User-Agent Switcher for Chrome
Originally Posted by Ayting69
With this browser, the Google captcha is always asked and sometime we have to do this 4/5 times to make it work.
On Chrome, it never shown, but I think Google do it on expect, they have classified the kiwi Browser as an unsecured browser or something like that I think.
But, there is a way to bypass this? To have less captcha
(the v1.1.0 in the chrome web store
doesn't work well)
Disguise as Chrome:
Add a new UA as what you see in the Chrome here
, then add the domain: ".*" in the extension's "Permanent Spoof List" with that UA.
Did work, as the extension (or this schema) is not perfect and I haven't found another available solution yet.
Just verified, tested UA:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/74.0.3729.169 Safari/537.36
The ideal solution would be what I described here
(#31), browser-level advanced browsing parameter support.
FYI, UA Detection Test:
HTTP Header Based