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Google's reCAPTCHA can tell if You're a Spambot or Human with Just a Click
Dec 04, 2014
Many a time we deal with those strange words and phrases that ask us to type them back in plaintext while signing up for an account. Yes, those increasingly annoying CAPTCHAs !!, which are both time-consuming and sometimes very difficult to read. If you really are tired of these distorted series of characters then there is a good news for you. For the convenience of people, Google has re-introduced a new CAPTCHA system with full makeover called reCAPTCHA , in order to make it easy for users who squint their eyes and make errors while typing. This new CAPTCHA-like system will allow people into websites with only a single click. CAPTCHA actually stands for " Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart " which is used by online services and websites only to verify that you're not a robot and restricts various automated programs to sign-up Email accounts, cracking passwords , spam sending, privacy violation etc. However, now we'l
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