Google has resolved the web’s largest pest


Now you just tick a box.

Google has solved a major annoyance, but it is up to each individual website and service implementation code.

Google has finally done something about the problem

We all know how annoying it is to should enter a CAPTCHA (“Completely Automated Public Turing test two count Computers and Humans Apart”) it is almost impossible to decipher.

The system is to improve safety and keep botnets away by making the text difficult or impossible for a computer to read.


Now Google hopes to stop keyboards to slam into the wall by introducing the system “noCAPTCHA reCAPTCHA.”

It is not only a major annoyance for us users, but today captcha solutions make not even their job.

For a year and half ago found namely Google that CAPTCHA system as we know today could be tricked by a computer 99.8 percent of the trials.

So much better

Google’s new system is a dream: When presented with noCAPTCHA hooking just the box “I am not a robot”:


Google does so a lot of research in their systems you do not need to consider, and the job is done.

Do you still notice that the system does not think you are a human, you are presented with a something as simple graphic questions like this (which is also enhanced for mobile use):