These features would help to put a separation between who's macroing and who is a real player. The computer would start to track you. Then since its monitoring you it then logs what kind of axe that you're using and how long that you have been near the said tree, if it be walnut, willow or yew. (Only F2P) The program will check to find out whether you're a member or non-member and if you go to some other kinds of trees. I know that this last part probably wont happen, but its there to give you an notion about what could be occurring.
The monitoring process could be two different ways today. The very first way could be similar to this: You struck a willow for approximately 3 hours and then you get logged to be there for so long.... OR, You are a minimal level and you've got a high woodcutting level, this is very suspicious, the majority of the time. I am aware that a program like this couldn't be that difficult for the developers at Jagex to come up with, I mean if people can create key loggers and send them to individuals. Then the Jagex team can sure think of a program that could log who hits a tree for about a hour or two.
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