It is not Jagex's job to OSRS gold cope with Venezuela's inner problems. If you wish to help somebody that's your prerogative but foisting the duty on other people is repugnant.No they can not, since the third party customers that don't wish to get found will only change the code to ship the identical list of JARs as the official customer. They can just lie. Jagex has no way of knowing if they're lying.

If they delivered a hash of the gamepack after the game is loaded, it could detect the client and prevent injection.Howeverit may be spoofed. However, if done properly, it would be quite difficult to spoof, but it might need a lot of thinking so as to decrease the capacity to spoof it.

I believe riot matches has done something like this, but to a far greater extent. They forced people to utilize their launcher and made sure to check if hashes don't match. If it found it does not, it is going to buy runescape mobile gold upgrade the match for you automatically.

However, for java, it is significantly harder since bytecode is a lot easier to change than your classic x86 architecture.If sufficient money and resources was put together, they can earn a c++ loader, which can minimize the matter greatly. Afterward, they could add actual anti cheat that can actually have a bigger impact than the current.

It won't stop botting entirely, but it will add a huge cost to creating a farm. Since bypassing stated anti cheat requires some time, so public clients will cost a lot of cash.

In case you go into Runelite.net, then they've recorded how many men and women are on the Runelite customer at the given moment. You can compare that to the official participant counter at different times of the day. Pretty certain OSB has some counter also.