Hello! New member here and just purchased the $15/month membership. I’m having an issue while trying to track the out of stock text for a website. On my own PC it works just fine until maybe a 4 or 5 hours have passed and then it requires a puzzle piece verification, or a image select verification to make sure you’re human. At this point it fails. This was why i purchased membership, since using proxy’s its much less likely to happen. I set it up on the proxy to do the same just like my PC, and its still happening, but of course more randomly since its different IP’s (proxy). I feel like this is happening far too often though, is there no way to fix this? Image below shows how often its happening. Also here is the code it runs:
Hello @vyserage - welcome to the community forum. So far it looks like 30% success rate using cloud. Are you using any premium proxy or the default shared pool? If you can share more details about the website being monitored, I can check it out and share recommendations about the proxy to be used. Thanks!
Hi! Im using the resedential US proxys, and here is a pic of what im trying to monitor, marked in orange-the number amount so in this case ( 1 - 4 of 4 ):
edit: Based in prior replies in this thread, it would seem there is no way to solve the human verify issue. The reason mine get so many errors is because the page its loading is searching for the 1 -4 of 4 text i told it to but it loaded a verify human page instead. I might as well just use the free membership and use my own local monitor and just have to set the checks to super low, unfortunately
That or deal with manually verifying the human checks every so often on my local PC. How unfortunate
At this point, we do not have a direct integration with these tools & its not on our immediate roadmap.
Almost all real-life scenarios are addressed either via premium proxies or by using a local monitor.
Can you share the specific scenarios where you see value for the integration?
but in these instances there would be value for the tool described above. The matter of the conversation was: is there a way to work around captchas? I provided one. Answer was: Premium proxies (what’s that anyways) and a local monitor help. - Ok. I provided a link and asked whether a local monitor can help. An answer is still open whether a local monitor can help with the site provided below