Teamspeak Spoofer / unban

Discussion in 'Other' started by Damnatio, Mar 25, 2016.

  1. Damnatio

    Damnatio New Member

    Hey Community,

    i just wanna release my "Teamspeak Spoofer". With this Spoofer you can avoid Teamspeak Bans. It just changes your Windows Product ID and backup your original one to restore it.

    • Spoof Windows Product ID
    • Save the original Product ID
    • Generate a random Product ID every 5 seconds
    • Start a new Teamspeak instance

    Download and unzip it. Run Teamspeak and the Spoofer. If you get banned click the Spoof-Button, connect to a VPN and create a new Teamspeak identity and connect again. To restore the original Product ID just close the Spoofer or click the Restore-Button.

    You need to install the Calibri font!

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    Kind Regards,
    Damnatio / Flo
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  2. Tayyab Khan

    Tayyab Khan New Member

    Great Keep it Up (Y) ;)
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  3. Sen66

    Sen66 New Member

    Good job! Working perfectly
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  4. Supervisor

    Supervisor Administrator Head Moderator TS3 Dev-Team WebApp Dev-Team

    /sticked :)
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  5. Damnatio

    Damnatio New Member

    Thanks! :)
  6. Bluscream

    Bluscream Contributing Member

    Or just leave your ProductID empty...
  7. Qraktzyl

    Qraktzyl Contributing Member

  8. Asphyxia

    Asphyxia Web Admin Administrator Moderator

    Just an idea I had earlier and Dedmen added to my idea:
    Perhaps make TeamSpeak 3 change the ProductID in memory, so that no restart is required --- no new instance of TeamSpeak 3 launching. Here is Dedmen's idea --- a plugin that activates when you are banned from a server. Once you are banned the plugin could --- activate your VPN/proxy and change your ProductID in memory for example, then perhaps even auto-reconnect. That would be perfect almost an instant unban. :cool:
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  9. Bluscream

    Bluscream Contributing Member

    The tool changes a entry in the windows registry; the DWORD key "ProductID". If you delete the content of this key and save it empty teamspeak generates a new one everytime the client is started/on every new connection so the whole app would be useless.
  10. Bluscream

    Bluscream Contributing Member can everything except changing/clearing your ProductID. It even changes the mac adress on linux machines.
  11. Ridicc

    Ridicc Moderator

    That could lead to problems with other applications but if you don't care about this it is a nice alternative way.
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  12. Derp

    Derp TS3 Dev-Team WebApp Dev-Team Contributor

    Fixed :3
  13. Bluscream

    Bluscream Contributing Member


    Works fine for me with empty productid.
  14. Derp

    Derp TS3 Dev-Team WebApp Dev-Team Contributor

    Yep. Teamspeak doesn't generate a new "productid". It just doesn't send one at all :p
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  15. Bluscream

    Bluscream Contributing Member

    Banning a client on a TS³ server creates a banhash in the database generated from
    • Windows: ProductID
    • Linux: MAC Adress
    So if you manage to clear/change that you can unban yourself by just changing UID/IP.
  16. ehthe

    ehthe Contributing Member

    On linux you can hook the ioctl call and block it when necessary :p
    (the same could apply to windows)
  17. ScoRpZz

    ScoRpZz VIP

  18. Greepace

    Greepace New Member

    Is it able to block this on a server? I dont want to get some kids with too much time on my ts, haha.
  19. Ridicc

    Ridicc Moderator

    The only way to prevent this is blocking vpn connections from your server.
  20. xCensored

    xCensored New Member

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