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What captcha script(s) do you like?

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I'm looking at the results of searching for "captcha" and "php" -
there's a couple hundred of hits that seem to be uniquish...

Before I start flogging them, I thought I'd ask the good folks here
which one(s) you prefer... and if you disagree with another's choice,
why?
Jul 15 '08 #1
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On 15 jul, 18:31, Joel Fireman <joelfirema...@nospamhoo.comwrote:
I'm looking at the results of searching for "captcha" and "php" -
there's a couple hundred of hits that seem to be uniquish...

Before I start flogging them, I thought I'd ask the good folks here
which one(s) you prefer... and if you disagree with another's choice,
why?
hi Joel, i like this script
http://6tx.net/sc/form.php
because is really easy to the user to "click" the captcha instead of
try to guess the "captcha" text.
but if you want a classic captcha i used to work with this script
http://rodomontano.altervista.org/engcaptcha.php , you should
configure the effect of the text because by default is really
complicated to read it, also, this script gives you the option to show
a simple arithmetic operation instead of text.
Claudio
Jul 16 '08 #2

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On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 16:31:44 -0500, Joel Fireman
<jo***********@nospamhoo.comwrote:
>I'm looking at the results of searching for "captcha" and "php" -
there's a couple hundred of hits that seem to be uniquish...
http://recaptcha.net/
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Jul 16 '08 #3

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David Quinton schreef:
On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 16:31:44 -0500, Joel Fireman
<jo***********@nospamhoo.comwrote:
>I'm looking at the results of searching for "captcha" and "php" -
there's a couple hundred of hits that seem to be uniquish...

http://recaptcha.net/
I second that: recaptcha is good and also works for the visual impaired
visitors without any extra work from your side.

Regards,
Erwin Moller
Jul 16 '08 #4

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Blurr schreef:
On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 16:31:44 -0500, Joel Fireman <jo***********@nospamhoo.com>
wrote:
>I'm looking at the results of searching for "captcha" and "php" -
there's a couple hundred of hits that seem to be uniquish...

Before I start flogging them, I thought I'd ask the good folks here
which one(s) you prefer... and if you disagree with another's choice,
why?


I never use captcha theyare annoying to users and drive them away
as hiding the real problem and inventing new ones. I use a DSVE
which properly configured does the job invisibly and provides
information and control thats usefulelsewhere

forgive typing my keyboardjustbroke !!!!

Hi,

Sorry about your keyboard.
But what is DSVE?
A typo?

I can't seem to find in in wikipedia/google.

Regards,
Erwin Moller
Jul 16 '08 #5

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But what is DSVE?
A typo?
I got the same question when I read it, i've found this information

http://www.streamforensics.com/html/dsve.html

Jul 16 '08 #6

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Claudio Corlatti wrote:
On 15 jul, 18:31, Joel Fireman <joelfirema...@nospamhoo.comwrote:
>I'm looking at the results of searching for "captcha" and "php" -
there's a couple hundred of hits that seem to be uniquish...

Before I start flogging them, I thought I'd ask the good folks here
which one(s) you prefer... and if you disagree with another's choice,
why?

hi Joel, i like this script
http://6tx.net/sc/form.php
because is really easy to the user to "click" the captcha instead of
try to guess the "captcha" text.
You got me. No captcha image, ... nothing to click .... doesn't work in
my browser (FF3).

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Jul 17 '08 #7

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On 16 jul, 22:44, Chuck Anderson <websiteaddr...@seemy.sigwrote:
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You got me. No captcha image, ... nothing to click .... doesn't work in
my browser (FF3).
i think you're right, i'd always tried to make the user experience as
simple as possible. It's nice to know new security methods that
doesn't annoy the user

Claudio
Jul 18 '08 #8

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