Anyone familiar with captcha sniper?

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robb07
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Anyone familiar with captcha sniper?

04 Feb 2016, 00:20

Hi, I read that many of the members here have written scripts that involve automatic captcha solving. I am just wondering if anyone knows how to use a program called "captcha sniper". I am writing a simple script that allows me to log in some website that requires captcha and was hoping that this program can take care of the captcha thing for me. I have read the user guide and still cannot figure out how to get it to work.

all that it does is just sitting there. The guide says just choose decaptcher.com in your own program, but which program is that? I really hope anyone with knowledge about these kinds of software can give me some pointers. Many thanks!

This is the website http://www.shopyourway.com and attached is a screen shot of the login box. It is this kind of captcha that i want to get captcha sniper to solve. I thought it would just fill in the answer for me but apparently it is not that simple.

http://postimg.org/image/9c2l4ro43/
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nnnik
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Re: Anyone familiar with captcha sniper?

04 Feb 2016, 05:33

Well Captchas are made to prevent botting. As you can see from captcha snipers site, it is still very unreliable when the captchas are tough.
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IRBaboon
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Re: Anyone familiar with captcha sniper?

04 Feb 2016, 08:18

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNO-mPFm0fg

you could also pay for solving captchas: imagetyperz[dot]com
robb07
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Re: Anyone familiar with captcha sniper?

07 Feb 2016, 12:32

Thanks! One other question,if I am using chrome, on that page how do you detect if there is text inside that captcha field (i.e, once the answer has been put in?) (picture attached) I am trying to identify it using the control handler but all of these fields are called Chrome_RenderWidgetHostHWND1. Many thanks!
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