Android does not require human verification to function.
However, I noticed that tags also show android applications. So, I assume you have an android app that requires you to verify your identity by performing human verification.
If the human verification states: Download these apps/buy these items/get a gift card for free…
It’s all a hoax!!
It is essentially a scam. When you continue downloading/buying/freezing gift cards, it keeps saying: 1 more go. But it never ends.
The human verification is something like CAPTCHA or reCAPTCHA (improved Version), drag to complete the puzzle, enter a twisted image text…something so simple that a computer algorithm cannot complete it while a human can complete it in seconds.
Why don’t I finish a human verification?
You are not a robot. Robots can have infinite patience. Humans, however, don’t.
You can’t do human verification if you use a VPN. Websites will suspect you are a robot if you use a VPN to connect to multiple computers with the same IP address. Websites with too many users using the same IP address will be more difficult to verify. This problem can be solved in three ways:
Do not use VPN.
Change your VPN service location.
Another VPN service that offers more IP addresses and locations is recommended.
Is it possible to hack human verification?
You should remember that the Turing tests (captcha), implemented to stop botting and unauthorized script-access access, don’t require you to pass them on every query you make. If you aren’t being asked to do so, the site likely has stored a cookie/session value that indicates that you’re allowed to use the site. This is because you already passed the Turing test to prove you’re a sentient being. To get around these tricks, you can simply add the correct cookie to your script so that the site thinks it’s you.
This is why you should not rely solely on an authentication method that is easily accessible. If you decide to go this route, make sure that you have other detection methods. For example, how long was the time between requests if the site detects too many requests within a time frame (almost inhuman requests kind of give away)
Is it possible to hack a system without the need for a human being?
This has been proven with botnets and high-profile malware scripts. The victim base is too big for one person to examine and can sometimes be too large to maintain efficiently.
Most of these methods involve a server constantly waiting for information from the victim’s machine via malicious code. This can then be transferred onto any CMS-like program or webpage and used to efficiently sort through large numbers of compromised systems.
How can you skip human verification?
I assume you mean the “are you a robot” prompts found on the internet. This happens when your IP address is blocked as a proxy or suspicious traffic is coming from your address. These situations usually happen with free or cheaper shared proxies. I recommend that you look into residential proxies and dedicated proxies. Residential proxies
A direct relationship with an ISP makes them more reliable online. Specialized proxies can only be used by one user at a time, so they are less likely than proxy servers to be detected in general.
Is it possible to bypass the “human verification” on a website?
Google’s human verification process is simple: “Just check the mark within a box.” Google’s background does a lot more. You can check if you have a Google account. How did your mouse move toward the checkbox position?
Some tools allow you to move your mouse automatically if you have a browser and a computer. This verification can be completed easily if you log in to your Google account from the browser.
Google offers many other methods to verify that you are human. However, not all are available publicly.