BOT OR NOT? Why can’t bots check ‘ I am not a robot’ checkboxes?
Clicking the ‘i am not a robot’ is an inconsequential part of what those CAPTCHAS are actually looking for. The CAPTCHAS are usually looking for things like:
Did the user instantly move their mouse to the exact co-ordinates of the CAPTCHA box, or did he scroll through the entire page?
Now, here comes the tricky part: taking too long to find the box is a red flag. but so is finding it too quickly. Generally, to get around the RECAPTCHA, one needs to find out 4 – 5 different areas to click in addition to the first click. Most users use CAPTCHA services, which are real people solving them and returning the answer for you. it usually doesn’t take a human more than 5 minutes to answer a few CAPTCHA questions. if you take too long to answer, they’ll make you do another image check challenge.
usually, it’s very difficult to make a bot move the mouse, scroll and react to a page load like humans do. Even if it managers to fool RECAPTCHA, it’ll be asked to do a few more image check challenges, before it’s blocked from the website completely.