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Whonix - IP masking with Tribot

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If you have any questions about Whonix and/or how to install it, please post below or shoot me a PM.

 

If I get 100 likes on this post, I will create a youtube video of an installation guide on how to: 1) Install Whonix 2) Allow Tribot to connect anonymously to Jagex.  If I don't receive 100, (or a substantial amount of likes), I will presume that the users are not interested in this method, so I will not waste my time.

 

What is Whonix?

 

Whonix is an operating system focused on anonymity, privacy and security. It's based on the Tor anonymity network, Debian GNU/Linux and security by isolation. DNS leaks are impossible, and not even malware with root privileges can find out the user's real IP.

 

How can Whonix help me bot safer?

 

Whonix masks your IP through internet, applications and even to viruses. Jagex will see an IP associated with your bot(s), but will have trouble finding the other bots you have running on different IP addresses. Unless of course...they are all running the same script in the same location doing the same things...then there's nothing I can do for you.

 

Where can I get Whonix?

 

https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Main_Page

 

 

Some notable locations to prove Whonix's legitmiacy and to describe the OS a little more:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whonix

 

https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TorifyHOWTO/IsolatingProxy

 

http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/452277/whonix_an_os_era_anonymous_wikileaks/

 

~ IDC - Your Anonymous Friend ~

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Can't they just see the OS you're running? Pretty much showing them bots(no legit user runs this OS right?)

I freaking love your posts though! You're the one that posted the tor network topic before but then deleted it right? Didn't it work, does this actually work?

 

I am human like all of us and made a few mistakes on my previous Tor topics. I have reviewed the flaws in my work and decided to take a detour to some of the other projects currently utilizing Tor to see if I could find one that runs Tor through everything, including Tribot (applications). This indeed works. It's the same as running a virtual machine.

 

Jagex cannot see the operating system you are using due to the anonymity this operating system utilizes. They have no way of knowing your true identity in the slightest of ways. You look like a normal user.

 

If you need any help in the installation of this or any more questions, please post below. Thanks for the support!

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I am human like all of us and made a few mistakes on my previous Tor topics. I have reviewed the flaws in my work and decided to take a detour to some of the other projects currently utilizing Tor to see if I could find one that runs Tor through everything, including Tribot (applications). This indeed works. It's the same as running a virtual machine.

Jagex cannot see the operating system you are using due to the anonymity this operating system utilizes. They have no way of knowing your true identity in the slightest of ways. You look like a normal user.

If you need any help in the installation of this or any more questions, please post below. Thanks for the support!

So basicly what you are saying is: it's possible to run this on 1 IP on 1 OS with multiple clients running at the same time and Fagex wouldn't be able to know you are running multiple(like 10-20) accounts on the same IP?

This wouldn't stop bans but it would stop them knowibg you are running20 bots on 1 pc am i correct? It would also prevent chainbans?

If this is true then this might be the most important question: did you just seriously find a way around proxies and VPN(i can't remember the exact name xD)?

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So basicly what you are saying is: it's possible to run this on 1 IP on 1 OS with multiple clients running at the same time and Fagex wouldn't be able to know you are running multiple(like 10-20) accounts on the same IP?

This wouldn't stop bans but it would stop them knowibg you are running20 bots on 1 pc am i correct? It would also prevent chainbans?

If this is true then this might be the most important question: did you just seriously find a way around proxies and VPN(i can't remember the exact name xD)?

 

Yes.

 

This is not a way around proxies. This utilizes an isolated proxy going through Tor. However, it is a way around buying proxies from sellers.

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Is this like linux, and can I still have my windows7 on my harddrive when I want to boot with it? 

 

This is a virtual machine that has to be run through VirtualBox. VirtualBox is made by Oracle, the creators of Java, and can be downloaded for free.

 

You can run Whonix on any operating system supported by VirutalBox.

 

Whonix uses Linux when running, which is seperate than your real OS.

 

TL;DR - Yes, you can run it on windows 7 and use other programs on your real OS while this is running.

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Could i contact you on skype and talk about this? I'm pretty psyched about this! Thanks a lot for your work on this!

 

Sure. My Skype is imthetravis - you can request a PM on here to verify it is me if you wish even though we won't be doing any RWT.

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Would this mask your IP that has previous bans on (possibly flagged) so that the IP looks fresh and legit?

 

If you are talking about re-using an IP that has been flagged to show to Jagex, no that will not work. If you are trying to connect to Whonix via a flagged IP address attempting to bot on a fresh IP again, yes this will work.

 

Here's a basic network of what happens when you run this.

 

Your computer with a flagged IP > IP translated to the isolated proxy via Whonix > IP of Whonix translated to Tor's anonymity network > Tribot > Jagex.

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If you are talking about re-using an IP that has been flagged to show to Jagex, no that will not work. If you are trying to connect to Whonix via a flagged IP address attempting to bot on a fresh IP again, yes this will work.

 

Here's a basic network of what happens when you run this.

 

Your computer with a flagged IP > IP translated to the isolated proxy via Whonix > IP of Whonix translated to Tor's anonymity network > Tribot > Jagex.

Got it, thanks!

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Idc, added you on skype. When you on? i want to figure this thing out 

 

Personally @idc i don't think you will ever get 100 "likes" although i don't think it matters or that it's because of a lack of interest. It's just a completely different kind of crowd on here than facebook. Just make it and post it here. You're name will get recognition by doing stuff like this instead of just saying it.

You'd get my respect for starters

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This isn't a social media site; stop being a like-whore.

 

Then why is there a like button? Am I not allowed to use the button to see if people actually like the idea?

 

How about you stop talking about like-whoring on posts since this isn't a social media site. You are now only allowed to do that on social media sites.

 

@ice - I just woke up - been asleep for about 24 hours now. Got college work due in 3 days as well, but I'll see what I can do.

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