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Old 08.07.2018, 15:52
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Hello,

Since a few months google captcha is completely messed up, taking a minute to solve after 3 tries...

I use a nonscript captcha for several website, but when I use JDownloader captcha with Opera browser, when I disable Javascript in opera, the captcha does not show up. The javascript captcha is forced. It would be very helpful to have an option in JD to enable the forced nonscript captcha.

Here an example of a nonscript captcha that takes about 2 seconds to solve:


If I can help to explain more, ask me.

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Old 10.07.2018, 14:21
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I wasn't aware of a No Javascript version of RecaptchaV2. We will look into this as soon as we can. Does this work with all RecaptchaV2 or must the site owner explicit enable/allow it?
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Old 10.07.2018, 15:04
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According to google docs, this will not be possible because the site owner has to allow the non javascript version
developers.google.com/recaptcha/docs/faq
However, if supporting users who have disabled JavaScript is important for your site, you can enable the alternative challenge with the following steps.

I doubt that many/any site owner sets security that low
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Old 12.07.2018, 03:02
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According to google docs, this will not be possible because the site owner has to allow the non javascript version
developers.google.com/recaptcha/docs/faq
However, if supporting users who have disabled JavaScript is important for your site, you can enable the alternative challenge with the following steps.

I doubt that many/any site owner sets security that low
Thanks for the info, it means that all hosters have to have that script in their website in order for the non javascript captcha to work?

Seems weird, because the website that works with this is 4chan BUT I use the extension 4chanX with greasemonkey. I doubt 4chan has the nonscript captcha code embedded in the website. I could be wrong.
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Old 12.07.2018, 09:43
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Not just to use that script but to lower security settings for the sitekey.
I can do some testing, but according to Recaptcha FAQ this *noscript* version only works if site owners allows this version
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Old 12.07.2018, 10:55
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Not just to use that script but to lower security settings for the sitekey.
I can do some testing, but according to Recaptcha FAQ this *noscript* version only works if site owners allows this version
Hopefully the FAQ is wrong

because if it would work it would make captchas a WHOLE lot easier.
Let me know if you tried anything. Thanks again.
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Old 12.07.2018, 12:16
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It has nothing to do with *non javascript* but just older/different user agent.
Will have to check if the Recaptcha will be easier or same level of difficulty
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