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Brainstorm (Why are we getting banned?)
Any updates with the latest shadow ban wave? I am looking for a way to play this safe.
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I've tried the following, but I still get shadowbanned by botting when hiiting level 23:
-Running two bots at the same time
-Random device settings for two accounts
-Max running time 5 hours
-Auto drop items
-Auto transfer mons, but keep at least one of each type.
-Max walking speed 3.000 m/s
-Walking a predefined path.

Still getting banned. Anyone has some settings that work?
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Yup, spoof instead of bot
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I think the issue is that the times the bot operates are a constant and need to be made to be variable times. Niantic is obviously picking up on the consistent patterns of the bots and therefore catching us easily at this point. Also having the bot taking random "breaks" during the bot session would likely make a difference.
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(06-07-2017, 06:41 AM)justfred123 Wrote: I think the issue is that the times the bot operates are a constant and need to be made to be variable times. Niantic is obviously picking up on the consistent patterns of the bots and therefore catching us easily at this point. Also having the bot taking random "breaks" during the bot session would likely make a difference.

I think it is more than that. I've tried different playing patterns, intervals and even stopping times, but pokebot ninja gets consistenly banned after 6 days of playing with the bot. I think they have added some kind of client detection patttern / algorithm in their app, that only the actual app knows and can send back to niantic. I suspect that the 6 day pattern is in there to make it as complex as possible to detect how it works in the app.
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Because Ninja is outdated, Niantic detects us easily, they increased their Antibot system, and we can't do shit.
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(06-16-2017, 12:24 PM)nims Wrote:
(06-07-2017, 06:41 AM)justfred123 Wrote: I think the issue is that the times the bot operates are a constant and need to be made to be variable times. Niantic is obviously picking up on the consistent patterns of the bots and therefore catching us easily at this point. Also having the bot taking random "breaks" during the bot session would likely make a difference.

I think it is more than that. I've tried different playing patterns, intervals and even stopping times, but pokebot ninja gets consistenly banned after 6 days of playing with the bot. I think they have added some kind of client detection patttern / algorithm in their app, that only the actual app knows and can send back to niantic. I suspect that the 6 day pattern is in there to make it as complex as possible to detect how it works in the app.
u cant try different patterns because this are constants in ninja (throwing balls every 2 secs when catching for example, or when u attack gym its sends atack every sec) so it doesnt matter which routes you take or time, untill there will be some random timers in throwing/atacking etc...
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