Greetings ClashBot community,
Throughout our time striving to provide the most efficient & effortless Clash Of Clans bot, we’ve noticed some of you may have a few questions & concerns regarding the security and safety of our client. Because of this, we are aiming to clear up any misconceptions you may have about our client, and hopefully better inform you with the way our bot works, and how safe your account really is from being detected. We hope to keep you updated with the latest information in our programs advancement, and any possible updates from SuperCell that will affect our operations or you safety. This article will inform you on the safety of clash of clans bots.
Is ClashBot a virus, and can it hurt my computer?
The short and sweet answer to this is no. We here at clashbot have absolutely no desire to harm your computer in anyway, and we never will. If you’ve received a message from your antivirus, or your browsers security stating that ClashBot may harm your computer, we understand you may be alarmed at first, but there’s no need to panic or be worried at all. this is simply due to the fact that we Modify the size of bluestacks’ resolution so that it is in compliance with out bot. Here is a report from Virustotal, which is a website that will analyze a file and search for any malicious content, and if it finds any, it will alert you.
How to scan a file with Virustotal:
1. Head to https://www.virustotal.com/
2. Click URL & paste the ClashBot download link (example – https://boostbot.org/forums/topic/13635-clashbot-782-anti-ban-hours-of-operation-preferred-resolution-better-th-sniping/)
3. Click “Scan it!”
4. Click “View list analysis”
5. View the results, and you will see that clashbot is safe to use.
Can SuperCell detect I’ve been botting?
Currently, only less then a handful of users have reported they’e been temporarily banned from Clash Of Clans using our program. These accounts cannot be 100% confirmed as not much details & information have been given by them regarding the matter, but from the knowledge we have, users can be banned temporarily if someone submits video evidence to SuperCell of an automated attack. SuperCell will check the video and if they believe the attack was automated, then they will investigate the user in question more in depth. There are other ways for SuperCell to determine if someone is botting that were currently unaware of, but please do not worry as we’re the only company who is prepared to combat their detection system. Furthermore, using our red line deployment feature will lower your chances of being detected as you will appear more human like. This is currently exclusive to our VIP members, but it’s a great investment to keep your account safe. Also, we suggest that you make use of our ‘attack dead bases only” feature, as people with inactive (dead) accounts will not report you.
What can i do to prevent being banned?
ClashBot has implemented a few options to help minimize your chances of being detected, such as our “Red line deployment” feature which is currently exclusive to our VIP members. This is a very great feature to have, due to the fact that deploying troops closer to the red line is more human like, and will reduce your chance of people viewing your attacks as automated. Upgrading to VIP can help protect your account even further and reduce your chances of being caught by SuperCell.
Why isn’t SuperCell trying to combat Companies such as Application Automation LLC?
If SuperCell were to even attempt to put forth an excruciating amount of development to try and stop or reduce the amount of botting activity that occurs, it would cost them an extraordinary amount of money, time, resources, and research. Also, botters tend to spend the most currency on gems to finish their upgrades faster. if they were to stop botters completely, they would be missing out on a mass majority of money, which is something we all know they wouldn’t want to see happen. (If you were unaware, ClashBot is owned by Application Automation LLC.)
An email we received from SuperCell asking us to cease our operations here:
Cease and Desist Demand regarding Trademarks and Copyrights
To whom it may concern,
It has been brought to our attention that your business has been marketing, selling or otherwise making available products or services that may infringe Supercell Oy’s copyrights and trademarks in the software games “Clash of Clans”, “Hay Day”, “Boom Beach” and other games and related merchandise (“Supercell Assets”).
We have a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law. We assure that the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that we are authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.
Location of potential infringement:
Supercell Assets are developed and published by a Finnish company Supercell Oy. All intellectual property rights to Supercell Assets are owned by Supercell Oy, including copyright to the game characters and internationally registered trademarks. Supercell Oy’s copyright to Supercell Assets’ characters and international trademark registrations of the words “CLASH OF CLANS”, “HAY DAY” and “BOOM BEACH” provide Supercell Oy with certain proprietary rights. This includes the right to restrict the use of copyrighted works and/or trademarks, or a confusingly similar works or trademarks, in association with confusingly similar products or services.
Supercell Oy’s trademark registrations include, but are not limited to, the registration of the word marks CLASH OF CLANS, HAY DAY and BOOM BEACH by European Union Community Trademarks (no: 011158086, 1156712 and 012661864) and United States Trademark and Patent Office registration (no: 4327980).
Your use of Supercell Oy’s copyright and/or registered trademarks is likely to confuse consumers and/or lessen the distinctiveness of Supercell Oy’s brand. Your continued use of Supercell Oy’s copyrights and/or registered trademarks will cause significant and irreparable damage to Supercell Oy.
Supercell Oy demands that you immediately:
1. cease and desist any further use of images, emblems, logos or similar items infringing Supercell Oy’s copyrights in association with the manufacture, marketing, sale, distribution, or identification of your products or services; and
2. cease and desist any further use of Supercell Oy’s trademarks in association with the manufacture, marketing, sale, distribution, or identification of your products or services.
This is written without any prejudice. Supercell Oy reserves the right to claim damages as well as any other remedy under applicable copyright and trademark legislation, but we hope this issue may be resolved without any further legal actions.
How is ClashBot fighting the war against SuperCell?
At ClashBot, we have a diversely trained team of Developers who are working day in & out to provide and create the most realistic clicking patterns & algorithms to make our program seem as human like as possible. Our team is working every single day to stay one step ahead of SuperCell’s detection system, and currently, we’ve been successful with this. If SuperCell ever feels the need to try and advance their detection system, we will work to counter any “solutions” they believe they may have created. Supercell could calculate a user’s behaviour by analyzing click heatmaps. This means they send every click position to the server and do an analysis based on those click points. If a user clicks exactly on the same pixel every time in order to click the “Train Troops” button it is most likely that this user is a bot. Every normal user would have a wider spread of clicks on the button. When put like this, it sounds like it is easy for Supercell to detect bots, but ClashBot is prepared for this. ClashBot has an anti-pattern system which is programmed to be undetectable from this method. Every click is in a randomized position and clicked at different times which makes it untraceable by pattern-detection systems. Here is an example screenshot of a click heatmap (based on Google SERPs):
Click Heatmap Google
Does ClashBot affect users who don’t bot?
No. ClashBot has no affect on users who choose to not bot. The only contact our program makes with others, is when it is attacking other users, which is not something that is going to honestly affect them. ClashBot is a free program that only benefits the user who chooses to use our software, and will not in anyway harm any regular users.
We hope we’ve been able to clear up any confusions & misconceptions you may have had about our client, and how it functions. If you have any more questions or concerns, please reach out to our staff team, and we will be sure to get back to you as soon as we can.