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[Updated][Critical Announcement] Client Detection

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So how long would this have been effecting people, because i joined TRI-BOT around 2 weeks ago and none of my accounts lasted longer than 3 days, even the legit ones, so this would have been the reason to my accounts being banned ever since i have joined?

Around the past month. Yes.

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Hello community,

 

Update: The detection patch has been released! TRiBot is once again safe to use, so feel free to continue botting.

 

After some investigation into the RS client, I have noticed a new piece of code in the RS client which could potentially flag users of 3rd party clients as botters. So I did some more investigation/testing and found that Jagex does use this piece of code to ban accounts. I am 100% confident that this new detection method has led to the increase in bans. Further, all botting clients which have not already patched this detection method are affected. So please be cautious when using other botting clients, because if they haven't patched this detection method, you will be banned.

 

But do not let this worry you about the future of botting. I am working diligently on a patch for this detection method, which should be released within the next few days.

 

I advise everyone to stop using non-LG TRiBot until I release the patch, unless you don't care about your account. Once again, I also advise everyone to be cautious when using other botting clients, for the reason stated above.

 

Due to the nature of Looking Glass (LG) and the nature of the detection, this detection method has limited to no effect on botters using LG. I haven't had any accounts get banned solely from using LG, but for the same reasons this detection method is capable of getting legit players banned, I am going to say that this detection method has a limited effect.

 

This isn't the only [possible] detection method in the client. I usually silently release a patch for detection methods so that it takes Jagex some time to release that we know of the detection method. But since I am 100% confident this detection method leads to bans, and that many people have been hit by this, I am writing this to inform everyone on the situation.

 

I'll keep everyone updated on the status of this patch.

 

Thanks,

TRiBot Staff

 

Can i ask what is LG and how to use it?

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How confident are you that this new patch will stop people getting banned?

 

I am 100% confident this patch will evade the client detection. But Jagex still has BotWatch, which analyses the behavior of players, which can still lead to bans. This is why we have Anti-Ban Compliance (ABC) and character profiles, to evade BotWatch.

 

I'm almost done developing ABC version 2, which uses real human data that we've collected to determine what human-like behavior actually is, and to simulate it.

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I am 100% confident this patch will evade the client detection. But Jagex still has BotWatch, which analyses the behavior of players, which can still lead to bans. This is why we have Anti-Ban Compliance (ABC) and character profiles, to evade BotWatch.

 

I'm almost done developing ABC version 2, which uses real human data that we've collected to determine what human-like behavior actually is, and to simulate it.

 

Do you have an ETA on ABC2? Ballpark, anything.

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I am 100% confident this patch will evade the client detection. But Jagex still has BotWatch, which analyses the behavior of players, which can still lead to bans. This is why we have Anti-Ban Compliance (ABC) and character profiles, to evade BotWatch.

 

I'm almost done developing ABC version 2, which uses real human data that we've collected to determine what human-like behavior actually is, and to simulate it.

so there is no need to use LG right now ?

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Do you have an ETA on ABC2? Ballpark, anything.

Late December or January.

 

so there is no need to use LG right now ?

The point of LG is to avoid future client detection. It's not necessary to run LG right now, but what if Jagex implements more client detection in their next update? It might take me a few days to notice it and patch it. If you just run LG, you won't have to worry.

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@TRiLeZ I've notice some things which I personally believe to actually ADD to getting caught and I was wondering if these are things you're addressing with ABC2:

 

When depositing, even for unique items in your inventory (say, you have one and only one whip in your inventory after an abby demons task), it will right click and deposit all, rather than simply left clicking the item.

 

When checking skills, it will at times check skills that have not been leveled at all (0/83XP).

 

Also, if you're taking suggestions:

 

Humans get distracted. Sometimes totally switch focus. I know I do, with ADHD. Perhaps a randomized idle timer might lessen ban rates?

 

This isn't related to ABC, but rather the break timer. Excluding situations where your character can be attacked, I don't know many people who take breaks from runescape by clicking log out immediately when the idea pops in to their head. Most just leave their computer and let the afk timer do its work.

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@TRiLeZ I've notice some things which I personally believe to actually ADD to getting caught and I was wondering if these are things you're addressing with ABC2:

 

When depositing, even for unique items in your inventory (say, you have one and only one whip in your inventory after an abby demons task), it will right click and deposit all, rather than simply left clicking the item.

 

When checking skills, it will at times check skills that have not been leveled at all (0/83XP).

 

Also, if you're taking suggestions:

 

Humans get distracted. Sometimes totally switch focus. I know I do, with ADHD. Perhaps a randomized idle timer might lessen ban rates?

 

This isn't related to ABC, but rather the break timer. Excluding situations where your character can be attacked, I don't know many people who take breaks from runescape by clicking log out immediately when the idea pops in to their head. Most just leave their computer and let the afk timer do its work.

Yeah, i think some of the anti-ban that is implemented should be looked over. Like for example, 2 scripts I've used so far: Runecrafter and fletcher. The fletcher actually moves bank booths when it could just stay where it is and for the runecrafter it changes booths mid process while refilling pouches and such. I've asked both scripters but both have said this it's part of the ABC. Also, i've seen that it checks quest/music tab alot but it never does anything? I personally bot with my game sounds ON and my PC sounds off but even still, if a person is botting with their game sounds off and the anti-ban checks the music tab without doing anything, would that raise more suspicion? Just what i've noticed, keen to see what the future updates hold :)

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Hey guys, guess what...

 

changed my IP today because I was banned on my account, I also made a brand new account on this ip. I then turned on the Acequester to do the tutorial for me and was banned within 4 minutes... client detection seems like it still may be a problem. I may have to change my ip again and upgrade so i can use looking glass.

 

Be safe boyz

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Hey guys, guess what...

 

changed my IP today because I was banned on my account, I also made a brand new account on this ip. I then turned on the Acequester to do the tutorial for me and was banned within 4 minutes... client detection seems like it still may be a problem. I may have to change my ip again and upgrade so i can use looking glass.

 

Be safe boyz

 

tutorial island botting is instaban @tree_ervin

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Hey guys, guess what...

 

changed my IP today because I was banned on my account, I also made a brand new account on this ip. I then turned on the Acequester to do the tutorial for me and was banned within 4 minutes... client detection seems like it still may be a problem. I may have to change my ip again and upgrade so i can use looking glass.

 

Be safe boyz

 

Scripts which complete tutorial island for you are typically very easy to detect. This isn't client detection.

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@TRiLeZ

Hello, 

 

If you use different proxies for all your accounts - Is there any way for Jagex to match them together?

(E.g. Computer name & MAC-Address)

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is anyone else having problems with looking glass?

 

Whenever I try to use it, it just loads a black screen.

Delete general.ini.

 

Which one to believe?? http://prntscr.com/98flxg 

@TRiLeZ

Thomas will eventually find their detection method. If he doesn't, TopBot users will just continue to experience a very high ban rate.

 

I got banned very badly everyday last week , is the bot updated now ? good to go ?

Yes, it has been updated. It's good to go.

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