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Hello, I've been running around 13 mining bots for atleast 1 month now with aMinerV2. I have 4 accounts with 99 mining and multiple 85 mining accounts. I run it only at Motherload mine and make decent gp. I recently setup 5 new bots on random accounts that had 700+ total levels and all got perm banned after 3 hours of running them. The only different with these 5 new bots is that I tried using the account manager to have them logged in. Any problems with account manager or is this something else?

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5 minutes ago, atrain0009 said:

You were running 13 accounts and manually logging in? Which means you were manually breaking 13 accounts? Wtf are you saying and Lmao why.

I used "Auto-Relog" for every account, so everytime the bot logged back in using my key strokes from the initial login when starting the bot. 

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3 hours ago, llamasoup111 said:

Hello, I've been running around 13 mining bots for atleast 1 month now with aMinerV2. I have 4 accounts with 99 mining and multiple 85 mining accounts. I run it only at Motherload mine and make decent gp. I recently setup 5 new bots on random accounts that had 700+ total levels and all got perm banned after 3 hours of running them. The only different with these 5 new bots is that I tried using the account manager to have them logged in. Any problems with account manager or is this something else?

if u put them in the account manager, ur details gets stored in a file, which is why 50% of tribot users gets hacked, when they put their info in the account manager, cuz if anyone else has an access there he can see ur info, so  u can assume that someone reported u or something after he got ur info, i know that u think it has nothing to do with it but trust me it does 

moral of the story: dont put ur info in the acc manager

and if someone else thinks something else, go fuck urself.

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7 minutes ago, leoshiro said:

if u put them in the account manager, ur details gets stored in a file, which is why 50% of tribot users gets hacked, when they put their info in the account manager, cuz if anyone else has an access there he can see ur info, so  u can assume that someone reported u or something after he got ur info, i know that u think it has nothing to do with it but trust me it does 

moral of the story: dont put ur info in the acc manager

and if someone else thinks something else, go fuck urself.

My account manager has thousands of accounts in it and none of them have been hacked... what are you on about 

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Just now, leoshiro said:

i said if someone has or can get ur info, omg

You also said:

8 minutes ago, leoshiro said:

moral of the story: dont put ur info in the acc manager

and if someone else thinks something else, go fuck urself.

How about moral of the story: secure your computer?

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5 hours ago, llamasoup111 said:

Hello, I've been running around 13 mining bots for atleast 1 month now with aMinerV2. I have 4 accounts with 99 mining and multiple 85 mining accounts. I run it only at Motherload mine and make decent gp. I recently setup 5 new bots on random accounts that had 700+ total levels and all got perm banned after 3 hours of running them. The only different with these 5 new bots is that I tried using the account manager to have them logged in. Any problems with account manager or is this something else?

You're saying that Jagex detected the way you logged in and banned you? Or that Jagex works secretly with Trilez to ban accounts? Nah theres probably another factor ur not telling us.

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I'm assuming you're using proxies, if you ever logged onto the characters using the same proxies , IE: accidentally used proxy 2 to log onto account 1, it can be easily detected and chain a ban with your accounts, there's different variables to calculate into, but yeah iirc; account managers shouldn't have any problem else all my accounts would've been banned ages ago. 

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