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  1. Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting: Part Four - All About Mules Welcome once again to Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to botting series. If you haven't already read part one or part two, please do so here ([Tutorial] Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting: Part One - Account Creation and Management), here ([Tutorial] Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting: Part Two - All About Proxies) or here ([Tutorial] Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting: Part Three - All About Servers ). --What are mules?-- Well in the real world a mule is an animal, another name for a donkey actually. However, in the RuneScape world, a mule is a slang term for an account used to store excess gold/items. They were commonly used in the dicing days, when the hosts would RWT their gold, and they wanted to make sure they didn't lose everything should something bad happen. And as RWT bans began to rise, mules became a common tool for botters as well. --Why should I use a mule?-- Mules allow you to have a safe place to keep all your botted gold, so you don't lose it when JaGeX cracks down on your bots. That way, when you wake up one day and get that dreaded account disabled message you don't have to be too worried, as all that GP your bots worked hard for is safe and secure on your favorite mule account. With the help of a mule you've managed to thwart JaGeX again, and that's always a bonus. --Can mules get banned?-- The quick and short answer is yes. If you're not careful, and you're lazily just trading all of your GP from your bots to your mule JaGeX can easily track the trade history and ban your mule as well just for having contact with bots. Want proof of this? Ask dicer Fishy what happened to all his accounts when JaGeX decided they were sick of his rampant RWT. He lost all of his accounts, mules included. Alright, so maybe Fishy is a bit of an extreme case but it does show that yes mules can be banned, and being lazy with trading only makes that easier. Luckily for you, I have some discrete methods to help reduce the chances of JaGeX cracking down on your mules which will help you keep that precious GP safe. --Sidebar-- Alrighty, before we continue I want to be perfectly clear here and I really want to avoid someone flaming the thread because "they've never had a mule banned". I'm not saying that you will be banned by directly trading gold from your bots to your mule. Heck, some people even sell gold from their mules without issue. What I am saying is that a ban is possible by directly trading your gold from your bots to your mule. These methods that I am going to show you are methods that will help reduce the ban rates, and just because you haven't revived a ban with your lazy methods does not mean you will not receive a ban. With that out of the way, let's get into this. --Should I level stats on my mule?-- If you have to ask, the answer is probably yes. Let's make the assumption that JaGeX knows what everyone's bank is worth, and if that's the case (which considering they own the game, isn't a super far fetched assumption) wouldn't it be rather odd if a fresh account with absolutely no stats has tonnes of GP. That alone would make JaGeX suspicious as how would you possibly have accumulated that amount of money. Therefore, I would recommend you take some time and train up your account a little bit. You don't need any outrageous stats, just enough to make you blend in to the general population of RuneScape. --Should I quest on my mule?-- Once again, if you have to ask the answer is probably yes. Again, we're looking to blend in here and most people who play RuneScape do at least a couple of quests it's just the standard practice. Quests such as Cook's Assistant, Doric's Quest and Goblin Diplomacy can be done in like 15 minutes total assuming you start with the items. As well, getting the 7 quest points (which you will from those quests) allows you to trade anything from an F2P account; which saves you membership fees. --How do I trade GP safely to and from my mules?-- I think this is probably the most interesting part of the tutorial, and for many the part you're probably going to skip to. I'll be going over 4 methods in this tutorial, ranging from simple, higher risk methods to challenging low risk methods. It's up to you which method you chose, but it's nice to have options. Method 1: Straight Trading [Risk: High, Difficulty: Easy] This method is what you're probably using today, it's the quickest method to move gold from one account to another. Just login to both your bot and your mule, then right click and trade your GP over. It's fast, it's efficient, and it definitely gets the job done. However, we can only assume it provides JaGeX with an easy way to track down your mule as there will be a long log of trading history between the accounts. As a result of this, I wouldn't recommend this method, unless you are layering your mules. What this means is that you have all your bots trading a few mules, and then those mules trading one main mule. Even with that setup I still wouldn't advise straight trading your main mule as to me, that's just too obvious. However, it is the easiest method and you might prefer easy over safe. A bonus tip, if you chose to straight trade throw some junk in the trades. Hopefully this will help keep JaGeX off your back. Method 2: Dueling (Staking) GP [Risk: Medium, Difficulty: Medium] This method is rather straight forward, much like straight trading this method just involves dueling your mule to transfer the gold. It is a bit of a pain to do, as you have to walk both your accounts to the Duel Arena, but it should keep everything on the down low. If you don't want to do a lot of work, but want a bit of extra security then I advise this. Just request to duel your mule, stake all the gold/items you would like to transfer over, then have your mule kill the bot; simple as that. If you really want to save time you can have your bot just forfeit the duel however I wouldn't promote it. If you're already committed to going through the process of dueling you may as well see it through and finish the duel. Method 3: Falador Party Room [Risk: Medium/High, Difficulty: Medium] This method is actually kinda fun. Essentially, run your bots to the falador party room and have them deposit all of their items in the drop chest. Then, start the party, and on your mule run around and pop all of the balloons you can find. When the balloons pop, some will drop some of the items from the chest, quickly pick them up and keep popping! By the time the balloons are done falling, you should have all of the items! Now, due to the nature of the Falador Party Room there are some things you need to note. 1. Other players can come in and start popping balloons, thus stealing all your hard earned items. So make sure you do this on a low population world. 2. If you don't pick up the items after popping, you can lose the items. 3. If you add more then 50k on F2P, NPC's in Falador announce that something is going on in the Party Room, so you really do need to be fast. 4. It costs 10k to pull the lever and start the party. Overall, this is a fun method and surely cannot be traced. However, it's quite risky and you could have some guy come in and pop a balloon to find all your GP sitting there on the ground. Method 4: Grand Exchange Money Laundering [Risk: Medium, Difficulty: High] This method is extremely unknown. I actually attempted to google this, and found one post about it; so you're welcome TRiBot This method was popular back when Free Trade was removed, and RWT companies needed to move gold across multiple accounts. Essentially, what you'll be doing with this method is finding an extremely low volume item on the Grand Exchange, and then buying it on your bots for a ridiculous price, while selling it on your mule thus transferring the money from one account to another via the Grand Exchange. Essentially, if there's no offers for an item (I'll use a Law Rune as an example) the lowest offer regardless of the price, is the first offer to go. So let's say on the Grand Exchange nobody in OSRS is selling Law Runes, and I mean no one. So on your mule, after you confirm nobody's selling Law Runes, you go ahead and sell 1 Law Rune for 10M gold. As there is no other Law Runes being sold, the only sell offer in the Grand Exchange is your offer, and therefore it is at the top of the queue. Then, on your bot with the gold, buy the Law Rune for 10M gold. Again, as there's only one sell offer (the one put in by your mule) you instantly buy that one Law Rune for 10M gold, your bot now has one really expensive Law Rune and your mule has 10M gold, and the accounts never even saw each other in game; making this the best method for laundering money in RuneScape to date. Now, due to the nature of the Grand Exchange there's something you need to note: 1. This can be flawless, if nobody else is buying/selling your item. 2. Sharing items here on the thread, or with your friends is a terrible idea, as that ruins the method. 3. You can lose your money, or atleast some of it, if someone starts selling your item while you're trading. And that about brings this segment of the guide to the end, to overview, we've covered what a mule is, should you use a mule, should you level/quest a mule and then how to discreetly transfer money to your mule. I hope you've enjoyed, and learned something from this lengthy guide, I apologize for the delay, but these guides really do take work. I do have one small question for you guys. As I've written four of these guides (with a total of somewhere around 8000 words), I'm running out of ideas. But I know you guys are not our of ideas. If there's anything you need/want to know more about, feel free to post it here or shoot me a message. And if I do chose your idea, it'll be fully credited when the guide is released! Thanks for reading everyone, and I hope you enjoyed another segment of Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting
