Wednesday, April 16, 2008

I Hope Not

Wired's Paul Adams asks, Is Captcha's Moment Passing?
Recently, though, the various most popular Captcha implementations have been cracked. Bots with character-recognition ability have gotten pretty reliably good at figuring out what the distorted text says. That means they can sign up for Gmail, Yahoo, and Windows Live accounts automatically, and use those accounts for their own malicious purposes -- typically to send spam.

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Blogger Sara Winters said...

On the upside, someone can read those things. I have to do them two or three times at myspace sometimes because they make it almost impossible to read. Yahoo isn't much better.

Oh, but yeah it would suck if spammers figured out an automated way to do it.

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