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Wastedbro last won the day on July 15

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  1. I don't bot much anymore, but when I did, yes. The current account I use as a "main" has been used and botted on the same IP as over 30+ banned accounts and it's still alive. I've had other mains in the past with similar results. I wouldn't recommend proxies unless you already have a successful small farm and want to expand to 20+ accounts. Either that or maybe if you're deathly paranoid that your main might be chain banned.
  2. Using a proxy may prevent Jagex from being able to determine that you are the owner of multiple accounts, which in theory, may prevent a situation where Jagex bans your other accounts due to a ban on one (referred to as a chain ban). I've personally never seen this happen, though.
  3. Here are a few fun facts about IP addresses: IPv4 addresses have been completely exhausted for over 6 years. It's not even possible to obtain a proxy IP which hasn't been used. Most people's IP address changes every once in a while due to dynamic IP. Most proxies can be easily identified as proxies. Here is an example of a service that identifies proxies: https://www.ipqualityscore.com/free-ip-lookup-proxy-vpn-test 99% of legitimate OSRS players do not play on proxies or VPNs From these facts, if Jagex determines your account is connecting via a proxy, and that it's your only connected IP address, then logically they can deduce with certainty that your account has a 99% chance of being a bot.
  4. The port you're pointing Tribot to is what tribot connects to. Tribot will not open the port nor have anything that will respond to requests on that port. It's kind of the opposite. You are supposed to provide the server. The client will connect to it and accept commands from your server. The "server" in this context being simply being something that accepts a websocket connection. You can run it locally.
  5. I don't have an iOS device, and there are a few components that are written specifically with the Android NDK. iOS is really just not a priority.
  6. Not looking for testers right now, sorry.
  7. Yes, or an emulator running.
  8. Yes, that is correct.
  9. With Trilez's announcement today, we are restructuring our efforts on future TRibot projects. What this means for mobile is that it will be merged into our main new product (Tribot X). Unfortunately, this means that it won't be suitable as a standalone and cannot be released in beta until it's integrated with TRibot X. I promise you that the project still lives.
  10. Wastedbro

    Fucking joke.

    Have you tried logging in with your email instead of your username?
  11. I haven't made any changes recently. It's probably something that happens given an uncommen set of conditions when it goes to burn logs. I'll take a look shortly.
  12. No updates on a release yet. There are some big changes we're making to the client that I can't speak about right now, as well as some UI changes to make the client feel a lot smoother. Once those are done, I need to make sure we have scripts for release. Currently we're trying to balance our time between this and Tribot X, so I apologize if it seems progress is slowing.
  13. @NathanK25 I appreciate the criticisms that you feel are better than my several years of research. Thank you for your limited interest in the script. Have a good day!
  14. I think you're making some erroneous assumptions about bans. Also, your third point is really ironic, because only bots wait to stop moving before clicking.
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