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[GUIDE] How to Create Runescape Bot Accounts through a Proxy [Windows & Mac OS]

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How to Create & Register Runescape Bot Accounts through a Proxy

Most experienced botters know about the benefits of proxies for Runescape botting, and how they help avoid chain bans. However, an often overlooked step by new botters is making sure to create their accounts through proxies.

This guide will cover how to properly create & register your Runescape account though a proxy.

Why This is Important

If you only use proxies through your bot client, but not for account registration on the website, all of your accounts could still be linked to your home IP address. An important rule to remember is to use proxies from account registration to ban.

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How to Create Runescape Accounts through a Proxy on Windows

1. Download Maxthon Browser

Maxthon Browser provides great SOCKS proxy support. You can download Maxthon Browser here.

2. Open Maxthon Settings

Once installed, open up the Maxthon proxy settings by navigating to: Menu > Settings > Advanced > Proxy Settings > Use Custom Proxy Settings

Maxthon Settings - RSBotSpot

Maxthon Settings


Maxthon Proxy Settings - RSBotSpot

Maxthon Settings

3. Enter your Proxy Information

Here, you can enter your proxy settings, and you’re good to go!

Maxthon Add Proxy - RSBotSpot

Maxthon Add Proxy

How to Create Runescape Accounts through a Proxy on Mac OS

Note: This method applies the proxy to your entire system.

1. Open System Preferences

Press Command(⌘) + Spacebar, type ‘System Preferences’, press enter.


Opening System Preferences

2. Open Network Proxy Settings

Type ‘Proxy’, press enter.


Mac System Preferences

3. Enter Proxy Information

Select ‘SOCKS Proxy’ and enter your proxy settings. Click OK, then Apply.


Mac Proxy Settings

How to Confirm You’re on a Proxy

Simply Google: What’s my ip to check your IP address. Google should display your proxy IP address, and not your home IP address.
To check your home IP, you can Google: What’s my ip on a regular browser without a proxy applied.

What’s next

Congratulations, you did it! Now you can safely register your accounts through a proxy before botting. Make sure to check out our other guides: All About Proxies for Runescape Botting and How to use Proxies with TRiBot for more information!

Our Favorite Runescape Botting Proxy Providers

We've tested and had great results with Runescape botting proxies from:

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Hey guys,

so this is my very first time ever writing in a forum sort of thing. I have those questions, I seriously can't find anywhere even after many hours and days of researching about all this stuff. Actively asking in a forum for the first time in my life, this should explain my desperation lol

So basically:

How to do setup a proxy for your entire system in windows?

Is it even necessary to do a proxy for the entire system? Cause I've only read it on this guide here, nowhere else. My point is that you create the OSRS accs through a proxy via maxthon browser. After that you only login through your proxy via tribot client. So why do I need a proxy for the entire system then?

And even more important: Does it always need to be the same proxy on my system as it is on the maxthon browser when creating the acc?

To me, that seems to be the only logical way. But then, when you open all those bots in tribot via different proxies, you can not have your system run on all those proxies at the same time right? I mean, that would destroy the entire logic behind all that (separating IP's from each other)

1) So why do you need that system proxy? 2) How do you set it up on windows? 3) And do I need to always change that proxy on osrs acc creation? 4) Do you need system proxy after osrs acc creation?



How do you proceed practically when one acc gets banned? 5) Do you need to cancel your proxy-subscription and buy a new one?
And a little bit offtopic: 6) Do you need to buy new VIP extended? 7) Do you need to buy new scripts or can they be used for as many accs as you want, as long as it's not at the same time?


I thank everyone answering this to me or helping me get an answer so much.

Loot a nice day.

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