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henry432

Looking glass?

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I've heard "looking glass" mentioned a few times on the forums. All I know about it is that it's a premium vip feature. I was wondering what it does. Thanks

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basically, it hooks onto a browser client or downloaded client (like osbuddy) and bots on the client instead of a different client.

the banrates on this client are much, much lower from what we can see from the progress reports etc

this seems to suggest that the botting client is detectable, even though it has said to be undetectable. 

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basically, it hooks onto a browser client or downloaded client (like osbuddy) and bots on the client instead of a different client.

the banrates on this client are much, much lower from what we can see from the progress reports etc

this seems to suggest that the botting client is detectable, even though it has said to be undetectable. 

You do know that when you use a web browsers it will tell who ever has the program to detect it. Example you are using chrome. or Firefox, IE... Now if you use your own web browser like swift kits it will come up as unknown that's what it does for botting clients.... 

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You do know that when you use a web browsers it will tell who ever has the program to detect it. Example you are using chrome. or Firefox, IE... Now if you use your own web browser like swift kits it will come up as unknown that's what it does for botting clients.... 

They check for bytecode changes in the client too probably.

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