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Author Topic: Websites could battle more bots without interrupting users thanks to reCAPTCHA v3  (Read 496 times)

Redaktion

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Google's latest iteration of the reCAPTCHA system, reCAPTCHA v3, is now available to website administrators and webmasters. reCAPTCHA v3 runs in the background, tracking user behavior and assigning a risk score based on that behavior. Administrators can use this score to assign thresholds requiring further authentication if needed, allowing the bot-battling system to run unobtrusively for most users.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Websites-could-battle-more-bots-without-interrupting-users-thanks-to-reCAPTCHA-v3.354481.0.html

Gus

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Lets see what will change. for those like me who are connected through vpns, captcha is a pain on the a*s

Sam Medley

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@Gus
Really? I don't use a VPN regularly, so I've never experienced a VPN affecting CAPTCHAs. Does it make you verify your humanity more often on a VPN?

 

 
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