Re: What Happened To Popular CAPTCHA Solving Tools?
And let's not forget that there is a population with both sight and hearingtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
impairment. They can't even use the audio version, no matter how lousy it
I have a hearing loss, so the audio versions are usually unintelligible
unless I'm using my studio-quality headphones and crank them up high. Even
then I'm rarely right the first few tries.
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except then, voice recognition software could be used by spammers
to solve them too, defeating the whole purpose.
At 08:10 AM 6/21/2012, you wrote:
I think there should be a law that mandates that if you're going--------------------------------------------------
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