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How to test if chrome dev tools are open in JavaScript?

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Some web sites are able to detect that Developer Tools is open as output a message in a the console.

How does JavaScript know that the Chrome DevTools are open?

Could this be spoofed?

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I would assume those sites simply `console.log` whatever and if you don't have developer tools open, ... (1 comment)

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