Paste as human typing

When you use multiple browser you often need to quickly copy data into input fields which are shown own a website. Normally, websites can detect if text has been copied and pasted or if it has been typed by humans. An example of this is that Google detects when creating a new account whether the information has been pasted from a paste buffer. To prevent this and to save time, we have implemented a feature at Incogniton that makes it possible to paste data into an input field while it appears as if this data is being typed by a human. You can use the option by clicking the right mouse button and then selecting the option ‘paste as human typing’. See also the screenshot below.

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