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    TeensyBot - Simple automation and anti-afk bot(undetectable, probably forever)

    I know it's not really a bot, but it works just like one. I use this for trolling the AH all day and night looking for deals. Auctioneer alerts me when it finds a deal and I have to hit a macro which essesntially clicks buyout for me. I bought a Teensy++(link below) and a microphone(link below) and wrote a little code to listen for the auctioneer doorbell sound, and to hit the '=' key to trigger the macro. It also will jump the character at a random interval(currently 8-10 minutes).

    I know this isn't cheap, but it's fairly effective and safe. The Teensy isn't running any code on the computer when it runs. Everything is kept on the chip and it literally is just telling the computer that it's a keyboard. The code I use is below. It's pretty easy to follow.

    Not terribly useful for most people, I know. If I were able to get WoW data externally somehow(packet sniffing & decryption?) I could pump serial commands to this and do some really nifty stuff, but unfortunately I don't know if that's possible.

    Also I should note for the electronic faint of heart there is no soldering or anything like that in this setup. It was all pretty much plug and play. Also, if there's any actual interest in this I will write up a whole guide on how to configure/program it.

    Thanks.

    Code:
    int analogPin = 0; // Audio from microphone is input on this pin
    int val = 0; // value of the read on pin 0
    long previousTime = 0; // will store last time it jumped
    long interval = 0; // interval at which to jump
    
    void setup() // This is run at the beginning of the execution
    {
      randomSeed(analogRead(0));
      interval = random(480000,600001); // Initially sets interval to a random value from 8 to 10 minutes in miliseconds
    }
    
    void loop()	// This is run infinately.
    {
      val = analogRead(analogPin); // Set val to the value of analogPin(this is the microphone pickup)
      if (val > 700 || val < 300) {	 // Check the level to see if there's some input going on(mic sits anywhere from 400-600 normally
       Keyboard.print("=");	// Simulate a keypress of '='
      }
      unsigned long currentTime = millis(); // Setting the var currentTime to the ammount of milli's that the board has been on
      if(currentTime - previousTime > interval) { // If the time since the last jump is greater than the interval process below code
        previousTime = currentTime; // Set the previousTime to current time, as we're jumping now
        Keyboard.print(" "); // Simulates a keypress of ' '
        interval = random(480000,600001); // Re-randomizes the interval so you aren't always jumping at the same int
      }
    }
    PJRC Store Teensy I use. For anti AFK you could get away with the regular teensy, and not the ++... but the ++ has analog inputs for things like microphones.

    SparkFun Electronics - Breakout Board for Electret Microphone Simple microphone board

    Teensyduino - Add-on for Arduino IDE to use Teensy USB development board - The software to program the Teensy can be found here.
    Last edited by bluez31; 05-04-2010 at 09:51 AM.

    TeensyBot - Simple automation and anti-afk bot(undetectable, probably forever)
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    richardsonc's Avatar Member
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    good find mate, but no one will likely go buy something to do what they can do without buying it. XD

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    Pretty cool acctualy,

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    Nothing is undetectable.
    Last edited by BYSCUIT; 05-06-2010 at 09:58 PM.

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    bluez31's Avatar Member
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    Originally Posted by BYSCUIT View Post
    Nothing is undetectable.
    Please, tell me how it's detectable. It's essentially as good as a hired monkey hitting buttons on my keyboard for me. There's nothing at all happening computer side. Everything is external.

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    Pretty cool, but the vast majority of botters don't get banned because their bot is detected; they get banned because someone reports them... or it looks like a "hired monkey" is hitting buttons on the keyboard for them (lol).

    You always need to bot smart or you're probably going to get banned regardless of whether the bot your using will be undetected forever or not. :P
    #JODYS'WATCHiN

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    Truth. It just makes me feel safer I've done some more tweeks to mine to type out some generic BS to people who whisper me. I've been looking into the G15 software as well to see if I can emulate the Teensy as a G15 with an LCD display. I don't know if it'd be terribly useful... but it could atleast know when I'm dead and log me out then. Pretty helpful for what I use it for

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