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osrs1337x1

Proxy Getting Me Banned

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Hey guys,

I'm pretty new here but have been writing my first script, which I've just finished. First few days of development I was just using 'new client' within TriBot, and accounts were getting banned left, right, and centre. I quickly learned of the "Looking Glass" feature, and have been using it to 'hook' onto an OSBuddy client. Since then I've had no issues with my test/development accounts getting banned, and the three I've been using to gather NPC values, positions, debug scripts etc have not been banned or locked out at all.

Since finishing the script today, I followed pretty much every guide available and did the following in order:

  • Bought new SOCKS5 private proxies (got 3)
  • Installed Maxthon browser
  • Configured Maxthon to use proxy (and verified IP had changed successfully)
  • Created new RS account through proxied Maxthon browser
  • Launched OSBot and immediately minimized (as per normal)
  • Launched TriBot launcher, and launched TriBot with my new proxy selected
  • Clicked "New Looking Glass"
  • Right clicked on looking glass tab and hit "Set Proxy" and changed to my proxy (unsure if this is needed given step 6)
  • Completed tutorial island manually
  • Started my script

I subsequently got a "We think someone stole your account" within about 15 minutes.  Followed by a "Your account is disabled" (perma banned).

I thought I must have missed something, so I very cautiously did it all again with a new account on a separate proxy. Again, within 30mins I'm perma banned.

 

What am I doing wrong?  Why am I not getting banned on my accounts that aren't using the proxies, but as soon as I use a proxy, I get banned?

If anyone can shed some light on this I'd very much appreciate it, because at this point it looks safer (and cheaper) to just bot on a non-proxied IP.

- r

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13 hours ago, adamhackz said:

if you complete tutorial island on a datacenter proxy you will get banned 999/1000 times

I don't understand. So all the guides on this site are completely wrong? And the recommended private proxy providers are wrong?

Is the only way to not get instabanned to buy a VPS per account or two?  And even if you do, how is the private IP on a VPS any different to a private SOCKS proxy? The only difference I can see is that there could be flaws in how TriBot handles the proxy, causing accidentally connections from your real IP, being an obvious flag.

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14 minutes ago, osrs1337x1 said:

I don't understand. So all the guides on this site are completely wrong? And the recommended private proxy providers are wrong?

Is the only way to not get instabanned to buy a VPS per account or two?  And even if you do, how is the private IP on a VPS any different to a private SOCKS proxy? The only difference I can see is that there could be flaws in how TriBot handles the proxy, causing accidentally connections from your real IP, being an obvious flag.

Residential proxies are the way to go. More expensive but higher quality/far less likely to be flagged

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2 hours ago, osrs1337x1 said:

I don't understand. So all the guides on this site are completely wrong? And the recommended private proxy providers are wrong?

Is the only way to not get instabanned to buy a VPS per account or two?  And even if you do, how is the private IP on a VPS any different to a private SOCKS proxy? The only difference I can see is that there could be flaws in how TriBot handles the proxy, causing accidentally connections from your real IP, being an obvious flag.

No, you still use a proxy to bot, but completing tutorial island on a proxy even if its by hand tells jagex ur a bot.

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2 hours ago, adamhackz said:

No, you still use a proxy to bot, but completing tutorial island on a proxy even if its by hand tells jagex ur a bot.

That doesn't make sense.

Doing tutorial island on your home IP, then changing to a proxied IP afterwards is a way higher flag than being on the single proxied IP the whole time...

Am I missing something?

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