How to Bypass CAPTCHA And reCAPTCHA On The Web

Bypass CAPTCHA on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Vivaldi

1- ReCaptcha Solver

Our favorite is the ReCaptcha Solver. This is because this browser extension automatically detects and clicks on the captcha to solve it. Not only that, it then deciphers the CAPTCHA and then submits it if required to proceed to the next web page.

The human is not required to take any action. You can install the tool by using the following links and begin using it immediately.

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CAPTCHA bypass: ReCaptcha Solver

ReCaptcha Solver is available for the following browsers:

Note: You may require to allow Microsoft Edge to install extensions from Google Store, as they are supported. In this case, you can use the same extension from Google across all the mentioned web browsers.

2- Buster – CAPTCHA solver for humans

Buster is a web browser extension that solves complex CAPTCHAs automatically. However, you do need to check the box next to “I’m not a robot” manually before you can start using it.

Buster is available for the following web browsers:

You can install the Buster browser extension by clicking on the respective link above. Once installed, simply click on the checkbox in the CAPTCHA, and then click on the Buster icon at the bottom of the CAPTCHA window.

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Buster will then automatically do its work and resolve the CAPTCHA for you. It can take up to 30 seconds for it to do its job. However, it only takes about 5 seconds for the simple ones.

3- Rumola

Rumola is another browser extension that can be added to bypass CAPTCHAs. However, this is designed only to handle the basic CAPTCHA, that is entering plain numbers and alphabets.   The images and audio cannot be resolved.

However, the user still needs to check the box beside “I’m not a robot” manually.

Rumola is available for the following browsers:

Note: You may require to allow Microsoft Edge to install extensions from Google Store, as they are supported. In this case, you can use the same extension from Google across all the mentioned web browsers.

4- I’m not a robot captcha clicker

This browser extension does exactly what the name says. It automatically detects and clicks on the checkbox beside “I’m not a robot.” But that is it. If you are required to solve a complex CAPTCHA, I’m not a robot captcha clicker who will not and cannot solve it for you.

This extension is available for the following web browsers:

5- Auto Captcha Solver

Auto Captcha Solver is another browser extension that clicks the checkbox but somehow does not solve the CAPTCHA it encounters. Therefore, Auto Captcha Solver is at the bottom of our list.

This extension is available for the following web browsers:

There are other available extensions as well, like Captcha Recognizer for Microsoft Edge, and Captcha Solutions for Google Chrome. However, upon investigating, we found that these do not work as promised.

These are the add-ons that you can use to avoid dealing with CAPTCHAs. However, there are other ways you can avoid, or at least reduce your encounters with CAPTCHAs.

How to avoid CAPTCHA

You may often encounter CAPTCHAs because a website may have detected unusual activity coming from your network. This can be due to several reasons. Here is how you can resolve the issue without having to solve any CAPTCHAs at all.

Disable VPN

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) often bounce traffic from many different servers around the world. A website may detect this activity as malicious and therefore presents a CAPTCHA to prove that you are not a robot.

Disabling the VPN will most likely mitigate this issue for you.

Reduce number of clicks per minute

It may be possible that your fast mouse clicks are registered as spam with the website, and therefore presents a CAPTCHA. If you think you are being too fast for the internet, we suggest that you try slowing down your click rate so that the website believes that it is in fact a human using the computer.

You can also perform a number of other tasks to reduce your interaction with CAPTCHAs.

 

Cons of using CAPTCHA

We have already highlighted the pros of CAPTCHAs in this post; which is to filter out spammers online. However, if you are the owner of a website, we suggest that you consider these aspects before implementing a CAPTCHA yourself.

 

User experience

The user experience is greatly affected by CAPTCHAs. They are a nuisance for the user and a waste of their time. This puts the user in a bad mood, hence affecting the reason for their visit to your website.

 

Bad for business

With CAPTCHAs, you are basically adding another reason for the consumer to not visit your website, which in turn is driving away potential business. A consumer would rather buy something from a website that is more user-friendly, than the one that requires authentication of the fact that you are a human.

 

Robots can bypass CAPTCHAs

The list of extensions we have shared in this article to bypass CAPTCHAs is proof that bots can bypass them as well. They are much smarter than these basic extensions, and can manipulate even the smartest reCAPTCHA iterations. So why bother with a CAPTCHA in the first place?

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