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Does Jagex flag your MAC IP address or Public IP address?

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Hey all. Lately I've been having a lot of trouble botting without getting caught. I feel that my IP address has been flagged by Jagex. I know how to change my PUBLIC IP address (the one you get when you google "what's my ip") but I don't know whether Jagex flags that or something called a MAC address (idk what the fuck that is). Anyways I'm up to try any suggestions. Oh and one more thing, when I go to a "whatsmyip" website off google it also tells me where I am as in city and state and country. Do you think regardless Jagex will always know its the same dude botting even if I change my public IP? Alright thanks people

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Hey all. Lately I've been having a lot of trouble botting without getting caught. I feel that my IP address has been flagged by Jagex. I know how to change my PUBLIC IP address (the one you get when you google "what's my ip") but I don't know whether Jagex flags that or something called a MAC address (idk what the fuck that is). Anyways I'm up to try any suggestions. Oh and one more thing, when I go to a "whatsmyip" website off google it also tells me where I am as in city and state and country. Do you think regardless Jagex will always know its the same dude botting even if I change my public IP? Alright thanks people

If you wish to change your mac Address, Download a program called SMAC, Will allow you to basically Clone your mac Address, However it is recommended you do not do this more than once, So make sure you do it properly, And dont change the MAC to weird shit, Just note your original Mac address and change say 1 number, Or 1 letter, Its completely different.

SMAC is an easy to use program, And im sure you can find some guide on how to use it.

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A MAC address is a unique number assigned to your NIC (Network Interface Card, the part of your computer that handles the internet over wifi or cable).

Jagex can only see your PUBLIC IP address, your internal IP address (assigned by the router, probably starting with 192.168.x.x) and your MAC address is not revealed to Jagex and therefor they can not blacklist it.

UNLESS they find and broadcast your MAC in the game client but I'm pretty confident that they don't do this. (We would know if they did).

There's no reason to spoof your mac.

Edited by Mercatres

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Hasnt anyone been fired by jagex? or used to work there? theres gotta be sombody..some one whos willing to come to the dark side.

 

Never going to happen, use your head.

If such a person exists, they would be making bank behind the scenes, no way in hell would someone with even a breath of logic share trade secrets and real credible methods on a public botting forum.

 

To OP - this thread is also pointless, sorry but it honestly is, no one knows for sure and it's up to you to find out if you believe that this theory could hold some truth. You can make a 50 page thread discussing theories, how certain things work ect. But the only person who can know for sure, or at least as close as can be without being Jagex, is yourself through experiment and trial and error.

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To OP - this thread is also pointless, sorry but it honestly is, no one knows for sure and it's up to you to find out if you believe that this theory could hold some truth. You can make a 50 page thread discussing theories, how certain things work ect. But the only person who can know for sure, or at least as close as can be without being Jagex, is yourself through experiment and trial and error.

Thats not true, its perfectly possible to check this.

Some people most likely know. TRilez might know this.

Edited by Mercatres

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I'm not quite sure I understand. Did you just claim it's possible to know whether Jagex flags our MAC address or our IP address?

Yes.

There's only 2 ways for Jagex to get your MAC:

1. You're connected to a jagex wifi hotspot.

-> Not likely

2. They added specific code to the game client which takes note of the MAC and sends it to jagex.

-> Many people (including trilez) have deep knowledge of the client and would know if this where the case.

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The question is whether or not Jagex flags your MAC/IP address, not whether they can view your MAC/IP address.

 

We already know they track IP's, so we use proxies.

If we are able to know whether Jagex tracks your MAC address, I would bet that we would have known so a loooooong time ago so we could take measures to divert that as we do for our IP. If we actually are able to confirm that our MAC's are tracked, and we have yet to be warned/informed, I would be utterly baffled that we have not discovered so earlier with the collective amount of time spent picking the code apart.

 

Regardless of whether we're capable of knowing if it's possible, no one is capable of knowing what Jagex flags, besides Jagex. 

Edited by chrismoon

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Honestly in my knowledge, I have NEVER been IP banned even though pre-EOC I had over 25 accounts traning combat in the basic places and I watched over them when I could and I saw people say "Man ******* you're on every world when I come here" when I had multiple accounts with the same names. I still haven't been IP banned across. Only single accounts have been banned for using some scripts/bots that were kinda stupid to use and unwatched. I highly doubt they really do look that far into it. They mainly rely on bot busting events and player reports. This is all in my opinion.

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