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What should I delete after ban? [random.dat + jagex_cl_oldschool_LIVE.dat]

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Deleting random.dat + jagex_cl_oldschool_LIVE.dat files after your account was banned is a good way to lessen the chance of other bans when using the same machine (PC/VPS/whatever) + multiple accounts.

In Windows, you can find them here: C:\Users\[Your computer account name]

Also, I'd like to ask more experienced botters if deleting the whole 'jagexcache' folder found in that same folder is of any help or pointless.

Thank you!

Q

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I've found that deleting any of the cache files are completely unnecessary.

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5 minutes ago, FALSkills said:

I've found that deleting any of the cache files are completely unnecessary.

^ This. This is purely superstition. Instead, look at what you did on your account and try to change it up. The only proven way to reduce bans is to continuously use trial and error on your botting practices.

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Unless someone has deobfuscated files in those folders, we will never know exactly what data is stored there. I don't think there is any harm in deleting them though, since they will be re-generated when you run runescape again. What you should do however is change your IP address and not buy membership with the same paypal email address if that is your method of payment.

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We don't know if there is harm or not - Jagex is equally capable of detecting if a user doesn't have a cache, as they are at detecting if they do. No valid conclusion may be made.

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3 hours ago, FALSkills said:

I've found that deleting any of the cache files are completely unnecessary.

I agree. and yes @justpixels it is a superstition but i never knew about it for the longest time and it never effected me. The point is what you said... trial and error.

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