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Staying Safe and Ban-Free

Learn how to avoid detection by those pesky developers with this ninja endorsed guide

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Certain game developers do not allow automation programs like Chimpeon to be used with their games. In fact, some state in their EULA or TOS that their use is not permitted. Some developers even go as far as trying to detect their use and if discovered ban or suspend the player from playing their game.

Before we start, it should be noted that many game bans and suspensions are for the use of bots. Chimpeon is not a bot, it's an auto clicker/key sender. It does not alter game memory, CPU processes or files and it does not require "unlocking" software. It simply "presses" keys and mouse buttons just like you do. However, there is still a possibility of detection and this guide will help you minimize that chance.

Below we describe the measures you can take to help you stay safe and ban-free...

Change the Name

During the installation of Chimpeon you have the option to change the location and name of the installation folder. Whatever name you specify will be adopted by the Chimpeon exe, Windows process, Start menu shortcut and folder, desktop shortcut, and taskbar. The title bar of Chimpeon's main interface is an image so this is unaffected.

Make Keystrokes and Mouse Clicks Random

Each Action has a number of delay settings which can be randomised. Pre Delay and Post Delay determine how long Chimpeon waits before and after pressing a key or mouse button, and Duration determines how long a key or mouse button is pressed. Selecting (ticking) the associated Random setting for one or more of these delays will ensure keys and mouse buttons aren't always pressed at the same time making their use more human like.

Make Mouse Click Positions Random

Each mouse button option for an Action's Perform setting enables you to define the y and y coordinates of where the mouse is clicked on screen. Selecting (ticking) the associated Random setting will ensure the click doesn't always occur in the same position making it more human like.

Don't Be Blatant

If you leave your character in the same place killing the same mobs for hours, other players may notice your automated actions. It is therefore advised you position your character in an area that few players visit. Positioning your character in an area with a lot of players will increase the chance of a player reporting your automated actions to the game developer. Be subtle!

Don't Hang Around Too Long

Leaving your character logged in and in the same position for many hours may cause a game developer to become suspicious or trigger their anti cheat software. Don't spend too long logged in and if you do, make sure you move your character from one location to another from time to time.

Don't Brag About Your Insane DPS

If you use Chimpeon alongside a game rotation addon, your DPS will likely be insane. People will ask, "How do you get such high numbers?" Simply tell these people you're leet ;)

The First and Second Rules

The first rule of Chimpeon is: You do not talk about Chimpeon. The second rule of Chimpeon is: You do not talk about Chimpeon. The less people that know about your use of Chimpeon the less chance you have of being reported. Remember, a trusted friend today can be an enemy tomorrow.

Use Chimpeon on a Remote PC

Using Chimpeon on a PC that is remote from the game PC is the ultimate way to stay safe. This is accomplished using GeForce NOW, Splashtop, Steam In-Home Streaming or a similar streaming solution. Click here for further details and instructions for how to use Chimpeon on a remote PC.

UPDATED: 17 July 2024

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