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Curl PHP challenge hash / authentication generated code question

Discussion in 'Other Languages' started by madblacker, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. madblacker

    madblacker Regular Member

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    I'm new to making automated apps with curl that have to deal with a generated hash tag, like the ones that all email sites seem to use (yahoo, gmail, gmx, etc).. I guess I'm not sure I'm using the right terminology to search for information on this, I would greatly appreciate any pointers to get me in the right direction. Basically what I'm talking about is when the registration makes you input a code with the post that is not found in the actual HTML, so its using javascript to generate it
     
  2. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    You wont get an answer on this forum.

    You should post this on a Programmer forum.
     
  3. madblacker

    madblacker Regular Member

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    do you know of a good forum to ask this sort of thing? I searched for a curl forum but it seemed to hardly have any activity, I guess I could try just a general php forum
     
  4. goawayplease

    goawayplease Regular Member

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    You're talking about something normally called a "captcha." Search the forums here for that and you'll see some de-captcha services listed.
     
  5. tdfxx

    tdfxx Newbie

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    I don't think your problem is with cURL, but more generally the concept of submitting HTML forms. If you post more information about what you're trying to do people will be able to help. Right now I don't know what you're talking about.