New to GSA Proxy Finder, give me a hand plox.
Let's say I have 4 different websites, all of them have a different language.
germany.travel (German language)
freeform.go.com (English language)
Kooora.com (Arabic language)
Nailed down the issue.
Seems to be related to some forum platforms, at the very least vBulletin.
Likely some anti-spam practices from vBulletin.
I deselected all platforms (only doing forums) and started ticking them on 1 by 1.
So far no issues …
Is there anything I can do about this issue settings wise?
I'm wondering if other settings (x posts per account) might be more reliable?
Please let me know if I can provide you with any kind of data to help fix this issue.
Eh, it's starting to look like Google was responsible for making me solve the same captchas over and over.
You can go ahead and delete this thread or edit the original post. No bugs in your software, Google is just being extra hard on bad guys who …
For whatever reason these sites keep on popping up in my captcha costs, even tho I no longer use "Retry to submit ot previously failed sites" there are 9+ additional requests to solve their captcha after it was already solved. I am no…
Made a clean project, tweaked settings a bit from default.
So far everything works just fine... my current suspicion is that "Retry to submit to previously failed sites=3" was causing high captcha use.
I'll try to reproduce high captchas use with …
If that is the case - is there a way for me to find out what exactly is causing high captcha use?
From what I've experienced, when using GSA search engines my captcha usage goes through the roof, yet when pasting a list of URLs without sear…
But I am having trouble fetching something as simple as cat gifs.
Simple search for "cat gifs" in Yandex yields a lot of results which can be extracted quite easily. I'm having issues getting same effect with your software.
Try it yourself, maybe …
Would it not make sense to use Google/Yandex to pull images directly from search engines & just let your users sort out the inconsistencies ? (There will be very few if any)
> Query: "cats filetype:gif"