automation – How to repeatedly perform google search without being asked for human verification?

Suppose that you want to perform repeated google search through automation, then, once every 20-30 searches, google might ask you for human verification, which is very hard for a non-human agent to complete.

How do you repeatedly perform google search with minimal hassle?


Here is what I tried to avoid the human verification:

  1. Change LAN IP: Does not work at most of the times.

  2. Use a VPN to switch IP: works but I don’t have enough IP address.

  3. Change browser: works inconsistently.


PS: Sincerely apologize that I did not read the on-topic info before I post my first question.

automation – Scripts to repeatedly perform google search without asking for human verification

I am trying to write scripts to perform google search; however, once every 20-30 searches, google as us for human verification, which is very hard for a non-human agent to complete.

I tried the following things to avoid the human verification:

  1. Change LAN IP: Does not work at most of the times.

  2. Use a VPN to switch IP: works

  3. Change browser. It magically works!

What is the rationale behind the option 3? Do you know other methods or apps that works?

Do you think this will be a valid question on more professional SE sites like the stackoverflow?

color – Why do typical imaging sensor colour filter spectral responses differ so much from the human eye spectral response?

As you know, the human eye has light sensitive rod shaped cells that see light and shadow. These allow vision in dim light conditions however, this view will be monochromatic. The center area of the retina contains cone cells that are pigmented. These selectivity provide color vision. The majority of people have cone cells sensitive to red, green, and blue, the primary colors for mixing light sources.

The color vision we have is not fixed as to its sensitivity of colors. Our eyes have an amazing ability to make adjustments, in other words, an involuntary ability to shift hues based on conditions.

You can prove this for yourself. Procure some colored filters. Cellophane gift-wrap will do. Place a red filter over one eye. Stare about the room for a few minutes and then remove the filter. The filtered eye has changed its sensitivity (quire a lot), the un-filtered eye did not change. This involuntary color sensitivity change is eye independent. Try different color filters, and blink, right eye, left eye, you will be amazed.

OK, the camera, be it film or digital consists of a light sensitive material. The color sensitivity of film is adjusted using colored dyes called sensitizing dye. These alter the sensitive of film which in its natural state is only sensitive to violet and blue.

Digital cameras use colored filters over the light sensitive sights on the imaging chip. The color of the filters and the ratio of red, green, and blue filters, to each other is adjusted to force the chip to register colors in a similar way as does our eye/brain combination. Look up Bayer Matrix or Bayer Pattern on the web. The red, green, and blue filters over the light sensitive sites are arrange in a special pattern that modulates (modifies) the light that reached the photo receptors so that they mimic the human eye. Bayer is the Kodak engineer that figured this out.

fiat – What kind of human makes a single 300 BTC transaction?

What kind of person makes such a transaction?

Its important to understand how bitcoin transactions work here. Whoever spent that output didn’t necessarily send 300 BTC to someone else!

Under the hood, BTC exist as ‘unspent transaction outputs’ (UTXOs). Each UTXO has a certain value (the number of bitcoin it represents), for example someone may own a 300 BTC UTXO. To spend any amount of that money, the entire UTXO is consumed as input to a transaction, and new transaction outputs (UTXOs) will be created at the same time.

So if you owned a 300 BTC UTXO, and wanted to send someone 1 BTC, the transaction might look like this (ignoring transaction fees):

Inputs: (300 BTC) --> Outputs: (1 BTC) (299 BTC)

Of course, it is also possible that someone really did spend 300 BTC all in one go. Or it is possible that those BTC were just transferred between two addresses that are owned by the same user. Or maybe multiple people were paid at the same time! Without being party to the transaction in question, its tough to say much more for certain.

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Bokeh of the human eye – How does it look like & vary across apertures and individuals?

Bokeh highlights project the light spots as the shape of the iris, in the human case, pupil. This is round and stays that way when you stop down. A cat would see them as oblong pointy ellipsoids. The next feature that decides the bokeh look at spherical aberrations, which are more difficult to predict. Maybe this component is affected if you use glasses, especially if you need correctional glasses like I have 60degrees on one eye. I found this text:

http://www.telescope-optics.net/eye_aberrations.htm

Apparently we normally do have nice correction and then it should fade towards the edges, like the best of the best lenses. And when you are near and long sighted yours focal length and eye ball distance dont match.

