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The ZAP Master is BLAMMO! Electronics version of the classic Dallas Rangemaster treble boost circuit housed in a pedalboard friendly stomp box with a 3-way input cap mod. Designed to sound and look like the original with less noise and more tonal wiggle room.
- The ZapMaster Solar Bug Zapper and Lantern is a great addition to your outdoor fun! Dual function in one small package - light, mosquito zapper, or both together. Solar charge for 2-3 hours of direct sunlight and get about 50 hours of use. Comes with a 110v adapter to charge lantern as well.
- Zap Master The Original Electric Hand Held Racket Bug Zapper Black. 4.2 out of 5 stars (59) Total Ratings 59, 87% agree - Would recommend. Zap Master ZM400 Led 2-in-1 Bug Zapper Bulb & Porch Light. 3.9 out of 5 stars (15) Total Ratings 15, 54% agree - Would recommend.
|This article is about the Armada Mini-Con. For the Beast Wars: Uprising Micromaster, see Zapmaster (BWU).|
- Zapmaster is a Mini-Con from the Armada portion of the Unicron Trilogycontinuity family.
Zapmaster will attack just about anything head-on, no matter how big and overpowering it may be. 'Fear' doesn't ever seem to register in his brain. He lived in the Wastelands of Cybertron for who-knows-how-long, which turned him into the vicious little bugger he is today. Zapmaster is the cousin of Swindle.
Energon ceased publication before the story could conclude. The following would have taken place in unpublished issues.
Zapmaster was a Mini-Con hailing from the same alternate universe Cybertron as Over-Run. Their planet was attacked by Unicron, and the inhabitants were unable to fight him off. Recognizing that they were doomed, Zapmaster urged Over-Run to take the Mini-Con Matrix and use a null-reality pod to flee to another reality, where hopefully the planet eater could be defeated. Over-Run complied and disappeared into another dimension, reluctantly leaving Zapmaster and his homeworld to be devoured by Unicron. Armageddon Part 2
- Thundercracker with Zapmaster (Max-Con, 2003)
- A redeco of ArmadaSwindle mold, Zapmaster transforms into an F-1 race car. He is designed to fit between Thundercracker's flip-out missile launchers, and can also be clipped on the underside of Thundercracker's jet-mode cockpit, deployed by pressing down on the canopy.
- This toy doubles as the Beast Wars: Uprising character Zapmaster, and this mold is similar to, but not the same as, the mold used to make ArmadaMirage and Top Gear.
Built to Rule!
- Thundercracker with Zap Master Mini-Con (Built to Rule!, 2003)
- For the Hasbro Built to Rule! building block system, Zap Master[sic] was a simple redeco of the small, building-block-based version of Swindle. This toy can be rebuilt from robot mode into something kind of vaguely resembling a race car. Sort of.
- Prowl with Longarm & Starscream with Zapmaster (Multi-pack, 2004)
- Zapmaster got redecoed again, as sort of a reverse-Swindle, as part of the Sam's Club exclusiveEnergon multi-pack. This time he was partnered with Starscream, who also came with Prowl and his 'reassigned' Mini-Con partner Longarm.
- In Japan, the Armada Thundercracker/Zapmaster set was actually used (with ever-so-slight plastic tweaks) as the powered-up versions of Starscream and Swindle rather than new characters.
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Checksums for all of the ZAP downloads are maintained on the 2.9.0 Release Page and in the relevant version files.
As with all software we strongly recommend that ZAP is only installed and used on operating systems and JREs that are fully patched and actively maintained.
|Windows (64) Installer|
|Windows (32) Installer|
|Cross Platform Package|
|Core Cross Platform Package|
- Most of the files contain the default set of functionality, and you can add more functionality at any time via the ZAP Marketplace.
- The core package contains the minimal set of functionality you need to get you started.
- The Windows and Linux versions require Java 8 or higher to run.
- The macOS version includes Java 8 - you can use the Linux or Cross Platform versions if you do not want to download this.
- The installers are built using a multi-platform installer builder.
- For more information about this release see the release notes.
Launch the installation wizard by double clicking on the downloaded executable file
Read the License agreement and click 'Accept' to continue the installation
Select 'Standard' or 'Custom' installation
Zap Master Light Bulb
Click 'Finish' to exit set up
|Stable||The standard release|
docker pull owasp/zap2docker-stable
|Bare||Minimal release, ideal for CI|
docker pull owasp/zap2docker-bare
|Weekly||Updated every week|
docker pull owasp/zap2docker-weekly
|Live||The very latest source code|
docker pull owasp/zap2docker-live
- See Docker for more information.
|Weekly Cross Platform Package|
- We generate weekly releases of ZAP from the develop branch, typically every Monday.
- These are just intended for people who want to use all of the features we've added since the last ‘full’ release but don't want the hassle of building ZAP from the source code.
- While we endeavor to ensure that weekly releases are robust, things may be broken or only partially implemented.
- It is cross platform (Windows, Linux and macOS) but does not include any installers.
- It requires Java 8 or higher to run.
- On Linux systems you can use Snapcraft.
- To install:
snap install zaproxy --classic
- To run:
- On Mac OS X you can also install ZAP using Homebrew Cask
- To install:
brew cask install owasp-zap
The Original Bug Zapper
- On Linux systems you can also use Flathub.
- To install:
flatpak install flathub org.zaproxy.ZAP
- To run:
flatpak run org.zaproxy.ZAP
- We maintain a page containing XML with links to the latest ZAP release files
- You can use this to automatically pull down the latest ZAP release for the platform you need.
- ZAP uses similar URLs when checking for updates.
- These are version specific and define the add-on on the ZAP Marketplace for that release stream.
- The 2.9 release stream uses https://raw.githubusercontent.com/zaproxy/zap-admin/master/ZapVersions-2.9.xml
- The development code uses https://raw.githubusercontent.com/zaproxy/zap-admin/master/ZapVersions-dev.xml
- At the moment these files are the same, but it does allow us to maintain different versions of add-ons for different versions of ZAP, if we need to support this in the future.