Identifying Bad Bots That Failed CAPTCHA with Distil

March 15, 2016

In this tutorial video, you'll learn how to use the CAPTCHA Requests Report to determine how effective the CAPTCHA challenge pages have been in terms of letting human users in and blocking malicious bots. CAPTCHA forms that have failed or have been unattempted generally signify a malicious bot (or automated browser) that 1) behaves beyond “normal” user behavior, 2) receives the CAPTCHA, and 3) is either unable to complete the form or ditches the effort and moves to another site or page.

 

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