I can't give you a definitive answer but i'd just throw in something that i'd heard during a software course, You as the programmer are responcible for any damage your program may do. That's why there are disclaimers in open source software, releasing the developers of any and all legal responcibility (what are you gonna do? sue a bunch of volunteers
) I'm not sure if this would apply to you since you aren't the author, but you are still distributing it. I'd reccomend you make sure all bases are covered.
Second question. Again i'm not totally positive ( i'm such a noob) but i think unitll recently, the *.org domain space thing was reserved for non profit organisations. Sinse i'm pretty sure HTS comes under this catagory, it got .org
Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.
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