From Reddit to the blog comments that we see posted on Roblox’s blog. Even if you go on YouTube, you’ll see detailed videos explaining the reasons why so many users believe that the end of days for Roblox is near. However, there’s something missing from all this information, there’s no real explanation as to why so many people believe that Roblox is going to end. Which is why we decided to make a post on our private Facebook Group to further discuss the reasons why we believe so many users are in despair. So here’s our top 5 reasons why we believe people assume Roblox is ending.
#1: The recent removal of Tickets/Tix
Yeah, we know how bad this hurt the Roblox economy in regards to the people monetizing in the game, alongside of how less-fortunate users are now practically doomed if they don’t find another way to supply their spending habits. We get it, things kinda went south when this update was implemented. But it shouldn’t be any indication of Roblox coming to an end. In fact, ever since this update was implemented, our hack has been busier than EVER!
#2: Servers aren’t as busy as they once were.
This has nothing to do with the real user population. However, I will admit that this was due to the most recent update/removal of tickets/tix. Although this didn’t affect many active or dedicated users, it did affect those who botted accounts with the intention to transfer funds to main accounts. After this update, many of the users who were botting their accounts either quit or were banned due to their botting actives/account farming actives.
#3: Some servers were closed down.
There were certain investigations that were created internally that suggested certain servers contained more security flaws than others. Because of this, certain game modes and certain servers were targeted and removed. Some think that this is directly related to reason #2, but I don’t believe that this is the case.
#4: Admins have gone HAYWIRE!!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!111!!!!! ZOMgggggg
No, your admins are no possessed, nor are they any demonic entities. They don’t mean to cause harm and only take action when they see somebody doing something illegal, disgusting or wrong. there have been many times that I’ve been spotted by administrators, and despite my account being hacked to SHIT, they didn’t do anything/take action. Admins are not going crazy, people are going crazy because of the rumors regarding admins going crazy.
#4: Roblox was secretly bought out. (Rumor)
NO, no. Just NO. Seriously, whoever created this rumor should probably look for more entertaining hobbies. Because this rumor in itself had made it all the way to Tumblr and back. And for some reason, it’s sticking. ACTUALLY, I think whomever created this rumor should get a medal, or some kind of award, they’re entitled to it. Because never had I seen something spread so fast, it almost seemed like a virtual wildfire.
To end this little article, and to answer the questions of many. NO, roblox is definitely NOT coming to an end anytime soon. This is just a rumor spread by intolerable little kiddies with nothing better to do than spread rumors.
Roblox will last for years and years to come!…
The real question here isn’t whether to cheat or not, it is when you’re eventually going to cheat as well.
Many players on Roblox cheat – it’s just a part of the game. Log onto any community server and have a look around. There’s cheaters almost everywhere. If you really want to get ahead of the game without sacrificing time and money into growing your profile, then cheating is the option for YOU.
Way back when I used to play Roblox frequently, I’d log onto the server, obtain the typical 10 tix a day and roam around until I found something to do/people to talk to. Every gosh darn server I had gone on featured hackers. People modifying game data to either cause havoc or to generate Robux. ( When client side hacks were still possible )
I’d look around and see people wearing some of the most rare items, in pure awe in how they’re able to afford them and I’m not. And the sick part is, these people claimed to be hackers. And that comes to my next point. Although it’s easy to get ahead in the game when you buy robux, not everybody can afford to do so. For many years I played without spending a single dollar on Roblox. More so, I played so vigorously and for hours at end with almost nothing to show for it. I worked tirelessly on building my inventory and diversifying my investments and made less than somebody who started the game in a week. You want to know the shocking truth? IT DOESN’T TAKE TIME TO GENERATE ROBUX.
In fact, let’s enforce this little tidbit of information. It doesn’t take much to hack Roblox to generate currencies. Yeah, you heard that correctly. IT DOESN’T TAKE MUCH TO HACK ROBLOX. In fact, ever since I discovered how to do so in a more permanent and undetectable fashion, I immediately switched from playing so legitimately and went full on /hackermode. Gone are the days of Tix and here come the days of the community lessening in population due to the cost of playing. Which is the entire reason why we created this hack all-together. If you’re playing a video game and not having fun, what’s the point?
Although, this doesn’t really answer the question. Why should YOU cheat on roblox?
And to answer the question that started off this whole rant, I’m going to need a least a few key points to explain.
#1: Time is money
The time that you spend trying to farm away as many robux as possible, you could be at the top of your game, literally being the roblox PIMP. The more time you waste away playing legitimately, the less time you’ll have to enjoy when you’re at a comfortable level to play how YOU’d like to play.
#2: Everybody is doing it:
Why would you want to be left behind when practically the entire roblox population is doing it? Don’t be stuck in the past, let alone stuck on such an easy choice. Everybody is doing it, why shouldn’t you?
#3: It’s nearly impossible to get caught:
Of course, if you’re bragging about your most recent discovery shit will hit the fan and you’ll most likely get banned because of it. However, as long as you keep a low profile and not generate unheard of amounts of robux, you should be completely fine.