  2. *As no one knows how Jagex bans accounts, all opinion's are my own. **In response to comments, I've revised the post. This is meant to encourage/help people get into botting, as well as some tips to people who are not succeeding. I spent a lot of time making this because I think this information is useful. First, not only is it possible to make a living botting, but I make more now than at my "real" job! I do this by diversifying how I make my money and picking up as many streams of income as I can. I'll go into what a normal day looks like, but firstly you should learn the game. Runescape botting by far is where most of my money come in, and without some knowledge of the game you are going to struggle, so if your new looking to make an easy buck, it’s possible, but you’re going to need to do quite a bit of research. I'd play the game for at least a month before attempting to learn. There’s quite a few ways to bot, and you will have to figure out for yourself what works for you. For me, I like to run high requirement/high money bots, though riskier the rewards are also great. I have successfully botted the same accounts for 6+ months, each making over 1m/h. In these types of accounts, the most costly thing associated with it are the accounts getting banned. There are quite a few ways I get around this, and the more unique your personal bot farm is the less likely you are to be banned generally. Some things I follow religiously though are: -Not botting during Jagex hours, if you have botted enough I’m sure your aware 90% of bans happen during this time. Whether being logged in effects it we can’t be certain, but from my personal experience I would not risk it. -Looking Glass, Again, a bit of a controversial one. When botting high skill requirement activity's I like to give my accounts the best chance, I believe looking glass does help, but for suicide botting your CPU could be better used and i would not recommend Looking Glass for those types of Accounts. -Breaks, so far these should not be too crazy new to people, however I see questions all the time on here asking about breaks. You want your accounts to look human if they’re going to last, and humans got to take breaks! -Sleep! A lot of people want to bot on their main, and will do so during the time they would normally sleep. I strongly advise against this. We have suspensions that Jagex tracks your normal hour play time, and there are flags to be raised when you suddenly spend 8 hours alching from midnight to 8am. In fact, I always let my accounts get at least a 8-9 hour "sleep" to look more human. -Paid scripts, you got to spend money to make money! Not only will paid scripts almost always have better, more customization features. The developers usually care and update these scripts a lot more, and, the less users on a script, the better for ban rate. A lot of users don’t want to shell out a few dollars for their accounts. Again, strongly unadvised to use free scripts! -Proxys. Same goes for proxies as paid scripts, generally the more expensive the less likely it will have been botted on in the past. Never use free proxies, you can have accounts banned before you ever bot for using a suspicious proxy! Personally i use residential proxies, and I believe that is why my ban rate seems so low compared to other users. Data center proxies are detectable whereas residential looks like just another home IP. I get mine from Yourprivateproxy as there one of the few sites that offer static, Socks5 residential proxies. You should also be aware of how many accounts you have on a certain proxy, i like to have 2 botting accounts on 1 proxy, with mules/gold traders on cheaper data center proxies. -Check the threads! Before getting into a new activity to bot, check the thread/forum to see what people are complaining about, but also keep in mind that people are more likely to go out of their way to complain vs complement. -Choose what you know! If your highest hunter level you’ve ever gotten in the game is 10, don’t bot hunter! Bot things that your familiar with, things that you've seen/identified people botting and do it in a way that isn’t as obvious as those people. If you jump into a skill you don’t know, you’re just going to be one of those obvious bots. -Don’t overdo it. Don’t quit your job tomorrow to start 100 accounts (yes people do this) without any experience expecting to make bank. Give it time and fell it out to see if this is something you want to learn, you should learn more and more every day from botting. How much money can you make off this? I Spend about an hour a day on my bots, ATM I make around $70 a day/ $2100 a month from the accounts I have and am working towards making more! One of the first things I bought after starting this was my car (image attached). I was a server before this, and as a guy finishing up college the freedom I have now is unreal. *Other ways I make money Honestly these are not for everyone, they can be tedious/annoying. This is not meant to be an add but as an actual discussion on the things I personally do. I realize not everyone will have an interest in these, so please just ignore this part if you fit into that category. Besides botting, in my other free time i try to make money online in a few different ways, lots of websites can be used together to make an extra $ -Swagbucks, This one is my favorite because once you figure it out you can make quite a bit. Especially if you sign up for free trials (I have enough free razors to last me forever) -Perk, Another site though not as good as swagbucks. If you have a phone, tablet or even multiple you can make money on them just playing videos forever, i just set up the ipad and leave. People used to make "perk farms" with tons of phones and make $100's of dollars a day, but the golden age of perk has passed sadly. -Ebates, For saving money this is the best one I know. When buying my new PC they actually gave me 20% back so i got around $200 I would have never seen anyway. I'm sure most people know about it but I thought id include it anyway -Smart Screen Panel- This one will pay you $1 a week per device you download it to up to 3 devices. Its hard to get in but if you catch it when its open you can download and forget about it, I usually forget I have this until Christmas hits then its actually a nice sack of change - Paribus, It will go though your amazon purchases from the last 30 days, and if prices drop give you the difference. I don't buy a lot of stuff off amazon, but you may find it useful. -Instagc, Another site for making money, I've heard great things about this site but i personally do not use it. -Other sites to try, Reddit/beermoney probably has the most of these types of sites if you interested, not something everyone is into but if you got the time check it out! If anyone has any other suggesting/other ways they make money there willing to share, let me know! I'm always trying to find new sites to try and make a buck ***Some of the links above are affiliated/refer links. You do not in anyway have to use these, fell free to google the different sites yourself if interested. I will also attempt to show some verification of my claims.
  3. Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting: Part Two - All About Proxies Welcome once again to Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to botting series. If you haven't already read part one, please do so here ([Tutorial] Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting: Part One - Account Creation and Management). Today, we'll be focusing on proxies including: what are proxies, why should you use them, and of course how to use proxies. Once again I would like to point out that I am in no way the most knowledgable person on this subject, and I do not know every thing there is to know about botting and the like. However, I do know a couple of things, and I'm happy to share those! --What are proxies?-- Simply put, a proxy is a type of server, which you are able to access and run your internet traffic through. The idea of a proxy is that, when you typically access a website, they see your own IP address as that is where the connection is coming from. However, if you use a proxy, your internet traffic is first sent to the proxy server, and then from there sent to the website and the website see's the proxy's IP address and not your own. --How are proxies relevant to botting?