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  1. Hi, I have made a server, (Rage-Scape 742) I've coded it, changed the owners etc. But, I am experiencing problems, when I try to use any commands, such as; Setrights Ban Kick Mute etc. I have to enter a Security Pin. I don't know where to find the security pin in the src folder, or wherever it's located. So I would appreciate some help. *** ON A SIDE NOTE *** I cannot move, whenever somebody is ranked a Staff, (Mod,Support,Owner,Admin) Any help would be very appreciative. Thanks. :)
  2. [CENTER][B]Hello Everyone,[/B] Before I begin, I will start by saying that you must have your client already jar'd for this to work efficiently. If you'd like to review a tutorial on how to correctly Jar your client, [URL="http://www.runelocus.com/forums/showthread.php?99775-How-to-JAR-a-Runescape-Client-(Using-JARMaker)"]click here[/URL]! [B]Obfuscation.[/B] Obfuscation (or beclouding) is the hiding of intended meaning in communication, making communication confusing, willfully ambiguous, and harder to interpret. [B]Why Should I Obfuscate My Client?[/B] One reason is that is decreases the file-size of the client, thus reducing download time. It also makes it a lot harder to reverse engineer. Regular Jar files are very simplistic and easy to manipulate. Others can copy the files from your client and steal your content. Obfuscating your client can help prevent that. [B]To Begin:[/B] You must download ProGuard. (I would recommend using their official website - [URL="http://proguard.sourceforge.net/"]Click Here to Visit their official website[/URL] - [URL="http://sourceforge.net/projects/proguard/files/latest/download?source=files"]Click here for the download link of the latest version of ProGuard[/URL]). [B]Second,[/B] Open the .zip file that you've just downloaded (It will be named proguard4.xx - Dependent on the version you download). Upon opening the zip file, you will want to extract the folder, "progaurd4.xx" to your desktop or the location of your choice. If you're with me so far, the folder that you extracted should contain the following files/folders: (778 Files, 57 Folders in total). [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/z8bxQaw.png[/IMG] [B]Next,[/B] Opening the application ProGuard (Bin Folder > proguardgui.bat). It should look like this once it's open. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ERE0BcM.png[/IMG] After opening the program, you will want to click the "Input/Output tab". [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ippqVo8.png[/IMG] [B]Input [/B]- Loading the location where your current jar file is. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/wdWWLvZ.png[/IMG] [B]Output [/B]- Where you'd like the obfuscated client to be exported to upon completion. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/CjErwjU.png[/IMG] [B]After setting up the input and output, all you have to do is to switch to the process tab and click "Process!"[/B] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/CZ14Pfb.png[/IMG] If everything works well, an output message will display saying the following message: "Processing completed successfully". [B]Thank you for reading this tutorial and I hope it will be useful for some. Kind Regards, Hank[/B] [/CENTER]
  3. Hello, Currently running against a security error which makes me question how to fix this. Webclient located right here: [url]http://www.desirlena.com/webclient/[/url] I heard it had something to do with jdk 7 51 update that changed self signed applets. Any way to fix this so webclient would be run by clicking yes. Thanks
  4. [CENTER][B][U]Having trouble logging into any Web-Client? Does it keep saying, unsigned applet? Watch the video![/U][/B] [video=youtube;I-DsaQMwgEE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-DsaQMwgEE[/video][/CENTER]
  5. RSPUnit is a private server glitching forum that's, well, private. Some of you may remember our old forum, rspunit.com, which no longer exists. If you were a member there, your account is transferred to rspunit.pw Typically, in order to become a member of rspunit, you need to either know someone inside or catch the eye of a member by glitching on a server. Today, I'm offering a 3rd option. Email applications. I'm temporarily opening the doors of the site to talented members of the runelocus community. To prove your capability, send a 2 paragraph or so application to the email address below. This can include anything you specialize in, what your skills are, how often you glitch and on what servers, and your account name on various rsps related sites. We have tons of glitches for anyone who joins, and members who prove themselves inside our doors will be able to view private forums with even better bugs and freebies. We're being very careful with who we let in, but hopefully it will be you! [video=youtube;J01gXhtDd2g]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J01gXhtDd2g[/video] Contact: [email][email protected][/email]
  6. Is there anyway to just completely ignore a program? Because I got an ASUS mother board and its got this Network iControl thing where it monitors network usage(probably does more but this is as much as i know) for all the programs running. When it tries to access Norton, Norton obviously blocks it. This is happening like every 1 second and it can't be good for my computer ;(.
