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reCAPTCHA is a one-click solution for telling websites that you are, in fact, a human being.
Is it still worth holding out for the odd chuckle its illiterate algorithms throw out?
Captcha systems, those psychedelic-font phrases designed to weed out bots from users, are a staple website security. And, thanks to Stanford Researchers, they may quickly become completely useless.
Is it just me or have Captchas gotten insanely freaking impossible these days? I mean, I can't even make out if I'm supposed to type in a letter, a number or a hieroglyphic. Annoying! We need a new Captcha method. What about drawing a shape?
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