on cracking wep and stuff :-)
    question answered...

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    Default Re: Backtrack upload to one click hoster allowed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr-Protocol View Post
    There is typically enough people sharing it that it goes fast and it runs (I think MD5) checks on all pieces to make sure it's exactly what it should be. Legal Torrents for the win... ISP can't complain about that (I don't think lol).
    They can complain, just not really do anything about it.

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