-- As TRiBot has grown as a botting site, more and more people began to try and start their own gold farms (running multiple bots to generate ingame currency which is usually sold), as these gold farms have grown so have the number of bans people are experiencing. As you would expect, when the number of bans started to increase, people began to take notice of their current botting setup to try and determine why the bans were occurring (so then they could prevent it). It was quickly discovered that when a user had multiple accounts all banned on one IP address, the IP address could become flagged by JaGeX and anytime botting was attempted from that flagged IP address the accounts would be banned extremely quickly; you may have noticed this phenomena in your own botting experience. To circumvent these flagged IP addresses, users began looking for a cheap way to change your IP address so they could continue botting and thus proxies became commonplace in the botting scene. Proxies allow you to now segment your bot farm, as instead of running all your accounts on one IP address, you can run some accounts on one IP address and some accounts on another! --Should I be using proxies?-- Depending on the size of your bot farm, yes, you should definitely be using proxies. If you're planning on running multiple accounts at a time, you run the risk of having your IP flagged when you get banned. Which will result in all your bots on that IP address being banned, and any new bots you make from that IP address also being banned. Proxies allow you to keep your bot farm segemented, which means that if one proxy gets flagged only the accounts on that proxy get banned, while the rest of your accounts are safe from the flagged IP address as they are under a seperate proxy therefore a seperate IP address. In short, yes if your bot farm includes multiple bots, you should look into using proxies. --What type of proxies should I use with TRiBot?-- As of the time of writing, March 15th, 2016 TRiBot only supports SOCKS5 proxies (SOCKS5 being the connection method used when connecting to the proxy). Therefore, when you're looking for proxies, make sure to not get confused with HTTP, HTTPS or SOCKS4 proxies, as they will not work with TRiBot. Now that that little rule is out of the way, we can focus on the actual types of proxies out there, which can be quickly grouped into three categories: Private Proxies, Premium Proxies, and Free Proxies. Don't worry, I'll give a quick rundown of each, so you can make an informed decision! Free Proxies Free proxies are, as you can assume, proxies which you can access for free, which also means other people can access them for free. Pros of Free Proxies - No monthly fees - Lots of IP Options Cons of Free Proxies - No support - Incredibly Slow - High Potential for IP Address Flags - Cannot control all users accessing proxies Premium Proxies Premium proxies are somewhere in the middle between Private and Free proxies. With Preimum Proxies, you do have to pay for access. However, what you're paying for is access to a pool of IP addresses. This pool is shared amongst the other users who are also paying for access. Thus giving you and all the other subscribers access to quite a number of proxies, for a relatively low price. Pros of Premium Proxies - Lots of IP Options - Fast Speeds - Low Cost per month - Supported by companies Cons of Premium Proxies - Potential for IP Address Flags - Cannot control all users accessing proxies Private Proxies Private proxies are proxies that you must pay to access and you typically pay per proxy with the idea that only you would have access to the proxy. For the Pros/Cons list, I'm assuming you have an honest provider, who sells each proxy to only one person. Pros of Private Proxies - Lots of IP Options - Fast Speeds - Control over who has proxy access - Supported by companies Cons of Private Proxies - Can be expensive (Couple of dollars per IP) --How do I use proxies with TRiBot?-- I could post an entire guide on how to do this, but luckily @Todd has already done this for me! You can see Todd's guide here https://tribot.org/forums/topic/26877-how-to-use-the-tribot-proxy-feature/ You can also select your proxy inside the bot, using the New Client (Advanced) Button, or right click on the tab in TRiBot and select "Set proxy", see the .gif below for further clarification The Set Proxy feature is used when you want to use a proxy while botting with Looking Glass. For more explanation about how proxies work with Looking Glass, see this post by @TRiLeZ https://tribot.org/forums/topic/49479-notice-proxy-usage/ --How do I create accounts behind a proxy?-- The easiest method is to use a browser called Maxthon, which is one of the few mainstream browsers that natively supports authenticated proxies. There's a Windows download link here http://filehippo.com/download_maxthon/64220/ It's worth noting that at the time of writing the most recent version of Maxthon does not handle SOCKS5 proxies, to combat this I have linked the version I'm currently using, which does support SOCKS5 proxies. A guide to setting up SOCKS5 proxies in Maxthon can be found here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRbLYwimhYk), thanks @Montreal --How can I run OldSchool through a proxy?-- Use a program called WideCap or Proxifier on Windows or ProxyChains on Linux. A tutorial for this can be found here: --How can I add proxies to TRiBot?-- As some of you may know, I've previously released an AutoHotKey tool for automatng the process of adding accounts to TRiBot (if you haven't the thread is here: https://tribot.org/forums/topic/50213-tutorial-release-fluffees-tribot-account-adder/). And as you can guess, I've realeased a similar tool for adding proxies to TRiBot. However, to keep this thread nice and tidy, you can find my proxy adding tool here: Otherwise, you can follow @Todd 's tutorial linked above to add proxies to TRiBot! --Wait, what about VPN's do I need those too?-- No, I would advise against a VPN, and here's why. A VPN is a Virtual Private Network, these are used commonly by people who torrent frequently, or want to remain anonymous online. With a VPN subscription (such as Cyberhost or Private Internet Access) you gain the ability to connect to servers provided by your VPN provider and thus run all your internet traffic threw the server and change your IP address. The reason VPN's do not work well for botting is that with a VPN subscription you gain access to a pool of IP addresses (the pool of IP's being the servers you can connect to) but that pool is shared with the other people who have subscriptions to that VPN. How does this relate to botting? Well, as botting has grown, so have the ban rates and JaGeX have started issuing IP bans, where every account attached to an IP address is permanently banned. Due to these IP bans, using a VPN with IP's that other can have access to, you have no control over what they do while connected to those IP's and for all you know, every IP address your VPN provides could be flagged by Jagex and every account you make could be banned thanks to those IP flags I spoke of earlier. And that about brings this segment of the guide to the end, to overview, we've covered the different types of proxies you can use, should you use proxies, and then how to utilize and add those proxies to TRiBot. I hope you've enjoyed, and learned something from this lengthy guide, be sure to keep on the lookout for Part 3
  4. Creating this thread to provide an easy way for me to link new users to my tutorials, as well as have them all in my Signature, without making it obnoxious. -- Fluffee's Ultimate Guide to Botting Series -- -- General Tutorials -- -- AutoHotKey Releases --
  5. Hello to all that read this, im making the thread for the most part for me. This thread will consist of updates (pictures) of my entire time using this script with my main account. this script has made it seem very easy so far where i am and i will vouch for Encoded for all his hard work and consistancy he does. The first two photos are simply a 10 hour proggie and me getting 85 fishing. I will continue to update this thread as much as i can to show all my progress. Thanks for reading. Edit: Encoded fisher supports karamja fully and works perfect, i will upload longer proggies when i have time to do them. Edit: 3 july - Karamja proggie 10 hour flawless. Edit: 4 july - karamja proggie 21 hours (Free account, proving this script is very good with anti-ban) + 87 fishing main account. Edit : 5 july - 88 fishing proggie, next week i will also be planning to beat the 100 hour proggie for this script, so wish me bloody luck! Edit: 6 july - N/A Edit: 7 july - 89 fishing proggie Edit: 8 july - 90 fishing proggie + 5:37pm 91 fishing proggie Edit: 10 july - 92 fishing proggie Edit: 14 july - 93 fishing proggie Edit: 16 july - 94 fishing proggie Edit: 21 july - 95 fishing proggie Edit: 25 july - 96 fishing proggie Edit: 27 july - 97 fishing proggie - decided to finish 99 off with leap fishing. Edit: 29 july - 98 fishing proggie Edit: 31 july - finally i have completed my goal for 99 fishing, iv been running this script with a break system of about 10 mins every 2.30 hours, i ran this script about 20 hours a day non stop. @Encoded has made a script that i think may just have the best anti-ban unless anyone can tell me other wise. anyway! thankyou Encoded for the awesome script! i look forward to any other scripts you decide to make premium as i would buy it! Thankyou to everyone that supported me. Caldridge7.
