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THE LAB #11: The Anti-Detect Anti-Bot matrix
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The most interesting GitHub Repositories about web scraping (2023)
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THE LAB #10: Bypass Cloudflare Bot Protection with GoLogin
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THE LAB #9: Scraping OpenSea NFT’s data
The NFT hype cycle In the past week, a scandal that involves the famous influencer Logan Paul and his crypto project called “Criptozoo” exploded, thanks to the Cofeezilla investigations (you can see the full story here). Basically, it seems that this crypto game has never been delivered for multiple factors but people, trusting the public profile of Logan, put several million USD into it, hoping to have some return, a thing that never happened. It’s nothing new under the Crypto sun, Ponzi schemes promising impossible returns on investments are discovered every day, and surprisingly there’s always someone who got caught in the fishnet…
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THE LAB #8: Using Bezier curves for human-like mouse movements
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THE LAB #7: Scraping PerimeterX protected websites
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Selenium vs Playwright, a comparison
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THE LAB #6: Changing Ciphers in Scrapy to avoid bans by TLS Fingerprinting
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The Lab #5 – Scraping Airbnb.com using GraphQL
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The Kallax Index – Scraping Ikea websites
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Create your first python scraper with Scrapy
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THE LAB #3: Scraping Cloudflare protected websites
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THE LAB #2: scraping data from a website with Datadome and xsrf tokens
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THE LAB #1: Scraping data from an app
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