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Old 16.10.2018, 12:36
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@borochris: There has been no changes about this.

@daffdaemon: Google uses many many many factors/data/information/token/environment.... and we're pretty sure they can *detect* the extension somehow.

Please provide logs about the looping issue
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Old 18.10.2018, 23:44
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I'm using the latest build of JD2, there was a Java update some time in the past couple weeks, and seems to have fixed all issues I was beginning to have with captcha everywhere (in other words not just with logins on JD2). it was becoming completely unbearable; want to login? captcha!! want to reset your password? captcha!! want to access a site through Tor? captcha!! want to...captcha!! CAPTCHA!!! CAPTCHA!!! CAPTCHA!!!

anyway I digress...it seems to be fixed now..
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Old 19.10.2018, 11:25
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@lee_mofokeng: Thanks for the feedback but there has been no changes regarding Recaptcha/Browser extension and Java has nothing to do with Recaptcha at all. So it's just a coincidence
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Old 21.10.2018, 04:05
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@lee_mofokeng: Thanks for the feedback but there has been no changes regarding Recaptcha/Browser extension and Java has nothing to do with Recaptcha at all. So it's just a coincidence
wow I guess I was just lucky then. like I said I've had zero issues with the original problem that brought me to this forum (ibuqfile unable to resolve captcha due to infinite loop) since the java update. if it is a coincidence then that's one hell of a coincidence.
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Old 23.10.2018, 17:51
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The open JD extension in browser incognito seems to work Ok as a workaround
but for some reason , it often refuses the first (correct) attempt as "please try again"
but works on the second usually.
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Old 10.11.2018, 12:51
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How can work the captcha plugin, how can download and install?
It seems installed in browser , but cannot browse jdownloader , it says install the extension. It worked before update about three months ago. Where can I found rechaptha (display) plugin/extension?
Chrome browser was updated and this is the problem ?
I cant find the real plugin to install in chrome . Where can I found in chrome store or on jDownloader page ?
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Old 13.11.2018, 14:08
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Still using the incognito workaround which just about still works but is getting much harder,
at least for Turbobit for example - nearly a dozen attempts before I get the tick - then after all that , the bastards will say "IP limit reached or already loading"
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Old 28.11.2018, 00:43
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Trying everything to get Recaptcha working here... Windows 10 x84.

I edited JD2 Advanced Settings, so starting a download link in JD2 will open Chrome incognito. However, the captcha page never loads no matter which hoster I'm addressing. For example with OBoom the URL that Chrome tries to load is

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

But I soon get the error message "This site can’t be reached 127.0.0.1 took too long to respond.".

My Avast antivirus is disabled, and the browser works fine for other sites. My 'hosts' file has no active entries (only # comments).

I must be missing something simple because nobody else is reporting this and it almost works...

EDIT: and ACTUALLY I don't even need Recaptcha to work automatically. But even manually I still get the timeout so can't ever get to the captcha to solve it that way. So I got started down this rabbit hole...

EDIT: I did get it to work once, manually. Part of my problem was that starting Chrome "incognito" makes it disable the MyJDownloader extension - which is apparently what allows the captcha to appear. If I can't get on this way I'll start a new thread.

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Old 26.12.2018, 19:48
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Over the last month or so, many of problems with recaptcha seem to smoothed out considerably.

Number of false fails is down. Usually takes only one try, sometimes two, to get passed.

Looping issue when using JD seems to be gone entirely.

@Jiaz: Last time I posted re: looping issue, you requested log. I never did get around to sending. Sorry about that. Maybe moot now. Just curious, was there a change made to JD to solve looping?

Anyone else noticing improvement?

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Old 27.12.2018, 14:16
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I'm still using the incognito browser window method with JD. I'm reluctant to tamper with that. Seems overall most have been solveable though not as smooth as before the main problem started. Still get some incorrect " try again" messages when I have definitley solved the captcha, Not used captcha much on other sites as yet so can't test if that is still usable.

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Old 07.02.2019, 22:09
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OK, here is my analysis of this issue.

Summary: It is down to the individual users (website owners) of Google's reCaptcha v3.

From my observations, I suspect that the individual website owners, that use reCaptcha, can set/request different levels of complexity from Google.

I have come to this determination, in the most part, due to two specific websites. One is Rapidgator. Now that reCaptcha has "settled down" a little, following the transition to v3, I have noticed that even if a Captcha is answered correctly the first time it is completed, on the Rapidgator site, it invariably fails and you need to complete another Captcha. It is the same every time for me (using browser extension in Firefox).

On another site that uses reCaptcha, I complained to the website owner over and over again, because for some reason the Captcha would fail, even if answered correctly, at least four times (sometimes more). This went on for several weeks. And then one day, suddenly, it was only necessary to complete the Captcha once. It has been that way ever since.

So from what I can tell, by default, JDownloader handles reCaptcha v3 well.

If you are suffering ongoing problems, I believe it is the website owners/support teams you need to contact. To convince them to "dial back" the complexity of the Captchas they use.

I hope this helps.
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Old 07.02.2019, 22:12
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Problem is they have no incentive to dial back their complexity. They want to piss you off so you by their premium services to avoid captchas.
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Old 08.02.2019, 13:35
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You are absolutely correct.

If the website owners/support team is not willing to make changes, all you can do is let them know that you will not buy premium while the issue exists. And that you will do all you can to ensure other people do the same.

If they experience a drop in premium subscriptions, that may encourage them to make a change.
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Old 16.02.2019, 12:27
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Quote:
Originally Posted by daffdaemon View Post
Over the last month or so, many of problems with recaptcha seem to smoothed out considerably.
Number of false fails is down. Usually takes only one try, sometimes two, to get passed.
[..]
Anyone else noticing improvement?
Nope. Still have to take a lot of iterations to finally succeed. Only incognito mode in FF works. Still annoying like hell. Did I miss something? Is there a new workaround?

I read about new version working without any user interaction at all:
reCAPTCHA v3 runs adaptive risk analysis in the background to alert you of suspicious traffic while letting your human users enjoy a frictionless experience on your site. Link

Sounds like a dream

Anybody knows when this is going to be implemented? Introduced on October 29, 2018.

@gandalf_grey91:
Yeah, they definitely want to piss you off. For me share-online is the worst. They even disable the 'audio challenge' feature for disabled people and that's not ok (would be a nice workaorund for us too, as there's an addon solving these automatically with speech-to-text recognition).

For "regular" companies using recaptcha to login (DHL for example) it works in normal browsing mode with first loop or only checking the not a robot box.
I mean, this is for recognizing bots with dozens or hundreds of requests per minute/hour or whatever.
I'm far away from this when I want to download one f*ckin file every 3 hours...
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