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For us ignorant people, can you explain why I would want to use the proxy support and how I would go about doing such?

To avoid chain bans.

If each account you use is on a seperate IP (assuming Jagex doesn't use the Jagex Cahce folder and random.dat file to link accounts) then when you get any bans, only 1 account will be effected, and you won't get any mass/chain bans.

 

Or if you just bot 1 account, you could use a proxy on it to separate it from any links with your main account.

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For us ignorant people, can you explain why I would want to use the proxy support and how I would go about doing such?

Because if lets say you have a computer that can run a lot of bots. But you don't want to run all those bots on the same IP, you can now run the client through a proxy which will hide your IP with the new one. 

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how much extra is it?

 

Normal VIP is 6.50$ USD and Extended is 8$ USD 

 

does extended come with a vpn or so you have to get one on your own?

 

In the topic it shows a link to hidemyass, theres a list of proxies there you can use.

 

HOW DO I GET EXTENDED???? ROOOOOARRRRRRRR

 

Buy from https://tribot.org/purchase-vip-extended/

 

What do I need to do to keep botting :(

 

Where is the actual DL link ?

 

https://tribot.org/download.php Download the latest version of TRiBot. 

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Great to see proxy support added and developers listening to user suggestions, another useful feature making the VIP extended worthwhile. Good work guy Tri and team!

 

Something everyone should be aware of is you will need to find your own proxy ip's for this to function correctly.

 

Is there any way of finding which proxies will work/not work. Or should all socks 4/5 proxies work? Its only been out 1 day but someone will make a guide soon.

Edit: http://www.socks-proxy.net/ is a site I have found from a quick bit of googling although not had a proper chance at getting it working.

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Wont this result in a ton of people running off the same proxies and getting those proxy IPs flagged aswell like for example Hotspotshield IPs?

 

Yes if we all begin running to the same free IP's however you will find that those websites will cycle their IP's over time.

 

The best course of action to take however would be buy access to some proxies. After googling around I have found a few sites offering paid access for blocks of 10I.P's up to unlimited packages. There is also a popular Blackhat forum which I wont name but they have an entire section of their forum dedicated to sellers of Socks Proxies and may be able to find a deal in there.

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