Recently we’ve got a tricky website of dynamic content to scrape. The data are loaded thru XHRs into each part of the DOM (HTML markup). So, the task was to develop an effective scraper that does async while using reasonable CPU recourses.
Recently we encountered a website that worked as usual, yet when composing and running scraping script/agent it has put up blocking measures.
In this post we’ll take a look at how the scraping process went and the measures we performed to overcome that.
In a previous post we’ve considered the ways to disguise an automated Chrome browser by spoofing some of its parameters – Headless Chrome detection and anti-detection. Here we’ll share the practical results of Fingerprints testing against a benchmark for both human-operated and automated Chrome browsers.
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