Suppose we have a managed challenge running on a specific page. This is applied for all visitors (not based on bot score). When I look at the CSR it is pretty high between (40-60%). How do I interpret this number? Is this a good or bad thing?
The Challenge Solve Rate (CSR) represents the percentage of visitors who successfully completed the challenge out of those who encountered it. In your case, a 40-60% CSR indicates that many of your visitors are legitimate (human) users since they’re able to pass the challenge.
A high CSR isn’t necessarily bad or good, it’s mainly information to identify your site’s traffic.
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