  6. Notes: I have only been able to test this setup procedure, on Debian 6.0, 7.9 and 8.1 (as they are all DigitalOcean provides). I can assume if it works on those, it will work on the other distributions in that set, but there are no guarantees. Secondly, this script requires root privileges to run, do not try and run without root or you will encounter issues Thirdly, this script and tutorial, will guide you through the process of disabling root logins on your server, creating a new account which you will use with root privileges, and changing the default ssh port. If for some reason you feel those are not good things to do (they are, leaving root logins enabled opens you to a world of issues) then you can edit this script yourself, or skip those steps in the guide. Do not post here complaining you can't login as root, you should never ssh as root after you setup the server, and I refuse to promote that terrible practice. Lastly, there are some redundant commands in the script, however they do no harm so I'm not concerned with them at the moment Step 1. Acquire a non-setup Debian VPS (Recommended Debian 7 x86) (http://www.waveride.at is a personal favorite) Step 2. Download PuTTY (PuTTY Homepage) Step 3. Download a VNC Viewer (TightVNC is my personal recommendation, use whatever you prefer) Step 4. SSH into your server, and get to a root prompt (SSH in this case means to connect via PuTTY) (NOTE: YOU MUST BE ROOT) Step 4a) Open PuTTy, you should see a screen like this Step 4b) Enter your Server IP Address into the box that says Host Name (Or IP Address) Step 4c) Enter your server login details and you're done Step 5. If you don't care to learn anything, and you really just want the server setup and done with, go ahead and run this command (32 Bit) apt-get update && apt-get install -y sudo wget && wget --no-check-cert 'https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81527571/Debian%207%20(32%20Bit)/install32.sh'&& chmod +x install32.sh && ./install32.sh (64 Bit) apt-get update && apt-get install -y sudo wget && wget --no-check-cert 'https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81527571/Debian%207%20(64%20bit)/install64.sh'&& chmod +x install64.sh && ./install64.sh The command above installs sudo and wget (Installed by default in Debian 7.0+), downloads the install bash script from my Dropbox, gives the script run permissions, and then runs the script. If you'd like to view the script before running it (which you should): 32 Bit 64 Bit Step 6. When the script starts, it will prompt you for the following information: Hit enter after entering your information for each question What would you like your user account to be named? Must be lowercase This is going to be the name of the account you will be using from now on, as root logins will be disabled (over ssh, you can connect as this account and then switch to root afterwards, just not directly connect as root). Just type in the name of your account in all lowercase, for example bots What port would you like to use to ssh to your server? This port is the port used when you use PuTTy to access your server, the default is 22, please change it from 22 to make your server more secure. I recommend something kinda random, such as 6754. Again, just type in your port number of choice What port would you like to use to vnc to your server? The default port for this is 5901, if you want to continue with that port type in 5901 or type in any other port of your choice. What would you like your ssh password to be? This is the password of the new account the script will create, type in whatever you want your password to be, you must enter a value What would you like your vnc password to be? This is the password used when you vnc to your server, it can be anything but you must enter a value Step 7. Now that the information is entered you can sit back and relax, and the script will do the rest. When it finishes, you can go ahead and VNC into your server and run your favorite botting client For anyone you doesn't care what the script does, this tutorial is finished! Please feel free to spread some love for the time I spent writing this tutorial, and perfecting the script For the advanced users, or anyone who isn't just going to run something that I claim is safe, read on and I'll walk you through every command, well most of 'em Command Explanation apt-get update - This command checks the repositories included, for any updates to the Debian software, and updates them automatically apt-get -y install sudo wget nano - This command is slightly redundant, and I just noticed it. Anyways, I'm not fixing it because there's no harm here, but this command installs: sudo (Allows other users to run things as root) wget (allows you to download things from the internet, via bash) nano (A nice bash text editor, which is merely my preferred option over vi [the default bash editor]) sed -i "s/Port 22/Port $sshport/g" /etc/ssh/sshd_config - Replaces the phrase Port 22 with the port inputted at the beginning of the tutorial, if you're running this by copying and pasting each command, replace $sshport with your port of choice. Or, use nano or vi to edit the file /etc/ssh/sshd_config and change the port there echo "AllowUsers $name" >> /etc/ssh/sshd_config - Adds the user account inputted in the being to the list of users allowed to connect via ssh replace $name with your user account name, if you're doing this yourself sed -i "s/PermitRootLogin no/PermitRootLogin yes/g" /etc/ssh/sshd_config - Turns root logins off by replacing the line, skip this if you don't want to turn off root logins chmod 600 sshd_config - Assigns the correct permissions to sshd_config, this command is also unnecessary as of now. service ssh restart - Restarts the ssh service to make the changes take effect, this will not close your connection apt-get -y install xorg lxde tightvncserver - Installs Xorg a LXDE component, LXDE a lightweight desktop environment and TightVNC Server, which will allow you to use VNC to connect to your server sudo adduser $name --gecos "First Last,RoomNumber,WorkPhone,HomePhone" --disabled-password - Adds a user account without a password, if doing this yourself, replaces $name with your desired name echo "$name:$sshpassword" | sudo chpasswd - Changes the password of the account just created, replace $name with the account name, and $sshpassword with the desired password sudo adduser $name sudo - Adds the created user to the sudo user group, which will allow it to run commands as root, replace $name with your desired account name mkdir /home/$name/.vnc - Creates the .vnc directory echo $vncpassword >/home/$name/.vnc/file - Writes the vncpassword to a file, change $vncpassword with the desired password vncpasswd -f </home/$name/.vnc/file >/home/$name/.vnc/passwd - Creates the password file used by the vnc server, and writes the password chown $name /home/$name/.vnc - Changes ownership of file to the user you created chgrp $name /home/$name/.vnc - Changes the group of the file to the user you created su - $name -c "vncserver" - Runs vncserver as the created user su - $name -c "vncserver -kill :1" - Kills the vncserver process as the created user All the curl and wget commands are used to download the popular botting clients, and OSBuddy, places them in a created folder echo deb commands are used to add repositories to Debian to download java (Google Debian JDK8 webupd8 for more details) apt-key gives the server the proper key to connect to the repositories echo oracle allows the script to auto accept the java license agreement chmod 777 /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-oracle/jre/lib/security/java.policy - Gives permission to policy file for LG The rest of the commands install firefox, allow the Java Runtime to be seen, create the tightvnc service (so it autostarts) and modify the vncport. If you genuinely have questions, hit me up on Skype: HiFluffee Update January 19th, 2016: Updated both sh files to disable root logins properly, had a mistake in the code. The script also converts any capital letters in the account name to lowercase. If capitals are present the account doesn't get created. Update February 29th, 2016: Fixed the sh files to allow automatically allow connections via VNC to a custom port on reboot of the server. Update: March 2nd, 2016: Now automates keyboard, character and encoding selection Update: March 6th, 2016: Automatically picks Java to open Jar files, and removes Screensaver Update August 20th, 2016: The script now installs TightVNC 1.3.9.10 which fixes the VNC crashing error when too many programs are opened at once.
  7. Fluffee's TRiBot Proxy Adder v1.00 (Coded in AutoHotKey) To coincide with my proxy guide, which you can see here: https://tribot.org/forums/topic/62766-tutoria-fluffees-ultimate-guide-to-botting-part-two-all-about-proxies/ Like my Account Adder, this will allow you to automate the process of adding proxies to TRiBot. However, it only works on Windows. To run the program, create a text file for your proxies formatted as follows: Proxy Name,proxy:port,username,password (e.g. Test Proxy,192.168.1.1:1080,username,password) To start the bot: Load up Fluffee's TRiBot Proxy Adder.exe, or .ahk whichever, insert the full path to your files (i.e. C:\Users\John\Desktop\Accounts.txt) Then hit start, and wait for the Message Box to appear saying the script is finished! From there, open up TRiBot and check to see if your proxies have appeared in the loader (which they should've). The proxies will also appear inside the client Proxy Editor, however, you may need to open a Client, then restart TRiBot! Message me with any problems you have, it does work! Well it should anyways! NOTE: If you do not have AutoHotKey installed, download the .exe Hope it helps Virus Scan of both files: .exe https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/dadcd145e97a0f57d174fa1c391dcccd0e1b09aa5a2a376e0aef93d4238d1914/analysis/1458095484/ .ahk https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/6fca6d9fe7055f16f397f9684ea43ad84006cf1a846da67a1064319949d78fa1/analysis/1458095406/ AHK - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8etMDADCUvKUENQUDdfZ3M0NkU/view?usp=sharing EXE - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8etMDADCUvKNWx0MkxvelJSeWc Code - http://pastebin.com/MQvadeiE
