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README.md

thornsec-builds

These are runnable .jar files for ThornSec. Invoke them, passing your JSON config as arg[0].

Think of these as akin to "nightlies" - however they aren't automated builds, but are the actual builds used to configure @privacyint.

Using these, as with anything else, is entirely at your own risk - these executable jar files are provided purely for your convenience.

If they're up here, they'll work to (at least) some extent - however, there may be json configuration options which are not reflected in the documentation in the repos.

No technical support can be assumed by your usage of these builds.