This guide will cover how to properly create & register your Runescape account though a proxy. Most experienced botters know about the benefits of proxies for Runescape botting, and how they help avoid chain bans. However, an often overlooked step by new botters is making sure to create their accounts through proxies.
Why This is Important
If you only use proxies through your bot client, but not for account registration on the website, all of your accounts could still be linked to your home IP address. An important rule to remember is to use proxies from account registration to ban.
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How to Create Runescape Accounts through a Proxy on Windows
1. Download Maxthon Browser
2. Open Maxthon Settings
Once installed, open up the Maxthon proxy settings by navigating to: Menu > Settings > Advanced > Proxy Settings > Use Custom Proxy Settings
3. Enter your Proxy Information
Here, you can enter your proxy settings, and you’re good to go!
How to Create Runescape Accounts through a Proxy on MacOS
Note: This method applies the proxy to your entire system.
1. Open System Preferences
Press Command(⌘) + Spacebar, type ‘System Preferences’, press enter.
2. Open Network Proxy Settings
Type ‘Proxy’, press enter.
3. Enter Proxy Information
Select ‘SOCKS Proxy’ and enter your proxy settings. Click OK, then Apply.
How to Confirm You’re on a Proxy
Simply Google: What’s my ip to check your IP address. Google should display your proxy IP address, and not your home IP address.
To check your home IP, you can Google: What’s my ip on a regular browser without a proxy applied.
Congratulations, you did it! Now you can safely register your accounts through a proxy before botting. Make sure to check out our other guides: All About Proxies for Runescape Botting and How to use Proxies with TRiBot for more information!