If you’re stuck on making this decision, we don’t blame you. However, don’t get upset when everybody surpasses your robux net-worth.…
I remember when I first stared hacking, I was only 11 years old. Then again, hacking back then was something completely different compared to what I do these days. I was one of those skids that would intentionally ddos a COD4 server down because I found a YouTube tutorial teaching me how to do it. The worst part was, I did this because I thought I was a great hacker. Hell, I could even say that I thought I was a “professional hacker”. Ratting my siblings PC’s for the hell of it and spying on their activities because I thought it was funny. Little did I know that I would turn this into a career.
There came a point in life when I got into serious trouble because of my hacking endeavors. In fact, so much trouble I had to go to court because of the illegal activities I was doing online, such as ddossing very large websites down with private bot networks, stealing steam accounts, selling them for money and last but not least penetrating website servers using the same old method I’ve been using for years now – SQL Injection.
Before I go all proverbial and lecture you on why hacking is bad, let me begin by saying, if it weren’t because of these activities of mine I wouldn’t have the job I have today, let alone work for the company that I currently work for. But don’t let that be a motivator for you, because hacking can be extremely harmful if done incorrectly or with the wrong intentions in mind. To me, there’s absolutely no harm done when hacking a videogame. However, when your intention is to completely decimate somebodies livelihood, then that’s not that great. Learn from the mistakes of many skids including myself, don’t hack somebody you shouldn’t hack, let alone somebody you might affect in a drastic way.
The rant above has nothing to do with the topic of this post, let alone the point I’ve been trying to get to. On the other hand, it constructs the story, to a point where it’s much more understandable if you were to hear what I said previously first. Hence, the reason I chose to rant first and talk later.
So, why do you enjoy hacking so much Cameron?
The thrill mainly. More so, the time in which I need to complete a process in. Not only can this be absolutely exhilarating, it can really make you think things through pretty thoroughly. From the date of my birth, I’ve been one about the small details. I LOVE solving problems and investigating things all the way down to something extremely specific. These can be considered a small reason as to why I love hacking so much.
“If that only accounts for a portion of the reasons why you enjoy hacking, then what the FUCK accounts for the rest?”
To be very honest, the money. This is the sad reality in it all, and I’m not sure if many people are honest about the figures they make as a professional hacker. ME? Well, I make a very decent living in being one, which really drives me to do more and become better. Although this is a passion of mine, I’m predominantly driven by the money I make in hacking.
This doesn’t mean that I don’t enjoy it. If that wasn’t the case, I wouldn’t have created projects like this. I heavily enjoy hacking – it’s just that I’m more driven by the money it generated now than I was before.…
As the years pass by, fake roblox cheats and hacks are becoming more and more apparent. Heck, just look on any major search engine for “roblox hack” and you’ll see TONS of results. None of which are ever legitimate. I remember a time when there used to be a plentiful amount of roblox hacks on the web, both software and web based. These were taken down many years ago, most likely because the project creators either ran out of funds or dropped the projects due to other IRL reasons. Point is, legitimate roblox hacks are becoming instinct, not only because of the ever-apparent fake hacks we see around, but because people have lost hope in investing into projects like our own.
And the thing is, I don’t blame any of them for dropping a project like this. There have been many times we’ve faced complications much bigger than ourselves, or at least that’s what it felt like. And in these times, we definitely considered putting the project to a pause, if not completely ending it. However, we got through these trails and faced them head on. Being in the security field, we’re always facing problems. Hell, I’d like to consider Cameron and I professional problem solvers. People that solve issues for a living.
That in itself is another reason why so many legitimate hacks have been put to a stop. Roblox frequently patches their security flaws, which can be extremely hard to get around. Needless to say, there’s always a way in. Nothing in the world is 100% secure. As not-so-assuring as that is for some of you to hear, it’s the truth. Sadly, the project coordinators/owners couldn’t face these facts and were forced to close down. In fact, we used to know one of these creators way back in the early days of roblox.
What really begs the question isn’t “why” real roblox cheats are becoming less prevalent, but “why” so many project creators in so many different niches are dropping their projects.
In essence, there’s always a time to move on from something, especially if you’re doing it for free. Luckily, both Cameron and I have a passion in what we do, which is why we continue to do it. I’d even go as far as to say that IF we didn’t have a passion for the things that we do, we probably wouldn’t be where we are today. Both in our projects like the one you see here AND our other personal projects., found in our career as security experts.
Personally, I believe the main reason why so many hacks are now gone is due to the over-inflation of liars and con artists. And society itself has a direct connection to this large pandemic that we see today. I don’t think it’s directly because of people losing hope, faith or intelligence to work around an issue. I think it’s society that’s the real issue here.
We could blame a lot of things for the inflation in fake hacks and fake cheats. But there’s one large thing we’re avoiding to blame, and that is ourselves.…