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Updates README to address coming racetheweb.io integration.

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insp3ctre committed Apr 12, 2018
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Tests for race conditions in web applications by sending out a user-specified number of requests to a target URL (or URLs) *simultaneously*, and then compares the responses from the server for uniqueness. Includes a number of configuration options.
## NOTE: RaceTheWeb.io
Are you wondering why you've been redirected to this GitHub page instead of http://RaceTheWeb.io? **I will be moving the entire vulnerable web application into Race The Web as a part of this repository!** That means you will have access to source code, so you can get a better understanding of what a real race condition vulnerability looks like. It also means that you'll be able to spin up a local version to practice or to demonstrate race conditions to all your friends and family (I hear it's a hit at dinner parties)!
*Stay tuned...*
## UPDATE: Now CI Compatible!
Version 2.0.0 now makes it easier than ever to integrate RTW into your continuous integration pipeline (à la [Jenkins](https://jenkins.io/), [Travis](https://travis-ci.org/), or [Drone](https://github.com/drone/drone)), through the use of an easy to use HTTP API. More information can be found in the **Usage** section below.

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