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Firefox Captcha Solving Plugin

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by doczoidberg, Sep 19, 2009.

  1. doczoidberg

    doczoidberg Junior Member

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    Hi,

    somebody knows if there is a plugin for firefox which solves captchas with a captcha solving service like decaptcher.com?

    That would be very great
     
  2. ruler0fall

    ruler0fall Power Member

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    How would that be possible, in conjunction with iMacros for firefox or something ?
     
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    Never heard of anything like that, it would have to really be a complete decaptcher, including millions of examples - no go
     
  4. cooooookies

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    Not available so far, Doc? Did you search? Might be really a good idea to implement... Problem is presumably to detect the captcha in the page, manually specifying it by clicking should be possible.
     
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    doczoidberg Junior Member

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    i have searched but nothing found, all those searches result in the opposite: implementing not solvable captchas by computers :/

    yes it should not to hard to be to implement, anyone have experiences in firefox plugin development?
     
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    Please clarify what a firefox decaptcher plugin would be good for, so you only have to enter the rest manually ?
     
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    the plugin should detect captcha images when i browse the internet and automatically send them to a captcha solving service like decaptcher. in combination with roboforms, this would be very effective
     
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    the captchas should be recognized automatically(!)
     
  10. ruler0fall

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    Hmm, think that's gonna be hard, and if something like that is available it'll cost a lot of money. and then implementation into roboform.
     
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    i've done a little research, most of the captcha-images have the word "captcha" in its url, also the input-field contains this word.

    so it should not be to hard to code something which recognizes 90% of the captcha images and input fields
     
  12. swiper

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    it wud be cool to have a plugin where u enter ur decap details and then it allows you to right lick on any picture and "solve with decaotcher" and copy the result to clipboard
     
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    Should not be hard?? lol . . You think programmer would not spend a lot of coffee with this idea?! it is possible, but not hard? be coder to know how they feel.
     
  14. doczoidberg

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    if you know the apis of firefox it wouldnt be hard. i am a coder and know of what i am speaking, unfortunately i have no time to look deeper into the firefox apis
     
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  15. ruler0fall

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    Same here, have other stuff that I have to do.
     
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    greasemonkey has several available for specific sites: ie: megaupload
     
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    captchamonster claims to have a firefox addon, i'm going to give it a try...
     
  18. CeMPUTER

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    i have exprience with developing firefox plugins.

    THinking its impossible makes me LOL - its not impossible and its not even hard

    a simple greasemonkey script could do that!
     
  19. Crazy

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    Eh, I don't think so. GM does nothing be append scripts to domains/URLs you specify. You wouldn't be able to make web requests to reCaptchas servers, or whatever captcha service's servers, since that'd be a security concern.

    A plugin would be able to do this though. It's a cool idea ;)
     
  20. CeMPUTER

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    thats not true -GM_xmlHttpRequest can reuqst APIs which most captchas services have - a simple REST Webservice

    and you can include scripts with the * pattern what then would work on every site...

    Edit:

    captchamonster works great but has not good plans and no paypal support.
     
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