Ok so basically I made 2 bots one was months ago and the other was like last week. I am using glitch.com to host these but I am using a method I used to basically bypass the cookie ip lock thing which is what I used for the first bot and that cookie is still valid however whenever I try it for the new one, it keeps invalidating…
From your description, it sounds like you’re having trouble maintaining a session (or bypassing a session limit) with your new bot, hosted on Glitch.com. This is typically done using cookies, but you’re finding that the new bot’s cookies are being invalidated.
There are several reasons this could be happening:
- Expiration: Cookies have an expiration date, after which they are automatically invalidated. It’s possible the cookies for the new bot have a shorter expiration time than the ones for the old bot.
- Domain/IP Changes: If the domain or IP address of your bot changes frequently (which can happen on Glitch due to its infrastructure), the server might invalidate the session.
- Server-side Limits: The server might be configured to only allow a certain number of sessions from a single IP address, and you might be hitting that limit.
- Changes in the Server or Application Code: If the server or application code changed between when you created the first bot and the new one, the way sessions and cookies are handled might also have changed.
- Browser Settings or Extensions: If you’re testing this in a web browser, changes to the browser’s settings or new extensions could be affecting how it handles cookies.
Here are a few general suggestions for troubleshooting:
- Check the expiration date and domain/path of the cookies to make sure they are set correctly.
- Try to isolate whether the issue is with the bot’s code, the server, or the browser. For example, you can try running the bot in a different environment, or try running a different bot on the same server.
- If the server or application code is the issue, you’ll need to find out what changed and adjust your bot’s code to handle the new behavior.
- If you’re hitting a server-side limit, you’ll need to find a way to stay within the limit, such as by pooling or rotating IP addresses, reducing the frequency of requests, or increasing the limit if you have control over the server.
Why does that sound like ai? Also I am trying it literally on the same site as the other bot which works fine
Im not really sure what that means but assuming you read the documentation anything could sound like ai…
Have you verified that what you are trying to do is legal? I may have misunderstood entirely.
Yes it’s fully legal (im pretty sure atleast) because I am not using it for anything malicious
I am not really sure this question can be answered on Roblox. How are you using this to help with your development? I know glitch has a blog, perhaps you can find the answer there, assuming its not violating tos.
Most likely because of the IP, it must be in the same IP, otherwise it won’t work