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I have heard some reports that: Entering the shown text ("reCAPTCHA V1 IS SHUTDOWN") will let you pass. Entering any text will let you pass. But if that's not true, then you'll have to wait until the site is updated. Tricking the site itself should be impossible for a properly programmed website. Most bypass methods instead rely on convincing reCAPTCHA's ...


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The reCaptcha "I'm not a robot" leniency algorithm/functionality depends on a few factors- such as ISP, time needed to click the checkbox upon revealing the form/loading the page, etc. See The reCAPTCHA thread here for a good summary: https://www.reddit.com/r/explainlikeimfive/comments/425wos/eli5_how_do_those_checkbox_im_not_a_robot_capchas/ More than ...


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I've been doing alright by selecting the reCAPTCHA tiles that contain a street sign or a piece of a street sign, but not selecting the tiles that contain only a sign pole. Sometimes the signs are not written in English, so you have to be careful to read the signs in order to distinguish between a street sign and something else. If you can distinguish ...


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There is a reason for that. One of the words is already known by the machine and the other one isn't. The app is using human task force to decipher words that OCR can't. Therefore, the words are completely randomized and don't really take into account how difficult they are. Find more details here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/1435707


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The first thing that you should have in mind is that Google terms of services doesn't allow to do automated search queries. If you really need to do automated searches, then you should use another service, specially if you are looking to this for a long time and "hassle" free. The above because despite if the user repeatedly do searches ...


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