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8 thoughts on “Captchas Gone Wild”
Even with regular captchas I often feel that a computer with a giant statistical backbone would probably do better than me in just about all cases except perhaps my own handwriting.
Actually the bad guys found an even more efficient approach: they re-serve the capcha to their own site, with something like “download this free saucy image by completing this capcha”, thereby harnessing the incredible capcha solving bandwidth of an army of bored teenage boys.
I am definitely out of that class… [sigh]
Bored and not very tech savvy? I’ll bet collections containing several gigabytes worth of so-called saucy images can be found on any torrent search engine in seconds.
I just realized there’s an interesting connection to the post title in this line of thought.
Don’t you just hate it when you fail the Turing test?
The worst part is failing repeatedly…
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