Harhar is now open source!

Harhar uses several open source libraries (JSON.NET, NodaTime and HarNet) and was provided for free (as in “free beer”). I have uploaded the Harhar source code on Github so it is now a free (as in “free speech”) and open source software!

I don’t expect thousand of pull requests but I thought maybe it could help people to integrate it in their own automation systems, or maybe convert it to another programming language (Harhar is written in C# but is fully compatible with Linux and MacOS through Mono).

I’ll also be using Github to track issues and features requests so if you find any bug with it, please use that platform. I will try to convert the application note as a proper documentation (also on Github) and use AppVeyor to automate the publication of binaries.

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About acastaner

I'm the EMEA Technical Lead for Application & Security at Spirent. I specialize in layer 4-7 technologies, Cloud, Programming and CyberSecurity.
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