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Found 2 results

  1. pmurton

    Github

    There have been no updates to the Github payload repository for some time. Is this no longer being used as the mechanism for sharing payloads?
  2. Can someone (@Darren Kitchen) setup a separate branch in the BashBunny Repo so that it is easier to remotely download an updated Payloads library? E.g. Pressing a button and it downloading the ZIP of the branch (via zipball/<branch_name>) and unzipping it, overwriting the library folder (but obviously not the switches' folders)? Could also be more useful for community payloads, as they would be stored in a separate branch that is still linked to the root directory's master branch and can therefore manage payload pushes easier. Seems like a good idea in my head that seems easier and more convenient, but up to you.
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