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The difference between IE click and mouse click ?

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luckyluke

Hi

I was coding a program that auto click link on IE. But if i use _IEAction($oLink, "click"), some websites detect it and notify that: Please use mouse to click on link...

So, please tell me The difference between IE click and mouse click, and how to use mouse to click on link by text

Thanks

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DaleHohm

There is an "event" object that can be examined in Javascript that can reveal state and attribute information about the mouse, keyboard, and some other info. I've seen some pages start to check these things to see that, not only was a click event received, but that the mouse cursor was where it expected it to be when it occurred.

I would only expect these lengths to be gone to on sites that are trying hard to avoid bots.

You should be able to overcome this, but you will have to study and be able to understand the tactics being used for detection (will require both Javascript and DOM knowledge). Hint: look at the onclick event code on the page.

Dale


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goldenix

Can you post a site that detects it? please.

You can also try to disable Active scripting in IE.

Internet options - Security - Custom lvl, its in the very bottom.

& set IE to not Show pictures, the pages will load faster this way.

& post a link, please i want to check it out.


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luckyluke

There is an "event" object that can be examined in Javascript that can reveal state and attribute information about the mouse, keyboard, and some other info. I've seen some pages start to check these things to see that, not only was a click event received, but that the mouse cursor was where it expected it to be when it occurred.

I would only expect these lengths to be gone to on sites that are trying hard to avoid bots.

You should be able to overcome this, but you will have to study and be able to understand the tactics being used for detection (will require both Javascript and DOM knowledge). Hint: look at the onclick event code on the page.

Dale

Thank Dale, i'm trying.

Can you post a site that detects it? please.

Some site you can try:

http://www.myhpf.co.uk/apply001.asp

http://paybux.de/surf.php?r=

http://adstab.com/surf.php

i'm trying to make a bot to auto insert text, sumit and click on a link. But he detected me and stop it.

Edited by luckyluke

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