What kind of protection is this?

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  1. TheGateKeeper

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    I am trying to post to a website (blog.com) as part of my Speedy Web program, but they have some weird protection that instantly bans me everytime.

    I have never experienced this with any other web 2.0 blog, so this is new to me.

    If I post it manually, it doesn't ban me.

    At first I tought it was measuring the time between the server response and my post back, but I added some wait time and it still banned me.

    The way I post is I fill out the textboxes and then simulate a click on the submit button.

    Any help would be appretiated!

    Thanks!
     
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    Well same system goes for wordpress when you are adding javascript.

    It took me quite a bunch of blogs / hours to understand that.
     
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    What do you mean? Can you tell me what is wrong with that form?

    Here is the html:

    http://pastebin.com/s4J0txGt
     
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    Are you able to give us the application source code?
     
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    what do you fill in blogcom_rsf_val_1 and blogcom_rsf_val_2?

    the javascript on the site does this:
    -set blogcom_rsf_val_2 to the number of milliseconds elapsed between page load and form submit
    -set blogcom_rsf_val_1 to 0 and increment it on every mouse move and click inside the form element and on every pressed key inside a text element
     
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    I knew it had something to do with postback timer and clicks, but didn't realize it uses mouse too.

    Thanks mate, you got it spot on!