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Thread: Removing Backtrack Logo

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    Just burned his ISO
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    Default Removing Backtrack Logo

    Recently an idiot see me using my backtrack USB, this dumb person googled and download an iso in same day. Than this idiot tried to do something terribly stupid(he called his friends to a cafe and showed them how he was a superhacker and cracked the WEB of the cafe to demonstrate his skills), this person got caught. When he caught he told everybody that he learned it from me....

    Now I thinking about deleting backtrack branding from my revised usb. I deleted few letters from the boot screen and made it like this " << b ck | rac [logo] ". Clearly a "b ck rac" google search doesn't give too much info. And the logo and missing letters clearly shows its a backtrack.
    Do you think such a re-branding is ethical?

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    Super Moderator Archangel-Amael's Avatar
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    Default Re: Removing Backtrack Logo

    Here is a better idea, stop using Backtrack. If you are not a penetration tester or in closely related field, then you really don't need BT.
    If you are in such a field, or position, then you have nothing to worry about.
    Problem solved.
    Further, call me smart here, but if I have already seen the actual spelling and or logo of backtrack, then << b ck | rac [logo] is not really obfuscating much.
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