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  1. I was curious to know how their bot detection was working... After the last ban wave and losing a few accounts. My guess would be in their code I would say they would be using something like "Unbotify". Now time to spin up Fiddler and route traffic via Fiddler as a proxy to see what data was being leaked. Turns out they are using Unbotify and sending out data to the Unbotify domains. The easiest way to circumvent bot detection would be to stop the data going out to the 3rd party company (Adjust) that's doing the monitoring with AI and flagging users. To do that you could block that traffic at the firewall by using the 3rd party company's IP address range. The domains in which the company uses to receive data via their app/sdk are listed below. https://app.adjust.com https://unbotify.adjust.com Blocking via HOSTS file would only work for Windows, not the Emulators. This is why you need to block via the Firewall. IP Range: If you don't care about the technical details, just follow the instructions from here: go to Control Panel > windows FireWall > in the left side click Advanced Setting go to Outbound Rule and in right side Click New Rule in New Outbound Rule Wizard select Custom and click Next in Program Screen Select All Program And click Next in protocol and ports Leave default Setting and click Next in Scope Screen Under Which remote IP address Does This rule apply to? select These IP address and click add Button in IP Address Dialog under This IP address or subnet: and click OK and then click next in Action screen select Block the connection and click next in Profile screen leave all 3 check box selected and click next in Name Screen choose a name for rule e.g. Block Unbotify and click finish You could test its working by opening a browser on your emulator and going to https://app.adjust.com which should result in a timeout error. If you get a "Url not found" message then you haven't blocked the traffic and you should review your settings. Unbotify_Guide.pdf
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