- Download Link
- Source Code
- Minecraft Versions
- 1.8-1.18 and all versions in between
- Compatible Java Versions
- Java 11 or later
Free software and high quality, LibertyBans is the best-designed punishment plugin. It can efficiently scale to large networks and operate on single servers with minimal resources.
- Effective and lightweight. No complicated installation and avoids unnecessary features.
- Option to use local file-based database (HyperSQL), or remote database (MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL).
- Enhanced database-oriented performance emphasising calculations in SQL. Low memory usage because punishments are stored almost completely in the database. Data is stored in minimal form as raw bytes instead of strings.
- Best practices for asynchronous calculations are followed. The performance cost of context switching is understood and avoided; the plugin does not blindly fire async tasks.
- Designed for high availability and concurrency. Minimal locking is employed while keeping state consistent; this is mostly realised through the fact that most plugin state is maintained in the database itself.
- Well-structured API providing a framework for other plugins to work with the plugin.
- Add and remove punishments:
- /ban, /ipban, /unban, /unbanip - bans or unbans a player or IP address
- /mute, /ipmute, /unmute, /unmuteip - mutes or unmutes a player or IP address
- /warn, /ipwarn, /unwarn, /unwarnip - warns or unwarns a player or IP address
- /kick, /ipkick - kicks a player or IP address
- Temporary versions of bans, mutes, and warns
- All player data is stored using UUIDs. This isn't a silly plugin which stores data by player name.
- List punishments:
- /banlist - shows all bans
- /mutelist - shows all mutes
- /history - shows all punishments for a player
- /warns - shows all warns for a player
- /blame - shows all the punishments a staff member has enacted
- Multiple means to block alt accounts:
- Automatic enforcement to block alt accounts. By default, when using IP-bans, alts are automatically banned from joining if the main account is banned. This behavior is configurable, and you can even increase the strictness of alt-checking.
- Manual /alts command - shows suspected alt accounts for a player.
- Alts notification on join - tells staff members when a player whose suspected alt is banned or muted.
- Options and behaviour are fully configurable. You can even tweak your connection pool and statement cache settings to fine-tune performance.
- Full multi-proxy and multi-instance support. You can place LibertyBans on the proxy if you use a single proxy, or on multiple backend servers.
- All dependencies are automatically downloaded with secure SHA-512 hashes used to validate the downloads. Additionally, builds of LibertyBans are reproducible from the source code, meaning checksums can be personally verified.
- Java 11
- Spigot/Paper or any forks thereof
InstallationLibertyBans will work out-of-the-box for most users.
- When using a single proxy, it is recommended, but not required, to install LibertyBans on the proxy itself.
- LibertyBans can also be installed on the backend servers if you are willing to configure multi-instance synchronization.
When the plugin first starts, it downloads its API and internal dependencies. This is normal, and can take a couple of seconds the first time. Afterward, the plugin should start faster. The method used to download dependencies is just as secure as if the dependencies were shaded – the expected hashes of the dependencies are hard-coded, so if the downloaded dependency's hash differs, it is not saved to the filesystem.
Please use Github issues: https://github.com/A248/LibertyBans/issues