  8. Hello guys! I am here to show you how to use a VPS linux server to remote view your desktop and bot on it. This saves you money on buying a windows machine, you can just use linux with a few simple steps! I bought mine server from rootnerds.com - they do really cheap good servers, 3gb ram, 1cpu, 200gb hdd and 500gb transfer for only 2.99eu/ a month!!! http://lowendbox.com/blog/rootnerds-e1-99month-or-2-61month-1gb-openvz-vps-in-frankfurt-germany/ Ubuntu 14 desktop facility is not really suitable/compatible with xrdp, therefore we need to install xfce first to get it running, if you don't you will end up with grey screen! NOTE: THIS WORKS FOR UBUNTU +9 AND CENTOS 5/6. If you don't have WGET command on centos you need to download it.. Type this in terminal: yum -y install wget 1. Download Putty. 2. Connect to your server (type in IP of ur server into putty) 3. open terminal and type in (CASE-SENSITIVE) - wget https://raw.github.com/anonymous--/SetupVPS/master/setupvps.sh 3. type in chmod +x setupvps.sh (press enter) Then type this in and press enter: ./setupvps.sh 4. After everything is completed in the script connect to your vnc using (ULTRAVNC)(google it) and type in SERVERIP:1 or SERVERIP:5901 5. go to terminal again and assuming you have centos type in (if its ubuntu 10/11/12 type in sudo apt-get install java) yum install java 6. Download BOT and run it ! (Make sure you run java 1.7.0 on the BOT !!) DONE! UBUNTU 10/11/12/13/14 PLEASE FOLLOW GUIDE BELOW. GUIDE FOR UBUNTU +14. 1. Download putty. 2. Open putty and input your server's IP address. 3. Type in the following (case sensitive): apt-get update Now wail till it updates and then type in: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop --no-install-recommends Again, wait till it's done and after that type in: sudo apt-get install xrdp Then type in: /etc/init.d/xrdp status // we check the status of the server/etc/init.d/xrdp start // we start the server Now we need to install XFCE desktop.. So type in: sudo apt-get update // we update the repo againsudo apt-get install xfce4 // we install XFCE4 Now after we installed everything we need to let know XFCE that we will be using it's desktop instead of ubuntu or gnome. So TYPE IN : echo xfce4-session >~/.xsession And then last step... Type in: sudo service xrdp restart Now to connect to your ubuntu, you don't really need any UltraVNC or anything like that. Just go to search on your windows and type in remote desktop, launch that little program and type in the IP of your server in the computer name field. It should now properly connect, type in your username (usually root) and password (whatever you setup on your vps as root) AND that's it! You are ready to bot, just remember to download JAVA!!! (sudo apt-get install java). Once you are in remote desktop now open terminal window and type in: sudo apt-get install default-jresudo apt-get install firefox This will install java and firefox for you.. Now you can download the bot...When you download the bot make sure you make it exe. so you move the bot file to the /root directory and then go to terminal and type in: chmod +x TRiBot.jar after that you can go and launch the bot and BOT... remember to select java 1.7.0 on tribot client!! IF you are using XRDP and want to reconnect you to the same session you MUST follow these short steps! 1. Login to your xfce desktop 2. Go to /etc/xrdp/xrdp.ini ( Should be in the file system somewhere ) 3. Look for "xrdp7" and at the bottom add this: [xrdp8]name=Reconnectlib=libvnc.sousername=askpassword=askip=127.0.0.1port=5910 4. Save this file & exit your remote desktop. 5. Login to xrdp with module "RECONNECT" and ta da, job is done:) (everytime now you want to connect to your existing session you need to use RECONNECT module. This is is my statistic from running 1 bot. Bandwidth Usage 0% 528.31 MB of 500 GB Used / 499.48 GB Free Memory Usage 15% 447.35 MB of 3 GB Used / 2.56 GB Free VSwap Usage 0% 0 KB of 0 KB Used / 0 KB Free Disk Usage 1% 1.86 GB of 200 GB Used / 198.14 GB Free Remember to run tribot with 512 ram cache. You can run STABLE probably up to 4-5 bots with 3gb RAM Also they sell additional IPs. So you can buy 2.99euro server and +5 different ips and you can bot without getting banned... Really good deal this is:) SCREENIE:
  9. Just learning to script and i want my bot to walk to Khalid bank this is what i got so far package scripts; import org.tribot.script.Script; import org.tribot.script.ScriptManifest; @ScriptManifest(authors = { "MySmallBox" }, category = "Crafting", name = "alkharid crafter") public class TinMiner extends Script { private boolean isAtBank(){ return false;} private boolean walkToBank(){ return false;} @Override public void run(){ while(true){ if(isAtBank()){ //begin crafting leather... this is for later but now i need to know how to walk to bank first }else{ walkToBank(); } sleep(50);}}} so yeah how do i walk to bank i read the api but still hopless
  10. Hey guys this is the first in my new series Botting For Profit OSRS:
  11. Hey whatsup guys! I have been gold farming for about a year now. When I look back at when I just started I can tell you that it was one hell of a journey! From feeling like a boss using my first crappy f2p script to making hundreds of dollars a month. Getting my whole farm banned to running the farm without bans for over a month (dat feeling when u have to buy new bonds because Jagex didnt catch u ). When I started botting there werent really any people around showing me the tricks of the business. Ofcourse I understand that nobody is going to share any good methods, but I mean just the basics. Thats why i decided to make a guide on gold farming. I hope I can help some of you and motivate people to start a farm as well. Most people think that gold farming is just setting up some accounts, start some scripts and the money comes running in. Well I wish it was that way, it's a never ending process of trial and error, persistance and being innovative. Check out my guide at http://www.howtobotrs.com, hope I helped some of you guys out! If this post isnt in the right place, please remind me and I will change it ASAP. Peace
  12. Conditional Sleeping Description I see a lot of new users who are just beginning scripting using static sleep methods. This is really inefficient and a bad habit because your script will sleep every time it reaches that point instead of just when it needs to. I will be showing you how to use Tribot's method for Conditional Sleeping. What is it? Conditional sleeping is a way to allow the script to sleep for a given amount of time until the given condition returns a true value. Why should I use it? This will allow your script to continue without sleeping if the current action succeeded, if the action didn't succeed before the timeout it will return false. This will make the overall efficiency of your scripts will be quicker and more human like. API Information [Documentation] Implementation Firstly you must import the Timing class and the Condition class from the Tribot API. import org.tribot.api.Timing;import org.tribot.api.types.generic.Condition; Next we must call Timing#waitCondition and give it the correct parameters. We will create a new condition. Timing.waitCondition(new Condition() { @Override public boolean active() { General.sleep(100); // Add this in to reduce CPU usage return false; } }) Lastly we must return a value and create a timeout. Timing.waitCondition(new Condition() { @Override public boolean active() { General.sleep(100); return //TODO Return value } }, General.random(1000, 1200)); Example Here is an example of this being used. public void openBank() { if (!Banking.isBankScreenOpen()) { if (Banking.openBank()) { Timing.waitCondition(new Condition() { @Override public boolean active() { General.sleep(100); // Add this in to reduce CPU usage return Banking.isBankScreenOpen(); } }, General.random(750, 1000)); } } else { // Do something } }
  13. Hello beautiful people of the Tribot community! (tl;dr at the end) I am relatively new member of the community and have always wanted to increase the amount i participate and involve myself in the OSRS community. ANYWHO this topic is going to be my attempt to make REAL LIFE money from the use of an OSRS bot farm using RWT (obviously, right?). In essence this thread will contain; every purchase i make (I will convert to USD for simplicity), every mistake I make, every banned account and the lessons i will learn on the way. I might even include a rough estimate of the revenue i get depending on my mood. The point of this topic is for other people who plan on getting a few bucks from OSRS bot farming to have some sort of basis to start from, or otherwise for people to just have a look at and have a laugh at all my suffering! Hopefully I can be as detailed as possible (without being suspicious or stupid) so that you can all be entertained while being informed. JUST TO CLARIFY, this is my first ever attempt to make real life money from a bot, or use more than 2 scripts simultaneously, so i do assume a very steep learning curve to come from this experience, as with learning anything. GOALS Set from the first log (19/04/2016)- Create and hand-train accounts until suspicious enough to justify beginning to bot many hours a day on at least 5 accounts- Hopefully within a week Start working out which skills will ultimately give me the best NET profit in regards to risk and reward- Whenever the first goal is completed Make our first $10 day- Hopefully this will come within a fortnight of this project Make our first $30 day- About a month after the $10 day NONE of these goals are set in stone and the actual starting time (of when i will first make accounts) will be in about 2-3 days, after all my exams are finished (yes i have a life, unfortunately). My FINAL remark is that if you're interested in knowing my progress please leave a comment or send me a message! If you have any criticisms for the project or know any rookie mistakes and learning curves you all have made over the years please leave a comment-please only constructive criticism. I have been reading around the tutorial parts of the forums but there definitely will be stuff that i haven't seen. This is all for fun guys, i do have a legit job so im not too concerned about negative outcomes. ALRIGHTY IM EXCITED FOR THIS! Join me in this adventure folks! hopefully this will continue steadily! BAZINGA OUT! tl;dr I will start a step by step, entertainment based, progress blog (you may say) where i show all my efforts to create a botfarm from scratch. With ALL failures included. JOIN ME!