Another study finds a bias towards negative spherical aberration, which makes better defocus (bokeh balls) edges when focusing closer than the object.

I’ve done some tests and agree that the bokeh ball is near perfect round, but has a texture on it. This must be due to the uneven distribution of receptors, organic matter, and the “blind spot” we have where the nerve connector is.

The third thing that affects the view of the balls is the F number – relative size of the iris to the focal length. Research found that pupils are around 4-9mm depending on age. The focal length (not 35mm EQ!) is 17-22mm depending on how you measure it. This gives a span of F1.8-F5.5, so in most cases we would go around with F2.8-F4.

http://hypertextbook.com/facts/2002/JuliaKhutoretskaya.shtml

The balls created by focusing closer then the highlight are rather small and fading to the outside edges, making them seem even smaller than the balls e.g. here at F1.4:

http://www.sequoiagrove.dk/images/sweetdreamsL.jpg

But a laser pointer at 3 meters distance did become a handsized bokeh ball when I focussed at 30cm. My eye that has 60deg correction was not making a uniform ball while my other eye did.

The Focal length is also in the equation:

http://www.marcuswinter.de/archives/1703

When using the F number as reference (your F3.5-5.6 zoom is really a fixed aperture lens, and your F2.8 zoom is variable aperture, but fixed F-number), it scales linearly with focal length (mult. crop factor) and the human vision is considered close to 50mm (eq.) , which the dog picture was taken at, so for the sake of simplicity lets not account for that:

So we would see the balls in the dog picture about 20-50% the size, a bit rounder, fading to the edges, and with textures inside.But if you have the highlights closer then your focus, the balls take a hard-edged look and seem larger (probably also due to closeness).

This is all theoretical from my part, so take it for what it is. I might investigate further and update with my findings (again).

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system compromise – How did SolarWinds get hacked? And was the Orion update put out without human approval?

Obviously there is massive information about the SolarWinds Orion hack itself of the malicious DLL injected into the update: https://www.fireeye.com/blog/threat-research/2020/12/evasive-attacker-leverages-solarwinds-supply-chain-compromises-with-sunburst-backdoor.html

But how did the SolarWinds company themselves get infiltrated? Are details of that available?

Also, was the update to the Orion software put live on their HTTP source by the hackers, or approved and put live by someone within the company?

How was the code injected into the DLL? In the source code or post-build?

I’m looking for technical details about the source of the compromise, not the chain reaction from it.

Changing player between bot and human in python tic tac toe

as a noob I have been given the following assignment in my python course creating Tic Tac Toe on Python (Jupyter Notebook used). Granted my coding looks almost childish compared to some of the more advanced examples ive seen, but I am still in the process of learning the various built-in functions and becoming more efficient, so I apologise for that. The issue regards the changing of human player (‘X’) and bot (‘O’) after 1st move of human. below is my code and the final output. could anyone possibly advise as to why the player never changes after the first round of the while loop?

winner = False
moves = 0
curr_player = 'X'

 while winner == False or moves < 10:    
    player_choice(curr_player)
    print (f'(The current player is {curr_player})')
    final_output()
    if result_check() == True:
        winner == True
        break
    if game_on() == False:
        break
    if curr_player == 'X':
        curr_player == 'Y'
    else:
        curr_player == 'X'
    moves += 1
    
    if winner == True:
        print(f'(We have a winner, player {curr_player})')
        print(final_output())
    else: print("Game has been ended by User...goodbye")

The function I used to alternate the moves between bot and human was as follows:

def player_choice(mover):

    placed = ''
    placed_2 = ''
    filled_cells = ()
    
    if mover == 'O':
        while placed_2 == '':
            bot_choice = random.randint(0,8)
            print(f'(the bots choice was {bot_choice})')
            if bot_choice not in filled_cells:
                test(bot_choice) = 'O'
                placed_2 == "done"
                filled_cells.append(bot_choice)
                return True
   
    elif mover == 'X':
        while placed == '':
            p_choice = int(input('Please select cell from 1-9 : ')-1)
            if test(p_choice) not in filled_cells:
                test(p_choice) = 'X'
                filled_cells.append(p_choice)
                placed == 'done'
                return True
            elif test(p_choice-1) in filled_cells:
                print('Sorry, that cell has been chosen, please select another')

My result looks as follows:

Result of game showing no bot('O') input