I've recently been banned on 7 accounts due to me running 10 on the same IP address and i need to know if it is possible to use socks 5 proxies on 10 accounts or more spread out on different IP's on the same computer?
I have been doing some research recently and speculating on the ways Jagex trace devices and networks that players play on.
Firstly, we know that your global IP address can be seen easily outside your local network.
Now to my main questions:
1. I read many threads on this forum and people suggest using proxies for multiple account botting. So if I wanted to bot on 25 different accounts and had set 25 different proxies for every single one of them, that would result in me botting on 25 different clients with unique IP addresses. Nevertheless, people who do this don't get chain-banned frequently and I have no idea why as Jagex can clearly see that you are running those clients from the same device.
2. Lastly, if I were to setup 5 virtual machines and run 5 clients through 5 proxies on each VM, would that be seen by Jagex as 5 different devices running 5 clients each through proxies (so each client would have a different IP but they would still be able to see every 5 clients originating from the same device)?
Any input and suggestions are really appreciated!
Here are two hong kong ip addresses
So the two ip addresses are the same except for the two ending digits one is 55 and the other 12.
So if my RS acc got banned on 55 and i start using the 12, will my rs acc on the 12 get banned? Will jagex be able to do a chain ban, like are they able to relate the first ip to the second ip im using?
I have been banned before on my home IP address and currently I am still botting a few accounts on this same IP address. If all my accounts reach a certain goal I would invest in making them all member since they are f2p right now and I would like to use premium proxies. The only thing that bothers me right now is.
Do premium proxies work if I botted on a flagged IP before? or will Jagex just look at previous IPs I guess that no1 really knows the answer but does anyone ever experienced something similar like this before?
Hello! I'm new to the runescape. I just started to play the oldschool version and I need free or premium scripts that actually allow just be in the game to have maximum time played. I think they should have some rest option or something to logout automatically and then login. I tried to use free woodcutter and fishing scripts, but my accounts always get banned. It would be very nice of you if u advise me some scripts. Thanks in advance!
I previously asked a question as to what I'm doing wrong.
My bots went from extremely successful one minute to banned right after tutorial island. Is Jagex Cache really ONLY where they store files?
AFAIK the cache is located under the user in your SSD/HDD named as 3 files: jagexcache, random.dat (for multilogging accounts), as well as one more file.
What else could be the issue? I've realistically ran enough bots to be flagged for a mass-gold farm, but am now facing resetting EVERYTHING just to get off their hit-list.
Are there any programmers here that actually know how to 'reset' your system without actually reinstalling everything?
(Yes, I have ran VMs, yes, I've reset my IP every day, and as far as I know VPNs don't matter in the slightest unless you don't have control over your IP (like on a public network).
It's definitely not fun logging in and finding out you've just lost 400+mill in a single ban sweep, but I'm trying to use this as a learning experience.
I wish to not sound redundant or repeat myself, but people keep recommending virtual machines or VPNs, the only thing that's thus far worked for me is a hard reset of everything.
There has to be a more efficient way.
I understand business is business and everyone wants their cut of the market and it might not even be financially beneficial for them to provide legitimate assistance in this matter, but as a paying member and fan of the TriBot community, this issue is beyond me at this moment and I need a savior. Thank you all.
Yes, I've read many guides on how to safely bot. They don't say what to do after Jagex has you flagged.
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Fix updater bug which was causing a bunch of issues
TRiBot will no longer require manual hook fixes every time the RS client updates - the updater has been fully patched for objects
Hooked login fields
Improved the login bot
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More 3rd party libraries for script writers to use
Apache Commons Codec
Apache Commons Collections
Apache Commons Configuration
Apache Commons IO
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Hint arrow API
Fix player hooks including Player#getSkullIcon and Prayer#getPrayerIcon
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Fix broken hooks
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Fix bug relating to which bot tab is sent human input
General#randomLong bug fix involving negative numbers
Fix GE API
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