The FiveBans platform is designed to protect the FiveM community servers from violators. The main purpose of the system is to store and maintain the global database of FiveM players, their rank (depending on the number of bans on servers), locks on servers, as well as feedback from server administrators.
Administrators of connected servers get access to the database using the HTTP protocol. Each administrator can check players, add and remove information about bans, while information about the players themselves gets into the system automatically.
At the moment when the player receives the ban in vRP or ESX - the server module transmits the information to the database. From this second, the entry becomes available for each of the connected servers.
We have prepared for administrators a set of resources that can be connected to both vRP and ESX. The plans for the development of modules for vBasic.
The project works on a non-commercial basis - this means that the administrator of any FiveM server can connect to the system and use all of its features for absolutely free.
For more information, see «How to connect».
Register in the system - registration page. For unconfirmed users, only the getinfo method is available.
After confirmation of the account, the administrator of the server will receive an authorization key - this key is used to protect the transmitted and sent to the database, so that third parties could not access it.
In the private page, resources for vRP and ESX - the main server frameworks, as well as the LUA script for connecting third-party development tools - are available for download. With the help of these resources, you can perform automatic locking with sending information to our database, as well as unlocking with removal from the database.
To connect to the system, you must apply.
All application requests are manually verified.