Bypassing Cloudflare Scrapeshield

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I'm working on a webscraping project, and I am running into problems with cloudflare scrapeshield. Does anyone know how to get around it? I'm using selenium webdriver, which is getting redirected to some lightspeed page by scrapeshield. Built with python on top of firefox. Browsing normally does not cause it to redirect. Is there something that webdriver does differently from a regular browser?

How do I fix this problem?
Jun 24 in Python by ana1504.k
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Scrapeshield basically checks if you are using a real browser, it's essentially checking your browser for certain bugs in them. Let's say that Chrome can't process an IFrame if there is a 303 error in the line at the same time, certain web browser react differently to different tests, so webdriver must not react to these causing the system to say "We got an intruder, change the page!".
answered Jun 24 by SDeb
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