With all the high technology development, why can’t bots check boxes that say “I am not a robot”?

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With all the high technology development, why can’t bots check boxes that say “I am not a robot”?

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That check is watching the way your move your mouse as you approach the checkbox. It’s also only offered to users when they have good evidence from other signals like your IP, and browser settings that you are a real person.

The issue isn’t ticking the box. Ticking the box only initiates the process, and it checks for a few things to see of your recent browsing behavior has been natural and human enough. This is why it takes a small while to actually get ticked after clicking, and also why sometimes, despite you being definitely browsing normally, it also asks you to click stop signs, and crosswalks: Just a triple-check.

Among other things, it checks if you navigated websites normally, it checks if your mouse behavior is sloppy-ish, and whatever typing speed you get.

This isn’t perfect, either, as some bots still get through, but it catches the really bad ones, which helps a lot.

It is not about ticking the box, It is asking you a question, if you are a robot or not, and robots are so proud that they are not skin bags like us, they just can’t say no.

High end bots definitely can bypass those captchas… this things only keep away small developers or web scrappers.