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 Post subject: Re: How to minimize the risk of BEM being detected by antich
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Syrifina wrote:
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Well i have tried uninstalling virtual drivers and used windows api but it still gets detected , any idea ?
Which game; it's not F...N...E is it?

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Yea It's been a while since I saw a BEM update , but a great idea would be to have the Mouse move into a specified area , but click within that area to a random place .
There's 2 ways to do this. You can use humanly.click (viewtopic.php?f=494&t=16354) which literally does exactly what you asked. Or you can manually script it to make a "hit box" where BEM will click randomly somewhere in that invisible box (video tutorial here: viewtopic.php?f=111&t=22190 under "create a click box").

Thank you , I knew about Humanly click but sometimes it gets randomly stuck , like it can't deceide where to move and the mose moves within a small hitbox

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