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PROCESSING BLOCK: REQUEST = How do I open the bot log?



  • I've made a config, that works perfectly on the Stacker.
    But when it's in the Runner. These are the errors on all accounts. = no proxies.
    No Key Check too.

    <<< PROCESSING BLOCK: REQUEST > > >
    << < FINISHED WITH RESULT: NONE > > >

    I can't seem to find a way to open up the bot log menu. Is there a button or hotkey I can press?
    I already enabled the bot log and saved the settings.


  • Admin

    Right click on one of the "to check" hits you have on the right, and click on show full log



  • That helped it! Thanks.

    I didn't want to open another thread.
    I'm trying to convert a PASS to MD5 using the function block.
    However, I can't figure out to use the <PASSWORD> in the input string to change based on the wordlists.
    In the log below, I'm trying to emulate it using ToLowercase to explain better.

    <--- Executing Block FUNCTION --->

    Executed function ToLowercase on input <PASSWORD> with outcome <password>

    Parsed variable | Name: PASSH | Value: <password>


  • Admin

    Are you using the Credentials wordlist type? Check your Environment.ini



  • Yes I am. I've also switched my config to Credentials only to prevent further problems.
    ===== LOG FOR BOT #1 WITH DATA [email protected]:hellothere222 AND PROXY NONE =====

    <--- Executing Block FUNCTION --->
    Executed function ToLowercase on input <PASSWORD> with outcome <password>
    Parsed variable | Name: PASSH | Value: <password>



  • Fixed the problem by using <USER> <PASS>
    In Environment.ini, it shows as Slices=USERNAME,PASSWORD tho.



  • I'm having a problem with the bot. It returns as
    <<< PROCESSING BLOCK: REQUEST > > >
    << < FINISHED WITH RESULT: NONE > > >

    And everything goes to ToCheck. the log shows the correct details and response source.
    KeyCheck was made correctly and all too. No proxy used.


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