Autofill a web page

Peter Haworth pete at lcsql.com
Thu Jul 9 14:26:24 EDT 2015


Right, I've seen several variations of the captcha images including the one
you mentioned.  I've also seen a variation where you're required to supply
the answer to a simple math question.  Maybe it's my tired old eyes but
anything would be better than the blurry images!

On Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 10:33 AM Mark Wieder <mwieder at ahsoftware.net> wrote:

> Peter Haworth <pete at ...> writes:
>
> > Another complication is that the form includes a Captcha code so that
> will
> > have to be supplied manually.  Off topic, but am I the only one that
> finds
> > the majority of these Captcha codes pretty much unreadable, especially on
> > tablets/phones?  I guess there are different types of code, I'm referring
> > to the ones that are blurry photos of house numbers/street names.
>
> Google has a nice service you can tie into via api for a captcha
> alternative.
> it presents a dozen or so images and asks something like
> "select all the hamburgers" or
> "select all the street signs"
>
> We use that for rate limiting to prevent brute-force password checking.
>
> --
>  Mark Wieder
>  ahsoftware at gmail.com
>
>
>
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