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What difference between click by mouse and script click in ie.au3 ?

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supperfake

I have a question. This is "What difference between click by mouse and script click in IE.au3  or some script such as mouseclick, control click  ? ". 

How do I find out the difference on a website which I own? Because user can cheat by many tool auto sush as imacros, or IE.au3, FF.au3, and a lot of script in autoit. Can I check it? If the answer is yes,  then how?  Is there any technology that can check this? 
what do you thinh about this? Thank for helping

 

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14 hours ago, supperfake said:

How do I find out the difference on a website which I own? Because user can cheat by many tool auto sush as imacros, or IE.au3, FF.au3, and a lot of script in autoit. Can I check it? If the answer is yes,  then how? Is there any technology that can check this?

Building a KI-algorithm on your webpage testing analysing the actions (time between clicks etc.)

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Posted (edited)
40 minutes ago, AutoBert said:

Building a KI-algorithm on your webpage testing analysing the actions (time between clicks etc.)

Thank you for feedback. Your way is to track user behavior. But tool can completely capture real user. Any other way?

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Subz

You could use CAPTCHA before someone enters a certain area of your site, this generally stops most automation scripts.  Search on Google for "Prevent web scraping" will give you a large number of ideas on how to prevent bots from scraping your website.

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supperfake

Thank all...

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