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by Dreaming 


The Tribot Guide Series #1


Even though most of you probably know these tactics, some of you don't. This is going to be an in depth guide about how to keep your Runescape account safe, and I will go over pretty much every technique of how your account can be compromised, and how to prevent it.

How to protect your account:

1. Register a damn email:


If someone gets on your account and you have not registered an email, it's pretty much game over. Once their email is linked to your account, chances of getting the account back are slim to none. Having your email also strongly boosts your chances of recovering your account in the event that it is compromised.

This is my most important point. Most people fail to understand the importance of one of these bad boys, and see them more as a burden. Bank pins will save your life though, take my word for it. Unless your hacker has you ratted and have a pin logger on you, they won't be getting into your bank.
3. Deposit items before logging out:


I know it may sound a bit paranoid, but if you have the slightest suspicion that someone may have your info I would recommend banking all items of value before logging out, so that they're safe and sound. This is assuming that you followed step 2, and you have a bank pin.
Those are just the basics of how to ensure safety in the event that someone does have your information. In the next section I'll go over how to ensure that you're 100% safe, and no one ever gets your information to begin with. 


How to decrease the risk of getting hacked:

1. Phishing:
Probably Runescape's biggest plague right now is phishing. Don't get caught in the trap! I don't care how similar the URL looks to an actual Runescape URL. 99% of the time, a link in a YouTube video description is a phishing link. Always look at the URL, and make sure you have the green secure box. If that isn't there you're probably being phished. In Runescape, you'll see a lot of people spamming "free 1m to join a clan, look up "video" on YouTube". Don't even do that, it's just a phishing scam. Also, the most complex one to identify is an email phishing scam. In these cases, an email can contain a link that is identical to the Runescape URL. Upon clicking the link, you may notice the URL displayed is not the same URL that you saw in your email. This too, is a phishing scam.


2. Keyloggers / RATs:
Not as common, yet still fairly common. Don't download bots you find off of youtube, or anywhere for that matter. Most .exe, or even .bat files typically are a RAT or keylogger. Bot clients will be a .Jar file, not a .exe. On that note if you're looking for trusted Runescape bots, I would recommend TriBot.
Here is a full guide from Zybez:


RAT stands for Remote Administration Tool and were originally created for remote support of computers but has later on been abused by people to trick people to download them and gain access to their PC. A rat works the way that you infect a file with your RAT, and when someone downloads and run it in most cases it will start a connection between the infected PC and a server or the hackers computer. With that connection the hacker can do anything he wants to you. A few common things to do is steal players passwords, take control of their mouse and keyboard, write custom error messages and make them look like windows errors and turn on peoples webcam.
You get on a RAT by downloading their infected file, therefore you should never download or click any links that you dont know what is. Im mentioning links because of the so called "Drive by" viruses. Everytime you visit a website there will be some material, example a picture that you need to download and load before entering the site. Some people has succed putting their RAT's inside these source codes.
So basicly it creates a connection between yours and the hackers computer and from there he has the same control of your computer as you have which makes it extremly dangerous to your computer. Another good tip is to never leave your computer unlocked as you never know whats on your computer.


A keylogger works like a RAT allthough it dosent have the same features. All it does it listen on your PC for entered usernames and passwords. When you type in a username or password the keylogger logs it and usually sends it to the hackers PC or a FTP server or email address. You get it the same way as a RAT and just like the RAT it creates a connection. Not much more to say about them.

How do i protect myself?

Well my best guess would be to stay updated. Never run without a fully updated OS. Update your drivers, java version, flash version and what ever you might have. Get a good security program, having a free antivirus program wont fully protect you. You need a firewall and spyware detecting aswell. My advice is to get a program that costs money, but think about it this way. You pay $75 - $100 once a year and then you will most likely never have any problems. Or you can run with the free program and when the disaster happens you need to pay the double to get your computer repaired at your local computer shop. If you dont know what to buy i will personally advice you to buy BullGuard Internet Security. It costs about $100 and there is a 60 days free trial. They recently won the award for the best internet security program on the market with a detection rate of 100%.
By experience i know that people never listens when it comes to IT. Well at least not before the disaster is out and i have to spend my time helping them, so if you really want to run a free program i will advice Avast Anti Virus as it is one of the best 'free' programs on the market.

Im on a Rat or a Keylogger - What do i do?

We'll theres alot of things to do. RAT's and Keyloggers are usually not that advanced to remove as 95% of them (specially the ones used for rs) are made by script kiddies with no knownledge about them. The first thing to do is to track the file. Somewhere on the computer a file is placed running the RAT/Keylogger process. press CTRL+ALT+DELTE click Taskmanager, a window should pop up. Click on the tab called Processes. Now you will see all the running processes on your computer.

All programs has a process running attracted to it. Any running program process will be displayed there. Now theres just one thing to do. By the time you will learn how to know if a process is harmless, if you do not know my advice would be to Google all of them one by one until you find alot of results containing "malicious software". When you find the process right click it and go into Options and find the placement of the actual file, write it down.
End the process. When you have done that you are safe until you reboot your computer. What you have done is that you have ended the connection between you and the hacker allthough next time you start your computer the process will start up along with windows. Thats what we need to look at now.
Go into Start > Run and type "msconfig" a box should appear. Go into the tab called "Startup" all the programs that loads along with windows should appear. Somewhere here the file is. Often called the same as the process which is usual something completely random that should be easy to spot out. If you cant find it, google it. Google is always your best friend. You can find anything by searching it.
When you have found the malicious program remove it and click Apply. Now you can reboot your computer without being on the RAT/Keylogger. So basicly you have disabled the program so no connection will be made between the hacker and your computer. Now you can run a virus scan and check if it finds something. Otherwise delete the file that you wrote down when you right clicked the process and went into options to find out where the file was placed. If you for some reason cannot do the above because a hacker is controlling your mouse you could try and boot up in safe mode. Booting your computer in safe mode means that the system will only boot up with the neccessary processes and drivers. Therefore the RAT/Keylogger should not work there.

3. Java Drive By (JDB):


These are some of the most sneaky attempts at getting your info. A Java Drive By is a virus (Keylogger or RAT) hidden inside a Java applet. Have you ever played a Runescape Private Server, or even Runescape, and seen the little Java pop up that you have to click "Run" on? Well, a Java Drive By looks identical. People often spread these using their "Private Servers". When you click "Run" or "Allow" on the Java Applet, you are secretly allowing their files onto your computer. My advice would be not to trust any programs with a Java pop up unless it is Runescape, or a trusted private server you have played. If you want to tell for sure, you can view the page source of the "Private server" and search for a .exe file. This doesn't work 100% of the time as the file isn't always present in the HTML, but if it is, you know it's a JDB. If you don't find any results for a .exe file, it could still very well be a JDB. Deal with EXTREME CAUTION around Java pop ups.
I believe I have covered pretty much everything I know of. If you have anything else you think should be added, or if you find any mistakes in this thread, please don't hesitate to let me know. I could easily have forgotten something, so go ahead and point out anything you feel the need to to me.

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So, this was my thread that I wrote and posted on a forum that is no longer active. I NEVER gave Dreaming permission to use this thread, and I was just getting ready to post it myself, when I saw something was stickied already.


I clicked here figuring my guide would beat it, only to see my own guide written in my own words. What the fuck is this shit?


EDIT: To add to that, I think it's hilarious that he didn't even bother to cut out this portion "On that note if you're looking for trusted Runescape bots, I would recommend TriBot."


That just goes to show that he got it off a different forum. From ME. This is a shame to see :(

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