This time the most asked feature is the “undercover mode”.
To make it short: Never.
The reason is that the Fedora Security Lab live media doesn’t need this. We are running Xfce (in the meantime for several years now) with the default Fedora wallpaper and a default theme. It pretty hard to tell (reading impossible if you don’t have the menu open) for a person who only get a quick look at your desktop that you have a lot of specialized tools at your disposal.
You are even stealthier if you only add the Fedora Security Lab toolset to your default Fedora installation. This make the Fedora Security Lab the perfect tool to perform security-related tasks in an office environment at customer’s sites.
I’m open to look left and right but like Fedora itself the Fedora Security Lab always leads and never follows. This means that only software is included which has passed a proper review that ensures that the package complies with the Fedora Packaging Guidelines.