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#2027546 How to set up a web proxy using your own internet!

Posted by ortin on 15 October 2018 - 04:43 PM

Setting Up a Web Proxy for Dummies

Finally, after a lot of hair pulling, fruitless Googling, and banging my router against the wall many times, I have finally figured out how to set up my own web proxy using my router! All thanks to @Valorous's edited python script. This process will involve port forwarding. This is especially useful because by using your own internet as a proxy, it will have the same IP address as when you normally browse the web, perfect for cheating on Neopets and ValorSuite Web! On to the guide!
Access to your router's admin login
Digging router settings


Step 1: Find your router's and computer's IP address!
To log into your router, you need to first find out your router's IP address! These almost always start with 192.168.X.X, usually being or The computer's IP address will also be needed for port forwarding. To know for certain what each of these are, here's an easy guide:


Step 2: Set up Port Forwarding!
This is the hardest part of the guide. Since every router is different, the process may be slightly different. Your best bet is to look up a guide on Google for "(your router's manufacturer) Port Forwarding Guide". You will need to enter a port between 1000-65000. However, I will lay out the gist of it:

Step 3: Set up the Web Proxy (using a python script!)
Easy money.

1. Copy paste the following script (supplied by the awesome @Valorous) and save it as a .py file.
2. Edit the port number in the file (script's default port is 15555)
3. Double click and run the file. 


Step 4: Use your proxy!
Now your web proxy and port forwarding is set up, it's time to use it! First, find your public IP address. To use your proxy, simply type your external IP:Port Forwarded. So, if my public IP address was, and my port number forwarded is 42069, then the proxy would look like this:

You can enter this into Abrosia or Valorsuite Web, and it will access Neopets through your normal IP address! 
Please let me know if there are any questions. I will add an FAQ soon!

#2027104 What exactly does "flagged" mean?

Posted by ortin on 06 September 2018 - 07:34 PM

Honestly it's hard to tell. Once an IP address is flagged theoretically TNT could keep it flagged forever. Better to assume so than not. It's already hard to tell if you're flagged so if you are reasonably sure you are then stop making accounts on that IP address. Some routers have dynamic IPs which help prevent a single IP address from getting flagged.

#2027096 What exactly does "flagged" mean?

Posted by ortin on 06 September 2018 - 01:59 PM

TNT will generally not tell you, at least not in any direct way. You can only guess if your IP is flagged. Flagging usually only happens if multiple accounts are banned from the same IP address. This does mean that any new accounts made with that IP will be tracked more closely, so getting frozen is easier. In extreme cases (like if you bot to the point of DDoSing), TNT may even temporarily or permanently ban your IP address.

#2027085 Question about creating / formatting Abrosia custom RS lists

Posted by ortin on 05 September 2018 - 10:53 AM

I believe you may be referring to the Valorsuite autobuyer, which does support those features. As far as I know, Abrosia doesn't support that.

#2026871 Abrosia Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by ortin on 20 August 2018 - 04:52 PM

Can we browse neo while on Abrosia ??

Usually a bad idea, can get you frozen. 

#2025907 Inactive Notices

Posted by ortin on 08 July 2018 - 06:59 AM

summer cello camp?

Yeah it's that thing again.

#2024623 Allowing members (or at least Advanced Members) to be able to manually adjust...

Posted by ortin on 07 June 2018 - 07:26 AM

I believe you need 500 posts to be able to adjust prices manually for items worth 100k+. As for items worth less than 100k, it is not possible to adjust those prices. I have repeatedly begged Waser Lave to be able to because of the issue you brought up, bu apparently the algorithm for pricing would be messed up if people started adjusting those. The price listed on the item database is not necessarily the lowest price, it's more of an average which is why there is a discrepancy. 

#2024511 Altador Cup XIII chit-chat

Posted by ortin on 05 June 2018 - 07:12 PM

That's not how it is at all. I have posted a detailed guide showing members how to packet sniff the applications they use (including the official ones by the programmers) so they know they are safe and are not having their info sent anywhere except Neopets servers. Fake news, much? What about Codex allowing a user to advertise & blast his web-based Neo-bot that sends usernames & passwords to his server where we don't know what's happening afterwards? Wake up.


The majority of the people responding here took my post the wrong way. I was just trying to warn everyone the score sender here is still publicly downloadable and few members are unknowingly using the unsafe bot... If you guys are cool with that, maybe I underestimated the community standards here.


And please don't label Neopets botting in such a direction. Bots can be made safe, as I have demonstrated for years.

I think you need to chill a bit. 


This year as far as I know Neocodex is not doing any sort of organized team. There's absolutely no competition between you guys and us because we're not even in the running. Our programmers have no malicious intent, and yeah sometimes programs break. It's a risk that everyone here has agreed to take. Perhaps we could have better advertised the fact that it's broken sure like a popup in the actual program, but the userbase here is active in trying to get the right information out there. 


