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Hey everyone, what a flashback from '07!!!

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Hey everyone, it's as if I traveled back in time almost 10 years and botting is exactly where I left it.  I Played RuneScape '04-'07 until earning/losing a purple partyhat legitimately.  Then got into the botting community by Joining srl-forums on 3/11/07.  I quickly became a Script Developer with many other badges to my record and a post count of almost 1k under the name Rune Hacker.  Unfortunately 90% of my work was never finished or released, but I still have it all saved on my computer.  Then I went on to develop for RSBot, where I created my two most well-known scripts, TenacWillowCutter and TenacGuildMiner, which I hope to bring to TriBot possibly; the work would be incredibly minimal as the platform/libraries are still the same over all this time.

I wasn't even aware Old School Runescape existed until a week or two ago, which shows how out-of-the-loop I have been.  After playing the past week or two, it's a real blast from the past, like being on a private server that other people actually use, with all the partyhats you could ever want.  Too bad, just like private servers, they're not worth anything.  But also, all the effort Jagex put into anti-botting was just lifted as they reverted to an old revision of the game when autoing was at one of it's most prosperous times for developers!


I'm almost done with school to acquire my B.S. in Computer Science.  I'm 25 years old now, and as I'm taking a full 16-unit workload of Junior/Senior level classes, RuneScape and these communities are probably something I will not be able to put much time into like I did in the past.

2007-2010 was a good time for botting and many people were developing similar bots to RSBot.  I have the source code and understood the inner-working of Aryan343, CyBot, KBot2, Reflect0r , NSBot 7.01 (by Nueb35 in January 2009), Pallium, Scion1.0-PreBeta, Seed (mine ^_^), VortexFinal, XBot (early 2009), XshangX (by Oliver), and last but not least, TRiBot Alpha 3.0 from 2010.  And that's not all of them of course, I'm sure many more have existed.  I was also a purchaser of iBot Pro 16.4 (NeXus) back in mid-2007, which had some amazing color-cluster algorithms and multi-bot support.  I loved programming with color-finding, but once injection came out, life was made a lot easier and more reliable.

I was unable to maintain reliable patterns in my updater for client-variable hooks for reflection (very few broke with each update, but enough to be a big inconvenience), so my bot I developed didn't stay around for many in-game updates.  But it was fun designing the GUI with Multi-Tab support, Addons, Script/Acount Managers, and everything else that came with it.  It's almost tempting to modify the applet client code to see if I can get it working again, but I doubt I'm gonna stick with it if I even attempt it.

There is a lot I'm forgetting to say, but feel free to ask away!  It's amazing to see YoHoJo here after almost 10 years from srl-forums (proof of 10 year acquaintanceship HERE lol.  And I'm very impressed with all the work you've put into this website of software TRiLeZ!  The standardized anti-ban and user-collected mouse movements/clicking for your mouse-moving algorithms was very clever!

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37 minutes ago, Encoded said:

/r/cutenoobs
You're 4 years late.

When I typed that, it realized it wasn't true.  I wouldn't know when it was best, packet bots may have been or in RSC, I just meant prior to bot-nuke and many updates that were thrown out to slow developers/botting down.  I did miss out on a lot before starting, no doubt about that, and I did completely abandon the whole scene cold turkey, but I'm happy to see people like  TRiLeZ doing such a good job keeping the same type of bot out when I used/work on them, and some of the same people in this community as in the past!

Here's an old picture I took 10 years ago, and one I took 10 seconds ago...  Oh what a game RuneScape is....

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8 minutes ago, Encoded said:

Bans were pretty much non-existent for the first 9 months or so. Now you have to do a lot of experimenting to figure out what works in avoiding the banhammer.

Oh I thought you meant about botting in '07-'10, not since OSRS came out in '13.  Is it client-detection you're talking about that they implemented, or that accounts used for botting should have some diverse skills leved up and quest points aquired to stay under the radar?  The fact that Jagex have such a smaller team of people working on the game now and less updates being churned out for it, that I would assuming it may be a slightly easier time as a bot developer than RS2.

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2 minutes ago, Tenac said:

Oh I thought you meant about botting in '07-'10, not since OSRS came out in '13.  Is it client-detection you're talking about that they implemented, or that accounts used for botting should have some diverse skills leved up and quest points aquired to stay under the radar?  The fact that Jagex have such a smaller team of people working on the game now and less updates being churned out for it, that I would assuming it may be a slightly easier time as a bot developer than RS2.

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4 hours ago, Tenac said:

Hey everyone, it's as if I traveled back in time almost 10 years and botting is exactly where I left it.  I Played RuneScape '04-'07 until earning/losing a purple partyhat legitimately.  Then got into the botting community by Joining srl-forums on 3/11/07.  I quickly became a Script Developer with many other badges to my record and a post count of almost 1k under the name Rune Hacker.  Unfortunately 90% of my work was never finished or released, but I still have it all saved on my computer.  Then I went on to develop for RSBot, where I created my two most well-known scripts, TenacWillowCutter and TenacGuildMiner, which I hope to bring to TriBot possibly; the work would be incredibly minimal as the platform/libraries are still the same over all this time.

I wasn't even aware Old School Runescape existed until a week or two ago, which shows how out-of-the-loop I have been.  After playing the past week or two, it's a real blast from the past, like being on a private server that other people actually use, with all the partyhats you could ever want.  Too bad, just like private servers, they're not worth anything.  But also, all the effort Jagex put into anti-botting was just lifted as they reverted to an old revision of the game when autoing was at one of it's most prosperous times for developers!


I'm almost done with school to acquire my B.S. in Computer Science.  I'm 25 years old now, and as I'm taking a full 16-unit workload of Junior/Senior level classes, RuneScape and these communities are probably something I will not be able to put much time into like I did in the past.

2007-2010 was a good time for botting and many people were developing similar bots to RSBot.  I have the source code and understood the inner-working of Aryan343, CyBot, KBot2, Reflect0r , NSBot 7.01 (by Nueb35 in January 2009), Pallium, Scion1.0-PreBeta, Seed (mine ^_^), VortexFinal, XBot (early 2009), XshangX (by Oliver), and last but not least, TRiBot Alpha 3.0 from 2010.  And that's not all of them of course, I'm sure many more have existed.  I was also a purchaser of iBot Pro 16.4 (NeXus) back in mid-2007, which had some amazing color-cluster algorithms and multi-bot support.  I loved programming with color-finding, but once injection came out, life was made a lot easier and more reliable.

I was unable to maintain reliable patterns in my updater for client-variable hooks for reflection (very few broke with each update, but enough to be a big inconvenience), so my bot I developed didn't stay around for many in-game updates.  But it was fun designing the GUI with Multi-Tab support, Addons, Script/Acount Managers, and everything else that came with it.  It's almost tempting to modify the applet client code to see if I can get it working again, but I doubt I'm gonna stick with it if I even attempt it.

There is a lot I'm forgetting to say, but feel free to ask away!  It's amazing to see YoHoJo here after almost 10 years from srl-forums (proof of 10 year acquaintanceship HERE lol.  And I'm very impressed with all the work you've put into this website of software TRiLeZ!  The standardized anti-ban and user-collected mouse movements/clicking for your mouse-moving algorithms was very clever!

Welcome back!

 

 

53 minutes ago, HaydenTaylor said:

We say banhammer hits hard, but i see many lvl 20's with 99 smithing at blast furnace.. Welcome to tribot sir!

3 weeks ago my whole BF farm got banned. Every last one. Over 1b profit / 100M xp gained. And your right, I see this one account with q's and w's that has over 35M xp. deff a bot. But they have really put their foot down on BF bots sadly.

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