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  15. To begin with, I just wanted to make it clear that English is my second language, and I apologise for any ocasional mistakes. Just making it clear, this thread is where I'm going to share with you guys my first small gold farming experience, and try to help you guys with yours and maybe you could give me some advise back. There's probably a lot of information that you already know, but i'm going to describe the whole process and the results for each method from acc creation to training and go making money. By the way, I used proxies so I that i didn't get chain banned. Feel welcome to jump to the end if you don't want to know how a noob at goldfarming did on his first 4 days of experience. Starting the farm I invested some money on a few interesting scripts and these are the results (and process): (different accs created and methods to train) Detalis I created the e-mails and accounts. -The bots all looked different from the standard-looking recently created acc (a male wearing regular brow and green-like clothes) -The first 10 bots had different passwords, all the other ones had the same password. I made tutorial island myself on 4 accounts. I trained magic and hp on each of them, all without botting. I made them over 20 combat before starting to bot. Those accounts lasted 3 days, except for one that hasn't been banned so far. I have been botting on them pretty much 24/7. Those would run the best scripts, the ones supposed to give the best money/h. Those accounts worked great for at least 3 days straight. 2 of them were running 1 script, and the other, another script. Just now the first one of them got banned, but it was still pretty great profit. The other two are still working. But not for long, I suppose. I stopped using one of them and put another one on it's place, simillar stats from the first one, when it had just started. It got banned withing hours. (I botted tutorial island on that one, trained it myself). I suppose bans from tutorial island might be delayed a few hours for them to analyze the acc. For the next set of accounts, 6 of them now, I used a tutorial island bot. And then I trained them on chickens with starting equipment only, botting as well. One of them was banned right away. Then I sent the others to bot, all of them doing the same thing. I also put one of the accounts I trained myself to bot with those, and it had membership. Just 1 of them made it for longer than 15 hours. I figured the script was faulty, but it was saying it had the highest anti ban possible. I created 20 more accs and sent all of them to run the same script. It's a paid script by the way. None of them could really profit over 500k before getting banned. Which they all did, at once. (at least when i checked my screen, most of them were already gone) Detalis I should add: I sometimes was able to see people coming to me and asking if i was a bot, or someone saying "so many bots"... I simply answered "of course not" or "yes, a lot indeed" and resumed script. The 2 accs that I menaged to do it lasted a lot longer than the others and one of them is not even banned yet. The one account that answered and is yet to be banned is running a script. A friend of mine ran the same script on his main, since it was working just great for me. His main had over 170 qp and he had never botted. He got permanently banned within hours. My bot is still working. I'm guessing he was reported. Conclusion Okay, I admit I was dumb by sending levels 3 to go skill and make money on free worlds expecting them not to get banned, but... Not even one of them survived. This is slow, and you gotta fail to learn. I can not assure that botting tutorial island the reason a few accs got banned, as any of them got banned right away. But when 20 bots that did it got banned, I start to wonder if there's a relation between things. Also, training accounts myself seemed to make them last a lot more on the long run, even though I didn't really test it for sure, while training accounts using bots didn't seem to help at all. But that's a difficult thing to assure, because as answering people make accs last longer. Because that means that reports really make a difference whether the account gets or not banned (even though i'm pretty sure my 20 lvls 3 didn't get all reported). So, if a bot could train combat to... let's say, 40, 50? People wouldn't report it as it's not a shitty level 3 account. Specially if it's wearing any kind of armour. I know that this might be going too far, but all the bans that happened at once (or at least in a short period of time) were on accounts with the same password. I'm just saying that using different passwords wouldn't hurt anyone, since the accs were created right after each other with the same password, IDK, just expeculating. So... What I really wanted was you guys to share what you've learned so far to save me some time and money creating accs and failing. Is it worth it to invest on a combat bot to train my accs? make them wear armour? get them quest points? Is it just luck based? do you thing reports are really important? Feel free to message me if you feel like helping someone start out. Thanks a lot
  16. Hello I've had a few request on how to sell gold so here a video I made last night to show.
  17. 61 Crafting 10 Slayer 50 FM 55 WC 65 Magic 48 Agility 25 Herblore (Greenman's Ale +1, or Greenman's Ale (m) +2, or Spicy Stew up to +5) 40 Smithing (Dwarven Stout +1, or Dwarven Stout (m) +2, or Spicy Stew up to +5) 40 Ranged 40 Defence* 53 Fishing (Fishing Potion +3, or Admiral Pie +5) 10 Fletching 70 Cooking (Chef's Delight +3, or Chef's Delight (m) +5, or Spicy Stew up to +5) 60 Mining 53 Thieving * - In order to be a Berserker pure, you should do Lunar Diplomacy after questing to 40 defence. * - You only need to be able to start Legend's Quest. ** - If you are planning on staying 60 attack you must complete Monkey Madness & all other quests that give attack Xp before 28288 total Attack Experience. Quests directly to the right of other quests are required for the corresponding quest on the left. _________________ RFD List Cooks assistant Desert Treasure The Dig Site Temple of Ikov Tourist Trap Troll Stronghold Death Plateau Fishing Contest Goblin Diplomacy Big Chompy Bird Hunting Biohazard Plague City Demon Slayer Murder Mystery Nature Spirit Priest in Peril The Restless Ghost Witch's House Gertrude's Cat Shadow of the Storm The Golem Lost City Monkey Madness** The Grand Tree Tree Gnome Village Horror from the Deep Barcrawl mini-quest Legend's Quest* Heroe's Quest Shield of Arrav Merlin's Crystal Dragon Slayer Family Crest Underground Pass Waterfall Quest Shilo Village Jungle Potion Druidic Ritual _______________ - Quest Requirements for Lunar Diplomacy Quests directly to the right (on the same line) of other quests are required for the corresponding quest on the left. Quests in list form: The Freminnik Trials Lost City Rune Mysteries Quest Shilo Village Jungle Potion Druidic Ritual _______________ - Quests & training methods to get requirements Agility @1 Freminnik Trials, 2.8k Xp @1 Icthlarin’s Little Helper, 4k Xp @1 Recruitment Drive, 1k Xp @1 Underground Pass, 3k Xp @25 The Grand Tree, 7.9k Xp @28 Troll Romance, 8k Xp=35 1-25 Toy Mice 35-40 Barbarian Course 40-48 Brimhaven Arena Cooking @1 Gertrude’s Cat, 1525 Xp @1 Cook’s Assistant, 300 Xp @30 Big Chompy Bird Hunting, 1470 Xp @53 Heroe’s Quest, 2825 Xp In between quests I recommend fishing first and cooking the fish you catch. Crafting @1 Sheep shearer 150 Xp @1 Goblin Diplomacy, 200 Xp @1 Dwarf Cannon 750 Xp @10 Observatory Quest, 2250 Xp @18 Nature Spirit 3k Xp @19 Animal Magnetism 1k Xp @20 Shilo village, 3875 Xp @20 Elemental Workshop I, 5k Xp @20 Elemental Workshop II, 7.5k Xp @36 Enlightened Journey, 2k Xp @40 The Freminnik Trials, 2.8k Xp @49 Hand in the Sand 9k Xp = almost 50 Almost 50 – 61 = 5448 coif’s I recommend buying the cowhides or leather. Alternatively, you could spin 13438 flax, again I strongly recommend buying it. Fishing @1 The Freminnik Trials, 2.8k Xp @1 Sea Slug, 7175 Xp @10 Fishing Contest, 2437 Xp 1-5 Shrimp (Net fishing, Draynor) 5-20 Bait fishing, Draynor 20+ Fly fishing, Barbarian Village or Shilo Village Firemaking @1 Heroe’s Quest, 1575 Xp @20 Enlightened Journery, 4k Xp Burn the highest level logs possible. Herblore @1 Druidic Ritual, 250 Xp @1 Recruitment Drive, 1k Xp @3 Jungle Potion, 775 Xp @10 The Dig Site, 2k Xp Clean whatever herbs you can after completion of The Dig Site, bank those you can’t. You can buy eye of newt in Port Sarim from the magic shop for 3Gp each and Water filled vials from the general store in Ardougne for 3-12 Gp each. You can kill Unicorns for their horn near the fishing spots in Barbarian Village. Sell any herbs leftover after level 25. Mining @1 Plague City, 2425 Xp @1 Doric’s Quest, 1.3k Xp @1 The Dig Site, 15.3k Xp @50 Heroe’s Quest, 2575 Xp 15-45 Powermining Iron in Al Kharid, or Varrock. 