Poll - FunCaptcha

Are you currently automating scripts that scrape content behind FunCaptcha?

  • Currently

    Votes: 6 66.7%
  • Seeking

    Votes: 1 11.1%
  • Not at the moment, but looking into it

    Votes: 1 11.1%
  • What the hell is FunCaptcha?

    Votes: 1 11.1%

  • Total voters
    9

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I'm curious how many of you need to solve FunCaptcha. If you are currently using it or are seeking a solution how many requests a month do you estimate?
 
Yes, I do.

Literally every Twitter user :D

Thanks for your responses. I made an API solution from scratch since the domain was banned from solving on anti-captcha, so trying to get a feel if it might make sense to setup a site with paid access to the API.

Currently using it for a SaaS product that automates outbound sales (email, social, etc).

Do you guys use anti-captcha or 2captcha btw? How is it working for you?
 
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Thanks for your responses. I made an API solution from scratch since the domain was banned from solving on anti-captcha, so trying to get a feel if it might make sense to setup a site with paid access to the API.

Currently using it for a SaaS product that automates outbound sales (email, social, etc).

Do you guys use anti-captcha or 2captcha btw? How is it working for you?
2Captcha and CapMonster
 
I seem to have issues solving captcha via AntiCaptcha service, most of the times it shows this error - "Your noCAPTCHA user response code is missing or invalid."
 
I seem to have issues solving captcha via AntiCaptcha service, most of the times it shows this error - "Your noCAPTCHA user response code is missing or invalid."
This is what I was seeing a lot as well. Does one of the other solvers work consistently for you?

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Also to others, how about down time? I know most use real workers on the backend. I have implemented a solution that is automated and I have an API, but using it for my own SaaS product at the moment.

Please don't message me directly. Just reply here.

Would need to set up a paywall for others and have not done so yet. Might do so depending on interest.
 
Try Death By Captcha I used to solve tons of funcaptchas with them.

More expensive than the one I built. Thanks though.

Still thinking about opening this up to others, but not at the top of the list. I'll open a thread if I decide to add paywall. Thanks for everyone's responses so far.
 
Yes, I do.
It's a bit out of topic though but nay be you can show me a way.
I also do reverse engineering on the web APIs and sometimes the android apps as well but recently I came across a few apps like Instagram for example which are using a few encrypted values in their requests like Instagram uses enc_password to send an encrypted password to the server but I wasn't able to figure out how do they create that encrypted password.
Any ideas where I might learn how to reverse engineer these type of encrypted values?
Thanks!
 
It's a bit out of topic though but nay be you can show me a way.
I also do reverse engineering on the web APIs and sometimes the android apps as well but recently I came across a few apps like Instagram for example which are using a few encrypted values in their requests like Instagram uses enc_password to send an encrypted password to the server but I wasn't able to figure out how do they create that encrypted password.
Any ideas where I might learn how to reverse engineer these type of encrypted values?
Thanks!

Encryption doesn't usually happen client side (at least not with companies that are half way competent). It happens on the server and they hold the keys to encrypt. Most use one-way hash, so even having that key won't get you the decrypted password. Instead the password is hashed when logging in and matched to the stored hash value (or not).

i.e., you're not going to reverse engineer their encryption.
 
Encryption doesn't usually happen client side (at least not with companies that are half way competent). It happens on the server and they hold the keys to encrypt. Most use one-way hash, so even having that key won't get you the decrypted password. Instead the password is hashed when logging in and matched to the stored hash value (or not).

i.e., you're not going to reverse engineer their encryption.
Well, I think may be I didn't make myself clear enough so let me try again.
Alll I want is to know how does they create these encrypted value (e.g. enc_password for Instagram) so I can create that myself and write bots. I have seen libraries doing that like Instagrapi for Instagram is creating enc_password for Instagram and using that and it's working but I don't know how do they find out at first how the enc_password was created.
May be it's clear now!
 
Well, I think may be I didn't make myself clear enough so let me try again.
Alll I want is to know how does they create these encrypted value (e.g. enc_password for Instagram) so I can create that myself and write bots. I have seen libraries doing that like Instagrapi for Instagram is creating enc_password for Instagram and using that and it's working but I don't know how do they find out at first how the enc_password was created.
May be it's clear now!

I did a few quick searches and found quite a few different links talking about how to do this. Without trying myself I don't know, but most of the links seem to match up. Try it with Selenium or Puppeteer.
 
I did a few quick searches and found quite a few different links talking about how to do this. Without trying myself I don't know, but most of the links seem to match up. Try it with Selenium or Puppeteer.
I think I'll start a separate thread for that to discuss amd will put an example code there as well.
Thanks for your response.
 
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