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Wulfen Stag
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Runescape Activism and Tallow

Postby Wulfen Stag » Wed Feb 06, 2019 1:39 am

I use Oldschool/07/Runescape 2 to do this. It can work for others however. I do this regularly. Every day.

Download the Runescape 07 client from oldschool runescape website.
Download the Autotyper from Garys Hood
Make an account for Runescape if you have not already.

If you have just made an account on Runescape, for 07, you will have to go through Tutorial Island. A background of gameplay with the game will help, but in any case follow the on screen instructions. It takes around 5-7 minutes for a computer savvy person.

After getting to Gielenor, city of Lumbridge, which is where you first appear in the mainland/major part of the game/playing space of the game, you can spam with garyshood autotyper. A good place is Varrock Grand Exchange, where around 50/75 people will see your posts at any given time. Also, people come and leave frequently, so you will get a lot of attention.

In garyshood, when you are at your desired location in proximity to other players (two good places [and my preffered spots, personally] are: Lumbridge Castle [first starting point of the game, less players there than Varrock Grand Exchange, but still good] or the afformentioned Varrock Grand Exchange. You can also find other places if you are savvy.])

Turn your game volumes down if you prefer. There are three, music, game and environment, if you don't want to be bothered by game sounds.

If you don't want to see flamers dissing you, you can set Public Chat to friends.

Back to Garys Hood, it is downloaded as rsclient exe. Open it and set some messages. Lets begin.

Go to autotyper
Set some messages. ALWAYS SET THE LAST PART OF YOUR WEBSITE LINK AS FOLLOWS:

(custom message, optional, point to make across/i.e. xianity is a scam - [website] .'o'r'g'

ALWAYS PUT COMMAS BETWEEN THE LETTERS OF COM ORG OR NET. RUNESCAPE FILTERS THAT UNLESS YOU BREAK THE BARRIER OF THE FILTER.

Example, if you see these, you know it is me on runescape, usually world/server 301, The Sopher

'The Piper is calling you to join Him! satanslibrary.'o'r'g'
'Join Hell's Army today! satanslibrary.'o'r'g'

So when you are in Garys Hood autotyper, have Runescape on. Make sure you are past the login and 'click to play' screens. i.e., you see the interface, inventory stats etc. Okay, garyshood, open it up, press autotyper, click add, and add message/s of your choice. Seperate org com net with '. Click start. Be around other players. AND REMEMBER TO LEAVE GARYS HOOD MINIMIZED to make it so that it doesn't type the message onto itself and make a windows noise. After you have started garyshood, you may want to click on the chat/message space once to make sure that it will enter the text.

I recommend that you send a message every 50 seconds. Set 50 seconds (or less if you wish, 50 is the max so you don't spam incessently and annoy people).

It should post. If public is set to 'friends', other players will see your post, but you won't see their flaming.

It is best to do all of this at times where your computer will no be used and be disturbed, as when you use another application, like a web browser, the text will be put into the web address/url instead. BE CAREFUL OF THIS.

Left alone, the garys hood runescape autotyper should spam for quite a few hours. Remember, you eventually will go back to the login screen after a time, and garys hood will eventually type into the login. THIS IS HARMLESS, just delete the garys hood text and enter your login again, and start spamming again.

About Tallow

Tallow has nothing to do with the deep or dark web, as far as I know, as you cannot access onion links with it. Look for yourself to see if it is right for you! :)

Tallow: Transparent Tor for Windows

Tallow is a transparent Tor firewall and proxying solution for Windows. In a nutshell, when you run Tallow:

All traffic from your PC is transparently diverted through the Tor anonymity network. Programs do not need to be configured to use Tor.
All non-Tor related traffic such as UDP is blocked. This includes DNS-traffic to help mitigate leaks.

Tallow is similar to running Tor as a transparent proxy under Linux or MacOSX.

Tallow has several advantages. Firstly, all non-Tor traffic is blocked and prevented from leaving your PC. This stops certain kinds of leaks, such as the "DNS leak" problem. Secondly, Tallow is transparent. This means that your applications and programs will not be aware that traffic is been diverted via Tor. You can therefore use your preferred web browser, or any other program that connects via the Internet, with zero configuration. But beware! Unlike the TorBrowserBundle, Tallow does not make any attempt to anonymize content sent though the Tor network. This may include cookies or other information that can identify you. For this reason Tallow is not intended to be a complete strong anonymity solution by itself. See the warnings below.

Some uses of Tallow include:

"Tor-ifying" applications/programs that were never designed to use Tor. Since Tallow is transparent, the application will not be aware that traffic has been diverted via the Tor network.
Filter Circumvention. If you just want to circumvent Internet filtering, and do not care so much about strong anonymity, then Tallow may be appropriate.
Better-than-nothing-Tor. Even though Tallow by itself is not a strong anonymity solution, some Tor may still be better than no Tor at all.

To use Tallow: (1) first download and install Tallow from the links below, (2) start Tallow by double-clicking on the Tallow desktop icon, (3) the Tallow UI will appear, as shown below:
Tallow UI (off) Tallow UI (on)

Press the big "Tor" button to start diverting traffic via the Tor network. Press the "Tor" button again to stop Tor diversion and return the Internet connection to normal. Note that the Internet may be briefly interrupted every time you switch between states. The (advanced) config options are:

Force web-only: blocks all non-web (HTTP port 80, HTTPS port 443) traffic; and
Force SOCKS4a: blocks direct connections to IP addresses via Tor.

Tallow is open source software released under the terms of the GNU General Public License Version 3.
➢ Hacking (Advanced)

Run tallow.exe from a console to see debugging output.
Edit hosts.deny to control what domains are blocked via Tor.
Edit traffic.deny to control what traffic types are blocked via Tor.
Edit torrc to configure Tor.
Replace tor.exe with a different or custom version.

Warnings

Tallow is produced independently from the Tor anonymity software and carries no guarantee from The Tor Project about quality, suitability or anything else.

Tallow is not a complete strong anonymity solution.

Tallow makes no attempt to anonymize the content sent through the Tor network. This content may de-anonymize you. For example, logging into GMail via Tor will de-anonymize you, since you are the only person who knows the password to your account!

Tallow may contain bugs. Please send feedback or bug reports to Basil.
➢ Download

The following pre-built binary package is available for Tallow:

TallowBundle-1.2-install.exe [Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 installer]
TallowBundle-1.2-files.zip [Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 files (no installer)]

This bundle package includes a copy of WinDivert (LGPLv3), Tor (BSD license) [official version 0.3.2.10, SHA256 c413560ef22a5d921f81a54713872f265ae48fcfcd31b3a4a3bbe12216bf784e], Tallow (GPLv3). After installation, simply double-click on the Tallow icon on your desktop.

➢ Repository

The Tallow (former codename TorWall) source repository is hosted on GitHub:

https://github.com/basil00/TorWall

➢ Feedback

Please send feedback and/or questions to: [email protected]

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