45-60 Powermining Granite in the desert. Smithing @1 Heroe’s Quest, 2575 Xp @1 The Knight's Sword, 12275 Xp @20 Elemental Workshop I, 5k Xp @30 Elemental Workshop II, 7.5k Xp 34-35 Smith Steel Bars 35-40 Smith Cannonballs Thieving @1 Biohazard, 1250 Xp @1 Hazeel Cult 1.5k Xp @1 Fight Arena, 2175 Xp @1 Icthlarin’s Little Helper, 4.5k Xp @17 The Hand in the Sand 1k Xp @25 Creature of Fenkenstrain 1k Xp @25 The Golem, 1k Xp @30, The Feud, 15k Xp=37 1-10, man or 1-5 man 5-20 cake stall or 10- 20 farmer 20-38 silk stall Or 20-38 Al Kharid Warriors 38+ master farmer Woodcutting @1 Icthlarin’s Little Helper, 4k Xp @1 Heroe’s Quest, 1575 Xp @1 Monk’s Friend, 2k Xp @1 Enlightened Journey, 1.5k Xp @35 Animal Magnetism, 2.5k Xp @40 Freminnik Trials, 2.8k Xp 1-15 Normal Trees (Catherby, or wherever) 15-30 Oak Trees (Draynor or Varrock) 30-45 Willow Trees (Barb Outpost or Draynor) 45-55 Maple Trees (Seers Village) _________________ Quests that give Attack Xp & required for Zerkers Fremmenik Trials - 2,812 Heroes Quest - 3,075 Tree Gnome Village - 11,450 Waterfall Quest - 13,750 The Grand Tree - 18,400 Monkey Madness - 20,000 Underground Pass - 3,000 These are not skill guides, simply recommendations. There are probably better ways to train these skills. I have left out combat skills and skills with low requirements, such as fletching since these do not need much explanation. I DO NOT TAKE FULL CREDIT FOR MAKING THIS GUIDE! Mainly copied and pasted.. But hey,Tribot needs a Guide. http://forums.zybez.net/topic/1572606-berserker-pure-guide/ Credit goes to Spoonheb @ zybez
  18. Hey guys, with the release of my modern goldfarming guide, I'm looking for some people to give FREE COPIES to. There will be no advertising or anything, just honest copies to be given out to those who I think will be able to help me improve the guide. These people would be able to review it and give me advice, criticism and feedback etc. regarding the content of the guide so I can improve it. If you want a bit more context about my guide, I will enclose an image link to my guide thread in a spoiler (NOTE: this is only to give context to the readers if they wish, you don't have to look at it if you don't want to). The guide is free? If you fill the criteria and I deem you worthy, you can take a free copy, yes Why are you posting this here? I'm looking for people with some sort of experience in botting, not just trusted people, hence why I am posting this here in the TRiBot botting forum. I'd like to post it here because I know there are people in this forum that have the knowledge in farming that I need in somebody reviewing the guide. What do you want them to do? I want them to review it from a goldfarmers point of view, and tell me where and how I can improve. Every suggestion you give is taken on board and hopefully I will be able to implement. The guide is currently 14,000 words long, and I am always looking to make it larger and give it more information. How can I get a free copy of the guide? Basically, show me that you have some experience and knowledge in goldfarming, and you know how to run one yourself, and practises you've taken. Keep in mind, I won't be giving out a hundred free copies; I am looking for people with a lot of experience, not amateurs. I'm sure some people will be trying to get a copy of it without even having ran a large goldfarm before, hence why I am looking for the people with experience. if you think you fill this criteria, or you have any questions about the guide itself, feel free to add my skype live:rekkke or pm me here.
  19. hi all, ive botted in the past using this a few years back on what is now rs3. ive recently brought a lenovo ideapad 305 that has windows 10 on and for some reason i cant use a bot, the file is downloaded as a zip file, ive extracted is using winrar but there is no launch icon for the bot or nothing like it to run a bot. ive searched for various apps and cant find anything, ive searched other peoples threads and no one has a answer. ive got java installed (latest version) i have no idea what to do can anybody help me please. would be apriciated if you took the time to read my issue thank you, any help welcome.
  20. Tips on making a lasting account Part I This is an effective means of making your accounts last longer and avoiding BotWatch when used in conjunction with Looking Glass and breaks (optional) I have a current project going on in the VIP section where I have managed to attain 94 mining running 24/7 with no breaks after using the tips in this guide. Requirements: An hour or so free time and a Netflix account (optional) Tutorial Island Do tutorial island by hand, BotWatch is very sensitive here and if we've learned anything from the RuneMate scandal, it's that tutorial island scripts are banhammers. If you run a large scale farm that you generally suicide (à la yews or Blast Furnace) obviously this is impractical and can be skipped. Keep your net, axe and pickaxe. Questing (EDIT: 15/12/15 - @Final Calibur's Quester is a viable alternative to hand-questing.) Do Cook's Assistant by hand after completing tutorial island. There's a reason for this which will be revealed in the next step. Note: You can trade yourself the materials on another account but this way your account is more 'clean' and independent looking, not to mention how crucial this initial human activity input is to throwing off bot detection. Instructions: Pick up the pot from the table in Lumbridge castle kitchen, go into the basement and take a bucket. Go to the cow pen and milk a cow for a bucket of milk. Run west to the chicken pen for an egg. Go north-west past the general store and sheep pen to the windmill and pick some grain, go upstairs and and add grain to hopper, pull the lever and go downstairs and use your pot on the grain thing in the middle of the room (I can't remember what the bottom part is called) Optional: As you leave the windmill, go south and start the Sheep Shearer quest by talking to the farmer in his house. Pick up the shears on the table or buy them from the general store. You can use these to do sheep shearer now or later. There's no reason you can't walk back to Lumbridge, passing the sheep pen on the way. Shear 20 sheep and spin the wool into bools of wool on the second level of Lumbridge castle. Take the balls of wool back to the farmer. Quest complete. You're now level 3 crafting. Tip: The chicken and cow pens near the windmill are way less populated and botted than the ones nearer Lumbridge castle. You should consider doing your low-level combat training here instead, or preferably Falador farm on a member's world. Go back to Lumbridge, you can walk or home tele, and give the items to the cook. Quest complete. You can now use the range. Levels Level a few skills by hand after doing tutorial island. You can take your small net and head to Lumbridge swamp, fish shrimp, walk back to Lumbridge and cook them on the range and bank them upstairs. This gives you quick and easy fishing and cooking levels off the bat. By the time you're level 8 fishing and 13 cooking you will have a total level of 50 and 2 Quest Points. You can use the shrimp to train low-level combat or continue as a skiller. I highly recommend getting those combat levels, though. If you're following these steps to make a less suspicious mule, then you can skip combat entirely. Membership I would recommend waiting a few days before becoming a member as to not waste your membership and to make yourself look like a legitimate player discovering RuneScape. (Of course I'm aware returning players will become members on day one and complete Waterfall Quest, etc) but for the purposes of this guide you're a noob. In this time, get some woodcutting and mining levels. There's a mine in Lumbridge. There are some other quests you can do in the meantime too, such as: Doric's Quest (very short) Requirements: If you wish to mine the iron ore, a mining level of 15. Items needed: 6 clay, 4 copper, 2 iron ore and a pickaxe or about 500 coins. I bought the items from the GE or traded them over from another account for my miner. Instructions: Take the items to Doric north of Falador. Reward: 1300 mining XP I would also complete The Knight's Sword by following a video guide on YouTube, as this gets you from 1-29 smithing. Medium length quest, around 10 minutes if I remember correctly. Conclusion: Let me know what you think. I might add to this or do a Part II if there's a demand for it.
