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Einstein's Fisher ² - Probably the best Fisher on TRiBot

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1 hour ago, yellowcrayon said:

Found it stuck barb fishing on "dismissing Random event" was right clicking an empty square over and over. Is jagex sending invisible randoms to suspected botters? why dismiss randoms at all as a normal player afking fishing I almost never dismiss my randoms 

Thanks for the report.

 

23 minutes ago, z10n said:

Any plans for a lifetime option? I'd happily pay $40 for a lifetime sub of Fishing and Woodcutter!

Lifetime auths have been removed from TRiBot. Feel free to purchase monthly packages as needed. 

Thanks for using my software! :blush:

 

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ey Einstein I'd like to learn some modern scripting resources, I'm interesting in creating the next generation of Antiban. Similar to you Einstein and WastedBros ABCLV3. I'd like to help make macroing undetectable. Do you have any open source scripts I can learn from? I like your code quality the most. thanks.

 

My goal is to bot tutorial island, fresh level 3 f2p straight to 99 wc.

I know its possible. The question is HOW?

1. Looking Glass,

2. My own Human Mouse Data

3. I think Script Logic can be detected over time.

4. WebWalking is pretty consistant for bots, and pretty random for humans.

TriBot Webwalking is very predictable, it clicks, then predicts, which is efficient, but humans are more random, humans will click on the screen to walk sometimes, and click different times on the mini map. The Curret web walker is to predictable and efficieint IMO. IMO the webwalkerusing the most efficient path by default leads to lots of bots using the default most efficient paths creating a pattern.

 

My goal is to be able to bot for 1000 hours straight without getting banned. I know 100% its possible, we just have to perfectly emulate a human.

 

I think the competitor botsite RiD is making the best advances in this area.

 

For a mass market bot like Tribot I think a couple things are necessary

 

Every user needs to record their own HUman Mouse data.

WebWalking needs to be more randomized.

Script Logic can be detected over time, Even with ABCL10 V2 V3 etc the script still performs the same functions and the consistant script logic over time is detectable.

 

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11 hours ago, z10n said:

ey Einstein I'd like to learn some modern scripting resources, I'm interesting in creating the next generation of Antiban. Similar to you Einstein and WastedBros ABCLV3. I'd like to help make macroing undetectable. Do you have any open source scripts I can learn from? I like your code quality the most. thanks.

I appreciate your interest. :)

My scripter application has some open source scripts. They have been written a long time ago, and their quality is not the best, but they do make use of TRiBot's ABC2 anti-ban, if you want to learn how to implement it. 

 

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7 hours ago, BibleBlackIsOP said:
  • [18:45:50] Attempting to connect to the Grand Exchange API, to get fish price...

I am getting the above message while the GUI shows up as completely blank/white.

Doesn't the script start?

What OS are you using?

 

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2 hours ago, BibleBlackIsOP said:

It starts, but it doesn't allow me to input anything into the GUI to get the bot running.
 

Please provide me with both debugs. Thanks.

 

1 hour ago, bobleeswagger265 said:

update broke fly fishing, might of broken other things too.

What exactly is not working?

 

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