ReCAPTCHA v3 would fundamentally change how websites can test for human vs. bot activities. It would now return a score to help you decide how suspicious an interaction is thereby eliminating the need to interrupt users with challenges further. reCAPTCHA v3 would run adaptive risk analysis in the backend in order to alert you of suspicious traffic. This would help you detect the bots at the same time ensuring frictionless experience on your site.
In the admin console of reCAPTCHA, you can have a full overview of reCAPTCHA score distribution as well as a breakdown that can help you identify the top 10 actions on your website. This would help you identify which exact pages are being targeted by bots and how suspicious the traffic was on those pages.
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