  21. Introduction Some people use bots in order to gain a overall advantage, but some people including me use bots in order to make money in real life. This is called goldfarming. Goldfarming consists of botting multiple accounts and then selling the gold made from botting and or selling the botted accounts. If I forget anything in this guide please let me know I will update the guide and cite you as a source. Choosing A Computer When choosing a computer to dedicate to goldfarming it is important to make sure to make your own gaming computer rather than buying a pre made one. This will save you hundreds of dollars. In my personal experience I have a PC that I built myself with the following items. This build can run 30 bots no problem while overclocking it. The important thing to think about when choosing a build is a good motherboard, good RAM, and a good processor. The better these three are the more bots you will be able to run in order to goldfarm. Also if running more than 10 bots you might want to buy multiple monitors in order to keep your farm more organized and manageable. ASRock X79 Extreme6 Motherboard Intel Core i7 3930K G.Skill Ares F3-1600C10Q-32GAO 32GB (4x8GB) DDR3 Silverstone Strider Plus 750W ST75F-P NZXT Phantom USB 3.0 Case White Gigabyte Radeon HD7950 3GB Overclocked Acer V273HL 27in Widescreen LED Monitor x 3 Logitech G400 Optical Gaming Mouse Corsair Vengeance K60 FPS Gaming Keyboard Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 LGA2011 CPU Cooler Total: $2463 + Windows Ultimate Choosing A Bot When choosing a bot to gold farm it is important to find a botting method that not many people know about so your accounts don't get banned. Managing The Farm Managing a goldfarm can be very tedious work. Especially if you plan to run more than 10 accounts. Make sure to check on your bots every few hours to make sure everything is running right. A way you can check this on the go is by downloading Team Viewer and connecting it to your phone so you can manage your bot farm anywhere you go. I Have Gold Now What? Now it's time to transfer all the gold onto a mule account. A account that you do not bot on. This account will keep all the gold until you sell it. You can sell gold from this account whenever you decide to. Finding A Seller When finding a seller to sell your gold/account(s) you need to make sure to find a mod or someone trusted in order to not get scammed so you can actually make a profit from your farm. Be very careful when people ask you to give them the gold/account(s) first. If you ever get scammed make sure to write a appeal on the dispute. My guide to avoid getting banned. https://tribot.org/forums/index.php?/topic/27173-guide-to-a-247-botter/
  22. I will list here free method for hiding/changing your IP, that I use to bot and do other nasty things on internet. What is VPN? Virtual Private Networks create an encrypted ‘tunnel’ between your computer and the host server, with the internet traffic going in and out of the host server. Your ISP or government can only see that you have connected to the VPN server and nothing else – your activities, IP addresses you have visited etc. are all completely hidden from them behind a minimum of 128-bit encryption. Method #1 (Soft Ether + vpngate plugin) 1. Download this software. http://download.vpngate.jp/common/cd.aspx/vpngate-client-2014.09.08-build-9473.130565.zip2. Install it/unzip it and run it. 3. Click on "VPN Gate Public VPN Relay Servers". 4. Find a suitable server for you, if you want a decent speed you want it as close to you as possible. 5. Click "Connect" and Select "TCP" protocole and hit "OK". 6. You now have free VPN connection and your IP is changed. 7. Check your IP: https://www.google.co.uk/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=_nwMVMuUH5KAUJb1gHA&gws_rd=ssl#q=check+my+ipThis is for WINDOWS only at this moment, I will add linux guide soon.
  23. Bottom Line Up Front: Learn how to create a batch file which deletes the corrupt file (hooks.dat) that causes this issue. The Issue at Hand: Every time I attempt to open a new OSRS instance on a particular computer*, the loader seems to freeze while loading the HX.class file (previously the HK.class file). Because of this, I have been unable to load more than one instance of OSRS. Mechanics of the Fix: As it turns out, the hooks.dat file becomes corrupted on my computer* after an instance of OSRS is loaded. Because of this, no new instances will properly load after the initial hooks.dat file has been created (which happens on the initial load). Once this file is deleted, any new instance of OSRS loads properly, thus the problem is solved. Automation of the Fix: Finding the file isn't so hard. For most people the file path will look like this: C:\Users\(enter username here)\AppData\Roaming\.tribot\settings. Hooks.dat lives in the settings folder. I am a proponent of efficiency, so opening the folder and going ALL THE WAY to the file to delete it every time I want to open a new instance of OSRS is aggravating to me. Because of this, I created a Batch File that does it for me. It has two lines of code: cd "C:\Users\(ENTER USERNAME HERE)\AppData\Roaming\.tribot\settings\"del hooks.datYou'd think I go to school for coding with this script, but I assure you, I don't. Here's how to implement the code: put that code into notepad Enter the appropriate username in the spot that says "Enter Username Here" Ensure that the path is correct (make sure it brings you to the folder with the Hooks.dat file) Save the file with a .bat ending instead of .txt (save as type "all files" for this to work properly) place the file in a convenient location to be used whenever a new instance of OSRS is loadedComplete! Thank you for reading my quick-fix. If have have any questions, critiques, compliments, or concerns, I would love to hear them! * = It should be noted that the computer on which the issues occur has particularly high security standards due to the network standards it operates on. My other machine does not have this problem, and it operates on a much more lenient network.
  24. Edit: Can't give out my methods so freely, sorry guys. DELETE THREAD PLZ
  25. Guide: Here is, in my opinion, the easiest way to set up a Linux VPS for botting. It could not be more simple. Step 1) Choose ANY Linux VPS Provider you want. For botting the minimum spec I would recommend is 512MB. Step 2) At some point during the ordering process, you will be asked to choose an operating system. Choose debian7.0_x86_x64 Step 3) Finish ordering, and wait until they send you an email with the Server Details (IP, SSH name and password) Step 4) Download Putty from here, it is a SSH client for Windows. Enter your Server IP and click connect. Now it will open a terminal window that looks like this: Enter the root username and password (From the email the VPS provider should have sent you) Note: Ctrl+V does not paste in Putty, Right-click the mouse to paste instead. Step 5) Now you just have to copy/paste the following commands. sudo apt-get update explanation: this downloads the package lists from the repositories sudo apt-get install openbox tightvncserver obconf iceweasel thunar xterm explanation: this installs the software we need. Openbox is the "window manager" that allow the server to have a "desktop" environment. tightvncserver is what allow us to connect to this desktop remotely, much like RDP or TeamViewer obconf gives us a GUI for configuring some basic desktop settings (color theme, fonts, etc) iceweasel is a browser based on Firefox, this is so we can download the Tribot JAR easier. thunar is a file manager xterm is a terminal emulator Step 6) Now to install Oracle's Java 8. Copy and paste these commands, one line at a time. su -echo "deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu trusty main" | tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/webupd8team-java.listecho "deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu trusty main" | tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/webupd8team-java.listapt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys EEA14886apt-get updateapt-get install oracle-java8-installer Step 7) Now everything we need is installed on the server, Download VNC Viewer for Windows from here. Now go back to the Putty terminal and enter this command: vncserver :7 -geometry 900x700 and it will prompt you to create a password, make sure to choose something secure. explanation: This create a new VNC session on "port" 7. Why 7 and not 1? Because Chinese shitheads scan servers running VNC on port 1 and spam them until they get locked. run on 7 to circumvent the issue. Step 7) Now run the VNC Viewer and enter your <SERVER IP>:7 just like this, and hit connect First time you connect it'll prompt about not being encrypted, just click Continue. Step 8) Now you'll be connected to your server's desktop. it doesn't look like much at first. You can right click to see a menu, with links to Web browser and Terminal emulator. Step 9) Run the Web browser, head to the TriBot website and download the jar. By default the browser doesn't know what program to use for handling files, So when you click "open file location" button you have to tell it what program to use. pick usr/bin/thunar Now it should open up the file manager, double click the TriBot.jar, and it'll start. You should be able to figure it out from here. Bonus Tips: Now you may notice that Openbox doesn't have a Taskbar by default. You can navigate the open windows by pressing ALT + TAB. If you really want a Taskbar though, enter the command sudo apt-get install tint2 then to launch it enter the command tint2 (from the desktop's Terminal emulator, not through Putty). If you want to customize your desktop a bit enter the command obconf (from the desktop's Terminal emulator, not through Putty). You can give your server a domain name, so that you don't have to remember it by it's IP from here https://freedns.afraid.org/subdomain/ It's free, just click add subdomain, choose a domain, and enter your servers IP. Keep it on setting A. After you do this you have to update your DNS or wait like 24h. On windows, open CMD and use the command ipconfig /flushdns
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