Scrapy with dynamic captcha

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Scrapy with dynamic captcha
Tag : python , By : dantino
Date : November 27 2020, 04:01 AM

I wish this help you Here's a complete solution to bypass the specified captcha using anticaptcha and PIL.
Due to the dynamic of this captcha, we need to grab a print screen of the img element containing the captcha. For that we use save_screenshot() and PIL to crop and save from PIL import Image from python_anticaptcha import AnticaptchaClient, ImageToTextTask from selenium import webdriver def get_captcha(): captcha_fn = "captcha.png" element = driver.find_element_by_name("imagen") # element name containing the catcha image location = element.location size = element.size driver.save_screenshot("temp.png") x = location['x'] y = location['y'] w = size['width'] h = size['height'] width = x + w height = y + h im = Image.open('temp.png') im = im.crop((int(x), int(y), int(width), int(height))) im.save(captcha_fn) # request anti-captcha service to decode the captcha api_key = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX' # api key -> https://anti-captcha.com/ captcha_fp = open(captcha_fn, 'rb') client = AnticaptchaClient(api_key) task = ImageToTextTask(captcha_fp) job = client.createTask(task) job.join() return job.get_captcha_text() start_url = "YOU KNOW THE URL" driver = webdriver.Chrome() driver.get(start_url) captcha = get_captcha() print( captcha )

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How do I set up Scrapy to deal with a captcha

Tag : python , By : user185144
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you It's a really deep topic with a bunch of solutions. But if you want to apply the logic you've defined in your post you can use scrapy Downloader Middlewares.
Something like:
class CaptchaMiddleware(object):
    max_retries = 5
    def process_response(request, response, spider):
        if not request.meta.get('solve_captcha', False):
            return response  # only solve requests that are marked with meta key
        catpcha = find_catpcha(response)
        if not captcha:  # it might not have captcha at all!
            return response
        solved = solve_captcha(captcha)
        if solved:
            response.meta['catpcha'] = captcha
            response.meta['solved_catpcha'] = solved
            return response
            # retry page for new captcha
            # prevent endless loop
            if request.meta.get('catpcha_retries', 0) == 5:
                logging.warning('max retries for captcha reached for {}'.format(request.url))
                raise IgnoreRequest 
            request.meta['dont_filter'] = True
            request.meta['captcha_retries'] = request.meta.get('captcha_retries', 0) + 1
            return request
class MySpider(scrapy.Spider):
    def parse(self, response):
        url = ''# url that requires captcha
        yield Request(url, callback=self.parse_captchad, meta={'solve_captcha': True},

    def parse_captchad(self, response):
        solved = response['solved']
        # do stuff

    def parse_fail(self, response):
        # failed to retrieve captcha in 5 tries :(
        # do stuff

login from scrapy when website has captcha

Tag : python , By : billputer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? You can try first through Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and then with a CAPTCHA solving API. See the chapter 7 of this book: https://www.packtpub.com/big-data-and-business-intelligence/web-scraping-python
There are also on-line services to solve captcha. For example: https://anti-captcha.com/

Scrapy, login with captcha failed

Tag : python , By : jay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you ok, the problem here is that the captcha image needs to receive the cookies from the actual response, and you are using urllib2 to make the captcha request, so Scrapy isn't handling that by default.
Use a scrapy request to check the captcha, something like:
def parse(self, response):
    yield Request(url="http://tinyz.us/securimage/securimage_show.php", callback=self.parse_captcha, meta={'previous_response': response})

def parse_captcha(self, response):
    with open('captcha.png', 'wb') as f:

    captcha = raw_input("-----> Enter the captcha in manually :")

    return FormRequest.from_response(
        formdata={"login_user": "myusername",
                  "login_password": "mypass",
                  "captcha_code": captcha},

Scrapy - simple captcha solving example

Tag : python , By : user179938
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Solving the captcha itself is easy using Pillow and Python Tesseract. The hard part was to realize how to handle cookies (PHPSESSID). Here's complete working example for your case (using Python 2):
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-                                                         
import io                                                                       
import urllib2                                                                  

from PIL import Image                                                           
import pytesseract                                                              
import scrapy                                                                   

class CaptchaSpider(scrapy.Spider):                                             
    name = 'captcha'                                                            

    def start_requests(self):                                                   
        yield scrapy.Request('',                  
                             cookies={'PHPSESSID': 'xyz'})                      

    def parse(self, response):                                                  
        img_url = response.urljoin(response.xpath('//img/@src').extract_first())

        url_opener = urllib2.build_opener()                                     
        url_opener.addheaders.append(('Cookie', 'PHPSESSID=xyz'))               
        img_bytes = url_opener.open(img_url).read()                             
        img = Image.open(io.BytesIO(img_bytes))                                 

        captcha = pytesseract.image_to_string(img)                              
        print 'Captcha solved:', captcha                                        

        return scrapy.FormRequest.from_response(                                
            response, formdata={'captcha': captcha},                            

    def after_captcha(self, response):                                          
        print 'Result:', response.body

Trying to response Amazon's Captcha with scrapy, strange behavior on spider generator

Tag : python , By : Anand
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine Currently, your form request object is never returned to Scrapy for handling.
Replace self.solve_captcha(response, self.parse) by yield from self.solve_captcha(response, self.parse).
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