EVE Online bot

EVE Master - EVE Online free bot

How it works?

How it works?

EVE Master securely reads EVE Online memory in real-time, it is safe, fast and can't be detected by the game or third parties. The data is available in simple graphical visualization form, and could be used by simple visual connections. For example you can take your ship current Shield value and use it for warping to a safe spot if the value is less you want. Just need to press Play button and EVE Master begins to execute it.

The concept is quit simple, just add needed node, connect it, that is all. If you there is no needed node, just create it. All what you see above is a dedicated node. You may use it as nested node inside another node.

You can use already created nodes by someone or create your own custom node for any solution you need. Nodes are very flexible to doing anything (exclude Planetary Production).

Node Store

Node Store

Node Store is a marketplace where you can find different nodes for any type of activity in EVE. There are already full automated bots, or small peaces of logic for construction your own ideal bot. If you had created a cool node, share it with it, we love new nodes. It makes the life easeir, when we have a node for anything. Just download and use it - what can be better?

Security

Every smart players worry about cyber sequrity. Nobody want to be identified or banned. EVE Master makes everything to protect your privacy. We have a complex solutions which makes it real and nobody can spy your information. Your activity is invisible, because EVE Master does not use any detectable ways to interract with EVE Online. There is no DLL injections which could be recognized by developers or as mailware software. EVE Master scans EVE Online RAM on the fly, parse it and make it readable to Nodes

Important security recommendations
  • Please don't use your real Username which you are using in EVE Online account or character name in the game, because when you sharing any node, the author nickname became visible for everyone.
  • Don't write your character names or your favorite Solar System and Station names in "Shared" Nodes. Because all data in "Shared" nodes are shared with all the data inside the node.