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Release Warden - Proxy Blocker

Discussion in 'DarkRP Addon & Plugin Releases' started by -A2-, Sep 14, 2017.

  1. -A2-

    -A2- New Member

    What is Warden?

    Warden is an API wrapper for the Black Box Proxy Block that allows servers to automatically prevent clients with identified proxy IPs from joining.

    How does Warden work?
    Warden uses the Black Box Proxy Block to send the IP address of the joining player and verify that it is not a proxy. If it is, it automatically kicks the player. That's it!

    How do I add Warden to my server?
    There are two mains ways of doing this. One, the easiest, is to add this workshop item to your server. Second, however, is to download Warden from our GitHub Repo[github.com] and insert the "warden" folder into your garrysmod/addons folder. The latter method will allow you to configure options such as kick messages, cache timers, and more in the warden/lua/autorun/server/sv_warden.lua file.

    Setting up Warden
    As of v2.0, no setup is necessary! If you'd like to edit some configuration variables, you can find the configuration in sv_warden.lua.

    Links & Information
    Workshop Page
    GitHub Repository
    Black Box Proxy Block

    Edited to reflect the new changes of v2.0
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2017
  2. NoOriginality

    NoOriginality Member

    Wouldn't really work with vpn's though. Just buy one for like 10 cents and problem solved. Plus, if you have private proxies, won't work.
  3. Aireesan

    Aireesan New Member

    IPHub also blocks VPNs and Dedicated Servers @NoOriginality. Will be using this addon on my server!
    -A2- likes this.
  4. NoOriginality

    NoOriginality Member

    Well no.... if you get a network from a main company like Verizon, Comcast or Google, it won't be blocked. It would be viewed as a resadential network.

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