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captcha solving

Discussion in 'HTML & JavaScript' started by dalooroorl, Jun 27, 2014.

  1. dalooroorl

    dalooroorl Newbie

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    Hi.

    I think about something really great.

    Is there any script, to solve a captcha that was already solved from us before? like, i solve a captcha and the program saves the image and text string, and when the captcha comes again, he recognise the image, and insta solve it.

    what do u think about? is there any program that can do that? like, imacro captcha thing? i dunno :D
     
  2. GoTRooT

    GoTRooT Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I see what you are getting at, have a little look around and check out CAPTCHA Sniper, GSA CAPTCHA Breaker, and mabe check out what xrumer has to offer in breaking through pretty much any current CAPTCHA. We have come a long way! :)
     
  3. coitza

    coitza Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    As stipen said, there are a couple of software breaking captchas quite well, most of them can't handle re-captcha but I doubt you could do that with your idea anyway. The problem is that the text might be the same on 2 images, but they also add obfuscation that will make the image different, or write the text in other colors and stuff like that. It will be an extremely hard way to go :)
     
  4. KrikMaxi

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    In fact, what you think is great, and images that have been recognized before are saved in their database. However, there is a problem that the website image may change extremely frequently so that your solved Captchas saved in the database can hardly work.
     
  5. HoNeYBiRD

    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    basically this, unless it's some very primitive captcha system, captchas won't repeat themselves in the exact same form

    i think OP has fundamental problems understanding how captchas, let alone captcha solving solving works, for instance he mentions imacros, but just w/ imacros itself you can't solve captchas if you don't integrate the code of a captcha solving service into your macro, unless he meant to prompt popup and enter the captcha manually, but i hardly think that it was the case

    it's a quite old thread though :)