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    AceKingSuited
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    A while back, datacenter proxies weren't great, but they seemed to get the job done. After jumping back into the botting world now in 2020, this was my experience with the same provider I used in the past (Proxy6) that had never really given me any issues with ban rate:

    • Logged into a 20/20/20 account that's been sitting on my list untouched since I was last in the botting scene (3 yrs old) on a fresh IP
    • Hand played for a bit, did cook's assistance, chatted at GE, killed a few NPCs, etc
    • Had RQuester do Goblin Diplomacy, Rune Mysteries, and Doric's Quest with a little manual interaction in between
    • Hand played for a few minutes, killed a few NPCs, and then logged out.
    • Attempted to log back in today - banned :) 

    I did forget to turn covert mode and fresh start on, but would it really make that big of a difference? I'm much more suspect of the Proxy6 IP

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    13 hours ago, AceKingSuited said:

    A while back, datacenter proxies weren't great, but they seemed to get the job done. After jumping back into the botting world now in 2020, this was my experience with the same provider I used in the past (Proxy6) that had never really given me any issues with ban rate:

    • Logged into a 20/20/20 account that's been sitting on my list untouched since I was last in the botting scene (3 yrs old) on a fresh IP
    • Hand played for a bit, did cook's assistance, chatted at GE, killed a few NPCs, etc
    • Had RQuester do Goblin Diplomacy, Rune Mysteries, and Doric's Quest with a little manual interaction in between
    • Hand played for a few minutes, killed a few NPCs, and then logged out.
    • Attempted to log back in today - banned :) 

    I did forget to turn covert mode and fresh start on, but would it really make that big of a difference? I'm much more suspect of the Proxy6 IP

    That's why you should go for Residential Proxies, they are pricy but reliable.

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    1 hour ago, Defiled said:

    That's why you should go for Residential Proxies, they are pricy but reliable.

    Ye, I just bought a $15 residential to test the exact same process on a different account with covert mode on. If no ban, either covert or IP is to blame and covert will never not be on going forward so that eliminates most scenarios :) 

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    10 minutes ago, AceKingSuited said:

    Ye, I just bought a $15 residential to test the exact same process on a different account with covert mode on. If no ban, either covert or IP is to blame and covert will never not be on going forward so that eliminates most scenarios :) 

    Even residential proxies can be flagged, that's why I suggest making your own resis or buying from a not so well known provider

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    53 minutes ago, Defiled said:

    Even residential proxies can be flagged, that's why I suggest making your own resis or buying from a not so well known provider

    Sadly I have no idea where I can set up servers with residential ips around here. Even my home internet doesn't allow port forwarding which is lame.

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    19 minutes ago, AceKingSuited said:

    Sadly I have no idea where I can set up servers with residential ips around here. Even my home internet doesn't allow port forwarding which is lame.

    Get a raspberry pi device, get an internet connection from an ISP.. then just use it as SOCKS5 using the Putty tunnels functions (cost: ~$40/mo)...

    you can split the raspberry pi software into many tiny vpses and have each vps use a different connection/ip that you bought off your ISP..

    So .. 1 rasp = 5 - 7 proxies for about ~$200 per month

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    On 1/12/2020 at 7:34 PM, Defiled said:

    Get a raspberry pi device, get an internet connection from an ISP.. then just use it as SOCKS5 using the Putty tunnels functions (cost: ~$40/mo)...

    you can split the raspberry pi software into many tiny vpses and have each vps use a different connection/ip that you bought off your ISP..

    So .. 1 rasp = 5 - 7 proxies for about ~$200 per month

    lol is there a tutorial for this? 

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