  7. I've been trying to vote and have been unsuccessful because I can't read the security image. It's real frustrating...
  8. My co-owner known as "Fatmess" Decided to go rouge and release character files.. These include the players name, IP Address + Password I highly suggest that anyone from here that has registered before or within the last 3 Months to change their passwords immediately (If you use the same global password for everything else) The only reason I am making a thread here is to make everyone aware that he went and pulled this off after being demoted.. Immature I know.. Here is some Skype Conversation to back myself up on the current situation [url]www.xlightcorex.org/daw6sW.jpg[/url] [url]www.xlightcorex.org/TQfGnV.jpg[/url] [url]www.xlightcorex.org/4WH5eQ.jpg[/url]
  9. So I have a site that I merely use to level-up my skills in RSPS development, and HTML coding. Got home from basketball and this is what I see; [IMG]http://i51.tinypic.com/fkbf2d.jpg[/IMG] Why the fuck does someone hate me so much? It happened on my last 'server' or so, aswell. Is it because I was using a vB nulled ver? Has anyone else gotten this b4? p.s Only like ~5-10 people know about the site, it's not advertised or anything.
  10. This forum needs better security to make sure that bots can't post. Ex: when posting a first post, you have to check a box to post it. Seeing as bots look to click the submit button, they aren't going to hit it.(sorta like the toplist suggestion.)[that is just an example.] Even though we haven't seen bots soon, they are very likely to come, and this is just a precaution.
  11. How do i disable norton internet security on startup, i did msconfig, but i can only see norton online backup i disabled that for startup but i cant like disable norton.:(
  12. [COLOR="#00FF00"]I need somebody to make a terms and conditions thing on entry of my rsps websites. I'll just feel a lot safer having that. I will pay through paypal at a reasonable cost which will be discussed at the time. Thanks, [I]Dyltank.[/I][/COLOR]
  13. Your Security Description: This is just a short informative post on your computer security and how to keep your information and computer safe. Table of Contents I. Introduction II. Free Anti-Virus III. Payed Anti-Virus IV. Additional Information I. Introduction Your security is what matters to you.Keeping your information entered online or stored on your computer needs to very secure, so I will be giving a few Anti-Virus programs to keep you safe.This is just part one of my computer safety series.All links provided are or should be 100 % Safe. IV. Additional Information Some free anti-virus programs will give false-positive popup viruses to make you purchase their product, do not trust them.Any programs I've posted in this informative post I've either tested or read reviews on.
  14. Your Security [Firewalls] Description: In this part I will be talking about firewalls and how they can protect you, I will also provide links to some well-known firewalls. Table of Contents I. What is a firewall? II. Protection III. Free Firewalls IV. Payed Firewalls *WARNING* Before we get started I liked to give a warning; I do not to any responsiblity for any software, hardware, etc harmed by you following this guide.I promise to post links that are safe and if they picked up they are false-positive. I. What is a firewall? A firewall is a part of a computer system or network that is designed to block unauthorized access while permitting authorized communications. It is a device or set of devices which is configured to permit or deny computer applications based upon a set of rules and other criteria. Firewalls can be implemented in either hardware or software, or a combination of both. Firewalls are frequently used to prevent unauthorized Internet users from accessing private networks connected to the Internet, especially intranets. All messages entering or leaving the intranet pass through the firewall, which examines each message and blocks those that do not meet the specified security criteria. A quick drawing giving you an example: II. Protection Protection is the key to keeping your information safe.If you are using windows xp you can relate to the pictures below(if any other member is using a different os and convert post pictures and I'll add to post). Control Panel View: Tab Views: The explanation of each part and what your settings need to be are below the tab views. Explanation: Tab 1. You need to have the firewall on and make sure "Don't allow exceptions" is not checked, this will not allow programs to work. In the Black Box: You can add programs and allow ports here.This can be useful for setting up a private server. In the Red Box: You can add a program, add a port, edit, and delete.If you want the interfaces of this please fill free to request. In the Light Red Box: This always needs to be checked, this giving you a warning before you allow something to connect pass your firewall. If your firewalls is having problems or you messed up while configuring it, you may click the "Restore Defaults" and your firewall should be running and working again. III. Free Firewalls I haven't done a lot of searching, but you can search around for some more.These are just a few I've read reviews on. Comodo This is all in one program, having a firewall and anti-virus.This program is easy to navigate and is recommended by many. Check it out: Comodo Firewall + PC Tools Firewall Plus is a powerful free personal firewall for Windows® that protects your computer by preventing unauthorized users from gaining access to your computer through the Internet or a network. By monitoring applications that connect to the network Firewall Plus can stop Trojans, backdoors, keyloggers and other malware from damaging your computer and stealing your private information. Check it out: Firewall + ZoneAlarm Free You can read a full article on it by following the link below. Check it out: ZoneAlarm IV. Payed Firewalls ZoneAlarm Best protection for your computer.Keeps your information and your computer safe even through the difficult times. Check it out: ZoneAlarm Guide by Sunni