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Sea of Thieves Ban Cleaner | SoT Registry Cleaner

UNDETECTED Sea of Thieves Ban Cleaner

 Last Version: 12/02/2022

 Developers: CrizzyIdk

Sea of Thieves Ban Cleaner is a Hacking Tool for SoT that cleans the registries of the game, making your next account safe to play.

If you are an agressive cheater for Sea of Thieves that really enjoys using Cheats and Hacks for Sea of Thieves with features such as Aimbot, ESP Wallhack and many more that you can find on our website. This is tool is when a Sea of Thieves account of yours gets banned and you need to clean all the traces, logs and other stuff that the game has left behind. You just need to enter some prompts after the tool has opened and you are good to go. And here’s a bit more about the Sea of Thieves Ban Cleaner from the dev:

Hey guys, this is essentially a registry cleaning for Sea of Thieves restrictions. Even so, there are certain measures to take and it is still in the works.
Kierak was the one who provided me the registry keys and given me permission to turn it into an exe/auto cleanup instead of manually deleting them.

How to Use Sea of Thieves Ban Cleaner

  1. Reinstall windows and use a different Microsoft account and steam account with sea of thieves.
  2. Open cleaner.
  3. press Y on your keyboard (make sure its capital).
  4. It should clean within a few seconds. Restart PC.
  5. Then you can Sea of Thieves.
  6. Also keep in mind that it is still in development, and I am not 100% sure if this works every time, so if you want to test it that would be great. And if you do test it, and it works please reply to this forum post.

Sea of Thieves Ban Cleaner | Changelog

Changelog for 0.2

I added self deletion, and I fixed an error which caused it to say ” ‘Please’ is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.”, this was because I was using system(“please restart pc”) instead of system(“echo please restart pc”). (Also I know I could’ve used printf or cout, idk why I used that.



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