HumanEmulators

HumanEmulators are plugins that sit between your script and SecretAgent's mouse/keyboard movements. They translate your clicks and moves into randomized human-like patterns that can pass the bot-blocker checks.

This interface helps you load and retrieve HumanEmulator plugins. It in itself is not a plugin, however we have preloaded it with a basic plugin (see below).

This class creates no instances. It is a static singleton containing three methods.

Methods

HumanEmulators.get(emulatorId)

Retrieve a specific human emulator from the list of plugins already been loaded.

Arguments:

  • emulatorId string

ReturnsIHumanEmulator

HumanEmulators.getRandom()

Retrieve a random human emulator from the list of plugins already loaded.

ReturnsIHumanEmulator

HumanEmulators.load(humanEmulator)

Load a human emulator into your environment.

Arguments:

  • humanEmulator IHumanEmulator

Returnsnull

Preloaded Plugins

We've included three human emulator plugins to get you started. They are pre-loaded into the HumanEmulators registry and are ready to use.

IDDescription
basicIt's the most basic of human-like interactions.
ghostIt's our most advanced emulator - types at 34 words per minute, moves mouse in loops and scrolls like a human. It's also our slowest emulator.

NOTE: If you need speed over evasion, use one of the simpler ones.
skipperIt's an anti-human-emulator with no delays. It just runs the commands.

Note: Use the skipper emulator when you want to turn OFF human-emulator functionality. It disables all emulator effects, allowing you to run mouse and keyboard commands as if there were no human translation layer.

To use a specific emulator, pass your chosen ID into handler.createAgent({ humanEmulatorId... ):

const { Handler } = 'secret-agent';

(async () => {
  const handler = new Handler();
  const agent = await handler.createAgent({ 
    humanEmulatorId: 'basic' 
  });
})();

Building Your Own Plugins

Documentation coming soon.

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