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Should I get Captcha Sniper (Already have gsa cb)??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by jgf213, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. jgf213

    jgf213 BANNED BANNED

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    I have captcha breaker but it does not solve all captchas, so I want to know if buying captcha sniper would be get to pair with gsa cb. If not, which is the best and most reliable captcha service out there? Thank you.
     
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    I'm pretty sure they're both on par with each other as far as types of captchas and % success. Though, I am eagerly looking forward to the next update of Captcha Sniper. I have 2 licenses with them, and about to get a 3rd. Captcha Sniper has literally saved me thousands of dollars in captcha costs over the last year or so. Solid tool with solid develpment team that sticks by their product. I won't be switching as they have done good by me, and the price is right. But as for your question, if you have one, I don't think you need the other unless you are doing serious volume and need a second captcha breaker. Then you can do a comparison of effectiveness and let us all know :)
     
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    Im seriously considering it especially with all the buzz around their next update. If I do buy it, I will definitely compare them and update BHW on my results.
     
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    CS solves some captcha CB can't solve (how I set that up, CB first and CS second) I just run GSA SER for a few hours.

    Captcha status in SER is 3868|1353. Now I don't know the rate of which CS solves the remaining "difficult" captchas right, but as I watched it, it does a few correctly.

    As I own both licenses, I guess it doesn't hurt. I have the CPU cycles anyway.

    If you run SEO tools 24/7, it's only about time when you'll get back what you invest in both tools. Just pick your solution, either one or both.

    At $77, CS only needs to solve about 51k captchas (assuming cheap $1.5/k rate) before you break even. I have passed that a long time ago.
     
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    I had very bad experience with CS. I used it on SEnuke and the success rate was less than 2%. I would love to know how CS work great for SEO_Alchemy.
     
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    damn, thats horrible!!!
     
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    What were you attempting to solve with it? 2% sounds about what it would solve with a bad set up for reCaptcha i.e. what most Web 2.0's use. Neither CS nor CB solves reCaptcha natively, though with CS you can have it take a "wild guess" at it, and if you set it to say 3 retries you're looking at maybe 10% success rate. For the Catcha types it supports i.e. many forums, many article directories, some bookmarks, and a whole load of other stuff not directly supported by SE Nuke, it cuts through those babies like a knife through warm butter.