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  • Added on: Nov 06 2011 09:08 AM
  • Date Updated: Jul 01 2012 05:08 AM
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How to use Detector

Detector is a platform independent tool which provides the ability to search Jaymod user.db files for bans with a 00:00:00:00:00:00 MAC address.

Posted by Krauersaut on Nov 06 2011 09:08 AM
Detector is a platform independent tool which provides the ability to search Jaymod user.db files for bans with a 00:00:00:00:00:00 MAC address. It is able to read and handle several user.db files at once, which could either be added through the intuitive user interface or a file list for your comfort. Additionally, Detector allows you to export your results into a text file for further use and could easily handle more than 100,000 entries.


Workflow
 
  • Either click the + button in the lower left corner of the GUI or hit Ctrl+A to add a user.db file to the file list.
  • Once you hit Open, it will appear in the list and you will be able to remove it by selecting it and clicking the - button in the lower left corner of the GUI or hitting Ctrl+R.
  • Add as many files as needed to the file list and click on Load (or Ctrl+L) to load them into Detector. It will now display the amount of read entries and immediately show you all bans with a 00:00:00:00:00:00 MAC address in the results panel on the right side of the GUI.
  • Hint: If you use Detector on a regular basis, you might want to create a filelist in order to save some time. To load a filelist, hit Ctrl+F and select the respective text file. Find the structure of the text file below.
  • Hint: You could export the the results to a text file for further use by clicking the Export button or hitting Ctrl+E.
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Sample filelist

/path/to/the/first/user.db
/path/to/the/second/user.db
/path/to/the/third/user.db
/path/to/the/fourth/user.db


Download
 
You could download Detector in our Downloads section or receive the latest version directly from the developer. To find out about recent changes, check out the Changelog.