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  1. hollowify


    Just wondering if the team is going to look into adding support for the new RSPS Zaros which is owned by Ikov's "David". I know this website was thriving on Ikov's release and I don't doubt this will be the second wave of subscribers to bot on Zaros (I already know 3 more people willing). I personally assume that this release will be the same if not bigger than Ikov's release due to Rot and Tata's community vowing to play, there's also always a market for gold on these servers in the early stages and that will add to demand of bots, bearing in mind that the same bot detection's that were used on Ikov will be the same if not ramped up. Anyway if any admins have further information on this I would be glad. Thanks for your time lads and I look forward to hearing back. 🙂
  2. I was curious if any of the scripters of the staff could possibly develop more scripts for Dreamscape. Some skills like herblore, summoning, and slayer might be hard to do, but if someone could make some simple scripts for cooking, crafting, smithing, and agility, that would be extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. What other script ideas would you like to see? Type them below 😄
  3. Dear Members of Parabot, This will relatively be a long post, if you want a TL;DR, read the end of this post. You might have seen all the latest updates of Parabot to have a secure client for Ikov. Today changes will be made into those actions. Ikov has been putting the most sketchy stuff in their client since I've started Parabot - and believe me, I've seen weird things... All these actions of Ikov have been blocked by us, making Ikov a safe client to use. Yes you heard that correctly, we're adjusting Parabot to make Ikov safe. Not safe to bot, but safe to use in general... In the past few months, Ikov has been putting stuff like screenshot functionalities, clipboard copy and loading (basically viruses) jars within their client from out of their cache or any other method. Parabot is now basically adjusting their client to provide users a safe way to use Ikov. All those past updates took so much time, we had to limit our own personal lives and put more time into these issues. To make it more clear, this is the process we had to do: De-obfuscate the whole Ikov clientGather all locations Ikov reads and writes to and keep track of themGo to every class and their work-process to find all the sketchy stuffEither get rid of the sketchy stuff or add it to our own sandbox systemTest the new systemDeploy and publish the new client with adjustmentsAs you might see, this takes an insane amount of time for us to do, whereas we basically don't have this time... So what is gonna happen? As Parabot is a client to provide the ability to bot on servers and not a client to block things like viruses from servers, we decided to focus on the botting ability and not the safety of a certain server. Ikov seems to be botting-worth server due their amount of players, but after some research we figured that out of their 502 online players (as of 18 oct. 14:45), 338 players are basically botters. A basic calculation will result into "502 - 338 = 164 legit Ikov players". TL;DR Starts here Parabot will be focussing on new upcoming servers and more functionality in the client itself. This doesn't mean that Ikov will be removed from our list of servers, but we will only push out updates for new client and not focus on their banning method. We do not focus on their method anymore, as we keep finding other "sketchy" things, we then also have to block. New servers will come out as Parabot moves on in the following weeks, whereas we take a good look at the suggestions of our users and the popular (fake, vote-botted) site RuneLocus. What else is going behind the scenes of Parabot? - Parabot is currently focussing on more abilities within the API, this will include a new BDN (V3), whereas the base can also be found on GitHub (this is still in the Slim Framework, will be ported to Symfony ASAP). - We're also working on a new two-factor authentication system that will work smoother than ever and is also bonded within the community website. - The rollout of our Maven system is going very smooth and better than we expected. Unfortunately not all script writers are using this yet, which causes that some scripts on the BDN are not visible in the script selector. Please ask them to port their script to Maven instead of having them blaming Parabot. - To provide a better local working place, we're also introducing a new system to run local servers. This makes it so easy that you just have to place a hook file, a settings file and the server jar into your local environment and you're good to go! - Our GitHub was always a bit messy, we never had multiple branches and we didn't push out a lot of updates to our GitHub. This changes as of today, we're now focussing on a better overview of our repositories and making it easier for others to read the source of Parabot. A part of this change is the commit guidelines for Parabot, which can be found in the tutorials section of the development section within this forums. - A new beautiful, new user interface for Parabot, together with Fryslan. That's basically it, Parabot is still going as you can see - but due the lack of time we had with Ikov, updates seemed to be slowly. These changes should create a difference in that. Feel free to ask anything or provide suggestions. Sincerely, The Parabot team
  4. Dear Parabot members, We're pleased to let you know we've pushed out a new update of Parabot, with a lot of new functionalities, bug fixes and other improvements. The update contains the following major changes: [FEATURES] - Added new layout for Parabot login - Added new nightly build system - Added new font to Parabot - Added ability to search for fields within the reflection UI - Added collapse/expand button within the reflection UI - Added ability to set your output format for action debugging (either default or script writer mode) [BUGFIXES] - Fixed null pointer within Inventory#getCount If you want to see a full list of changes, mainly refer to our issues list. A special thanks to @SmugPork, @EmmaStone and @fryslan for this release. You can download the version 2.5 here. Sincerely, The Parabot team
  5. JKetelaar

    Merry Christmas

    Hello Paraboters, We'd like to wish you guys a merry christmas and a happy new year in advance. We'll take a day of today, but start with new updates as of tomorrow! Sincerely, The Parabot team
  6. Hi friends! I have coded "all in one" Ikov woodcutting script, and now i'm asking will there be users for it? At current state it does have following features: Support for every tree on ikovBankingTeleportingSimple informative paintSettings interfacePowerchoppingReloginWhat do you think?
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