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Hi there, its my first post on the forum as I normally get all my answers by searching but after a few days I cant seem to get a solution to my problem, ive seen some people have the same problem as me but none have had a reply. Here goes:

 

I would like to use socks5 proxies to bot on with tribot, the tribot feature works fine and all to run the proxy but where it gets touchy is for the character creation. I need to have the same IP used to create the account that the one ill use on tribot. Here is what I tried:

-Running RS3 in tribot with the proxy and creating the account in tribot directly. The account got locked after about 5 seconds (I did try this about 5 times with different private proxies)

-Running maxthon browser to create my RS account with the socks5 proxy feature enabled. I had the same results as the previous method, after a bit of internet surfing I found out that it was probably because the IP was hidden in the browser but not while using java (which RS uses).

So I had the idea to hide the IP from specific programs or even all programs instead of only the browser.

-Running proxycap, the software is made to use some kinds of proxies such as socks5 proxies and to hide your original IP for specific programs. Ive set it to all programs to be sure it would affect java, sadly this did not work too.

 

The accounts end up being locked not for botting reasons but for security mesures as they are used on different IPs.

 

My question is: How do you guys create your rs accounts and then bot on tribot using a socks5 proxy.

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I don't see why you would want to create an account on a Proxy anyway. If they are going to ban you, they are going to do it...

@MrFlyyy Cause you wont have your whole goldfarm banned. If you create all your accounts on one IP they might be chain banned.

 

 

I have a socks5 proxy with user and pass authentication and I can't for the life of me figure out how to browser the web (I.E. create an account) while using the proxy. I have tried foxy proxy and maxthon (but about:config doesn't work on maxthon). Any ideas?

 
@qwerty123451 I've used maxthon for this. I can help you on teamviewer if you like with setting up. PM me.
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Bought a VPS off my bottingvps.com and had the same problem. Its a problem with the IP address. So in your case you need to get a different proxy. Just submit a ticket or email them and tell them your problem and ask for a new IP and it should work! Also make sure you have selected the proxy that you entered in maxthon browser. Try creating a new email and new runescape account within the browser with the proxy enabled and see if it works first. If not do what i first said. hope you get if fixed :)

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