Also as a side note you're using the term fake news incorrectly. Some people here may not be 100% informed or misworded something, but they are not trying to intentionally mislead anyone or making things up. The precise definition of "Fake News" is making up a completely fabricated story, like a fake Hillary Clinton sex video

#2024450 Altador Cup XIII chit-chat

Posted by ortin on 05 June 2018 - 04:38 AM

I'm the Array of Bytes MASTER. Here are some guides if anyone is having issues:


General guide

MacOS users should use BitSlicer

Chrome users: find the correct process ID



Q: I can't find the process ID?

A: On Firefox, it's the plugin container process. On Chrome, refer to this guide for the foolproof way to find it. 


Q: I'm getting 0 results for finding the AoB?

A: Make sure you change the data type search to Array of Bytes, and not something like integer! Otherwise, you may have the incorrect process ID or the code no longer works.


Q: I sent an impossible score! What do I do?

A: The dangerous part of AoBs is that it's very possible to make a mistake like that. Always be aware of the possible ranges, look up jellyneo guides for the games for guidance, and be careful! There's nothing you can do if you already sent an impossible score, the account will eventually be frozen. 

#2024069 Altador Cup XIII chit-chat

Posted by ortin on 01 June 2018 - 03:01 PM

In case there's a new flash game for the AC, I will be available to find some AoB codes for them!

#2023954 Reddit

Posted by ortin on 30 May 2018 - 12:07 PM


#2023549 Spring Codies 2k18 Nominations

Posted by ortin on 20 May 2018 - 09:16 PM


Friendliest Poster: @KyloRen
Least Friendly Poster: @Keil ;p
Most Interesting Overall Poster: @Coops


Best Newbie:
Most Helpful Member: @Coops

Best Staff Member: @Strategist?

Thread of the Year: HOWRSE
Best Display Picture: @cara
Best Signature: 

Best User Comeback: @HappyAccident
Most Missed: @Sweeney

Best Codex Couple: none of you nerds


Best Programmer: @Kway
Most Likely to Be a Bot: @Hydrogen (where did his xkcd bot go)
Funniest Member: @Padme
Most Intelligent: 
Most Talented:

Most Adorable: @Swar
Hottest Member: @Strategist
Biggest Flirt: @cara
Stalest Baguette: @cara you oldy <3
Definitely a Lizard Person: 
Cutest Codex Cat:
Cutest Codex Dog:
Most Likely to Survive the Hunger Games: 
Sweetest Member: @Jess
Nerdiest Nerd: 
Biggest Weeb:



Next Mod: @Drakonid

Next Ban: @Kaiachained



Mr. Codex: @Keil 

Miss Codex: @Jess 

Grumpy Old Person: @Dan

Wooden Spoon: @Kaiachained

The Golden Carrot: @Emily

#2023536 Restock banned after 20 minutes

Posted by ortin on 20 May 2018 - 03:19 PM

So I guess shops completely clear out nowadays? I don't ever remember them doing that before. Oh how the times have changed.

Yeah, one of the revamps that Jumpstart did was to clear out the shops periodically. Before shops would never clear, so it was basically impossible to get some items since the shops would never clear enough to restock new items.

#2023524 Restock banned after 20 minutes

Posted by ortin on 19 May 2018 - 04:15 PM

Hmm... that might work! I checked back a few hours later and the shops were fine. But now I don't want to be refreshing an empty shop!

There's nothing wrong with refreshing in a cleared shop. In fact, that would increase the chances of there being a rarer item since the shop will restock with 48 new items on the next restock instead of (48-current amount) new items. The only downside is that you have to manually track if you are restock banned (shops have 0 items for an extended period of time like 2 hours).

#2023305 How to download Neopet's .SWF files UPDATED

Posted by ortin on 15 May 2018 - 08:02 PM

Neither @Homer's guide nor @Coilvect's guide have worked for me unfortunately, so here I will show an updated foolproof way to get the .swf file!


Step 1: Open any flash game. I will be using Kass Basher for this example.



Step 2: Right click within the area of the container of the flash game, like this:



Step 3: Press "Inspect Element". You should see a huge bunch of code that jumps straight to <div style="text-align: center...



Step 3.5: Keep expanding the code until you get to <div id="game_container"... You are looking for the javascript section within that section! Expand the javascript:



Step 4: Search for the line (highlighted in the image) that goes roughly

swf.addVariable('g', 'THIS IS THE MAGIC PHRASE'); 



Step 5: You want to look for that magic phrase that starts g_... with a bunch of numbers and letters after it. Now, type in this url in your browser:

images.neopets.com/games/[THE MAGIC PHRASE].swf



Step 6: On Chrome, just entering the url will automatically download the .swf file, like this:


On Firefox, it will actually load up the game on the tab. You will need to do File -> Save As to download the .swf file:



Congrats! You downloaded the .swf file!  :nana: