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Help me fix this shit. https://archive.arisuchan.jp/q/res/2703.html#2703

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 No.2014

They say it's "easy on humans, hard on bots", but either I'm a robot and don't know it or it's hard for humans too. Can Alice please help me find a way to avoid or bypass this? There are instances when I literally accurately solve (unless I'm a confused android?) double digit CAPTCHAs in a row before I say fuck it and give up. I can't take it anymore. I'm about to drive a drill into my head. Please help.

 No.2015

idk, sometimes if you turn off javascript you get a feasible captcha.

 No.2016

Maybe you're too exacting?
I find sometimes I get through captcha smoother by ignoring the squares that only technically fit or are only 10% sign or car or whatever.

 No.2017

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Or you can just accept the matrix, log in your jewgle account, allow cookies, and get a simple checkbox.

 No.2018

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>>2016
>Maybe you're too exacting?
Wow! I had never considered that. God damn, I really am a fucking android. -_-

In the past I would consider getting lazy and wonder if I could get away with just selecting the "most important" squares, but then I thought to myself, I don't want my imprecise heuristics to end up causing an accident or death when they start using all this data for self-driving cars. Well fuck. Error by delusions of morality. Thanks, Alice.

>>2017
>Or you can just accept the matrix, log in your jewgle account, allow cookies, and get a simple checkbox.
You can always use a throwaway account, but unfortunately this doesn't make any difference.

 No.2019

there you go:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iMU9HbJ7Wo

you cannot necessarily eliminate it, but you can reduce the instances where you are faced with the captcha.

 No.2023

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The CAPTCHA that Binance uses is so much easier for users I wonder what software they use and if their is an open source implementation out there to replace google's craptcha. Any of you know any open source version or can build one?

 No.2024

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Honestly, the times it makes me go through 10 tests of street signs and bridges in a row, I just assume the thing is malfunctioning but I may just be humouring myself at those times that I'm not being retarded.

 No.2083

>>2014
no on knows at times I think that it is easier for bots that us.

 No.2450

>>2024
>Honestly, the times it makes me go through 10 tests of street signs and bridges in a row, I just assume the thing is malfunctioning but I may just be humouring myself at those times that I'm not being retarded.
Google wants you to train their self-driving cars and knows you'll put up with their bullsoykaf anyways.

 No.2451

>>2450
People were saying similar things back when it was text identification instead of images, that it was related to their archiving of books. I used to make fun of people like you but now I think I believe you except:

> you'll put up with their bullsoykaf anyways

Nope. If I have to go through that crap over and over I don't bother with it. Nothing important that I use implements it so if it deters me from posting on 4chan, maybe it's actually a good thing.

 No.2452

>>2451
I figured your patience would run out much sooner then '10 tries'. Certain versions of the text captchas were indeed used to translate text in books that computers at the time could not decipher.

 No.2454

>>2014
>I literally accurately solve double digit CAPTCHAs in a row before I say fuck it and give up
Are you using Tor? Giving endless captchas to people you don't want to give access to is a known trick and beats a 403 page because they still get training data from you until you give up. I use proxychains with Tor -> socks/https proxy and then the captchas start working.

>>2018
>You can always use a throwaway account, but unfortunately this doesn't make any difference.
The point is you login with legit social media accounts tied to your real identity, that way Google knows who you are and can retaliate if you bypass the captcha and then go ahead and do the things captchas are supposed to prevent.

 No.2456

>>2452
Ha! that reminds me, some anons back on 4chan figured if they typed n1ggr for the captchas it would show up, i wasnt sure if what they where trying would work, but one day I came across a obscure dititalized book and sure enough completely out of place there was a random n1ggr right in the middle of the page.

 No.2457

>>2456
Oh, also as for solving captchas I dont know any easy out. You do have botting, some people pass them on for others to solve automatically.
(As a paid service of course)

Data poisoning is always fun though; get the first captcha right its usually one they already know the answer with complete certainty, than porposefuly get the next ones only half right ussualy always takes it.

 No.2458

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>>2457
>Data poisoning is always fun though

Doubt that works unless it's a concentrated effort by the hacker called 4chan. There are too many people solving them correctly. But of course by itself it's fun to put in the occassional misclick.

 No.2468

>>2451
There are a number of websites that use it that I really enjoy - bandcamp and humble bundle, for example - that I'm not going to as much anymore because I block iframes and cross-origin scripts through umatrix. Captcha makes things so hard as to not be worth it. It's effectively malware - I don't want any of Google's code running on my computer!

 No.2657

>>2018
The self-driving cars thing is mostly a myth though. I mean it obviously exists and the captcha solving will be used for that too, but among thousands of other types of AI training. So to immediately relate one to the other doesn't really apply.
If you want to be moral about it, you wouldn't be able to solve that type of captcha at all, since everything you feed it helps the AI get better at recog and consequently surveillance. But then again, you do that and they win because it will happen anyways and refusing to do captchas will just cripple you out of doing a bunch of stuff you want to do.
There used to be the maxim, "there is no ethical consumption under Capitalism", but now it's more like, "there is no ethical anything in whatever is this system we live in".
Of course, I'm not saying to stop trying to be ethical and do your best, just that, well, things are fucked as fuck, and always from way more angles than we can notice or even possibly think of.



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