To install RocketCop you'll need to download the installer here.
Creating a profile
Above: Profile list overview
The first thing you're gonna need to do to setup RocketCop will be to create a profile.
Your profiles will be used to checkout on your tasks so make sure that all of the informations are correct.
You can easily duplicate a profile by clicking on the
duplicate button in the
RocketCop can manage an infinite amount of profiles and a profile can be assigned to one or multiple tasks.
Creating a Captcha Harvester
To be able to solve captchas you will need to create at least one captcha harvester, to do so please refer to this section
Creating a task
Above: Task list overview
A task describe the action of trying to checkout a specific item on a given website.
RocketCop provides you with numerous options to configure your tasks for your needs.
To create a new task:
- Go to the
- Select the Website of your tasks in the list or click
- Click on
- Profile: The profile that will be used by the task to checkout.
- Task Name: A unique name identifier for the task.
- Min Price: The task will not proceed to payment if the product's price is below this value.
- Max Price: The task will not proceed to payment if the product's price is greater than this value.
- Start At Specific Time: If checked, the task will automatically start at the entered time.
- Cart Strategy: Choose if you want the bot to checkout using a product url or using keywords.
- Color: Optional - If entered, the task will try to checkout the product with the given color.
- Restart On Failure If enabled, the task will restart automatically if the checkout doesnt succeed.
Product-url specific options
- Product Url: This option will be displayed only with the
Product Urlcart strategy, it corresponds to the product link the bot will use to add to cart.
- Auto Start On Restock: Only available with the
Product Urlstrategy. The task will automatically start when a restock is catched by our Restock Monitor.
Keywords specific options
- Keywords: Keywords are words used to find a product. You can add multiple keywords by separating them with a "," (comma) and you can add negative keywords by prepending them by a "-".
Products that matches a negative keyword will be ignored.
Example of keywords to match a Box Logo Hoodie but not a "Script Hooded Hoodie":
- +box, +logo, +hoodie, -script
Advanced task configuration
RocketCop gives you the ability to configure advanced options for your tasks.
- Use Proxy: If set, the task will be run using a proxy.
- Bypass captcha: If enabled, the task will bypass the captcha. Use with caution as it can lead to ghost orders - Only works in full-request-mode.
- Checkout Mode: Browser mode uses an automated browser to fill checkout infos, it is slower than request mode but it is safer thanks to the typing simulation. Full request mode is way faster but can lead to more card declines.
- Checkout Delay: The time in milliseconds that the task will wait for before attempting to checkout.
- Refresh Delay: The time in milliseconds between each refresh when a product is sold out or not found.
Browser mode specific options
- Simulate Typing: If enabled, the bot will simulate human interaction to fill checkout infos, it is slower but can avoid card declines.
- Typing delay: The average milliseconds between each keystrokes when simulating human typing. 5ms is considered a safe value.
- Headless: If enabled, the browser will run in the background, otherwise it will be visible to the user.
- Automatic Proxy Assign: The task will automatically be assigned a proxy from your proxies list.
- Rotate each run: The proxy will change at each checkout attempt.
- Use specific: Use a specific proxy for the task.
Starting a task
Once your tasks are configured you should see them listed in the
You can manually start a task by clicking on the
Run button or by selecting one or multiple tasks and clicking
Once your task is started, the
Status column of the task should update and the
stop button should appear.
You can stop a task during its execution by simply clicking on the
RocketCop allows you to create captcha harvesters, a small program allowing you to manually generate captcha responses that will later be used by your tasks.
When a task encounters a captcha there are 2 possibilities: A Captcha response has already been harvested and hasn't been used by any task. No captcha responses are available.
If no captcha responses are available for use, the task will wait until you provide a valid captcha response.
The simplest way to handle captchas is to use a
Captcha Harvester before running your tasks.
Creating and managing Captcha Harvesters
RocketCop allows you to create multiple captcha harvesters. Each harvester will be assigned a different session, meaning that you can connect a different Google Profile for each harvester.
After creating a new captcha harvester, you will need to connect it to a Google Account to enable one-click captchas.
To do so, just click the Youtube icon in your captcha harvester.
To open a captcha harvester to start solving captchas, just click the
open button next to the YouTube button, you should see that status of your harvester as
This will open a captcha queue similar to the one on the screenshot.
When a task needs a captcha, the
Captcha Queue will automatically prompt you to solve a captcha. If the task's site is Supreme, the Captcha Queue will try to automatically solve the captcha using
Invisible ReCaptcha, if not, you will
have to manually click the captcha to solve it.
You can increase the chance of getting
1 click Captchas by logging into YouTube or Gmail.
To do so, click the
Youtube icon in your captcha harvesters, log into YouTube, let a video play in the background for a couple minutes then close the window.
You can add proxies by going into the
Proxy page and clicking
Once your proxies are added you can test them by selecting them and clicking
The format for proxies is
RocketCop tasks logs informations throughout the whole process, you can view the logs by going into the
When a RocketCop task completes, the Supreme order number is retrieved and monitored to get the status of the order.
You can view the status of your orders by going into the
Disclaimer An entry in the
Order page doesnt mean the order went through, it only means that your order has been submitted but not necessarily accepted by Supreme.
If you encounter any issue or have a suggestion, feel free to contact us through the
Feedback form on your bot or by sending us an email