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OK not exactly, but I was wondering why they have to hide the real names of softwares in WHM.

e.g. Alab*nza server ,enXim 3.x, pXa (Pl*sk) and CIH0st/Spectr0

Anyone had any clue?
 

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Dya think it is for legal purposes? copyright kinda thing?
 

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So to have the name CocaCola on a Pepsi can is illegal?
 

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That's done intentionally for legality purposes....

They can either put pl*sk or put plesk then put "All trademarks are rights of the respected owner etc etc......."
I guess it was easier to put 1 different character.
 

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OK what if they defamed Plesk but changed the spelling.
e.g. If in WHM: Don't use pl*sk, pl*sk is buggy.
Is Cpanel gonna face a lawsuit?

Originally posted by coastinc
That's done intentionally for legality purposes....

They can either put pl*sk or put plesk then put "All trademarks are rights of the respected owner etc etc......."
I guess it was easier to put 1 different character.