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Re: Thoughts on CAPTCHA
From: Mike Preston - Technomonk Industries <mike () technomonk com>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 17:40:35 +0100
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Gregory Rubin wrote:
| KitttenAuth looks very similar to ASIRRA (Microsoft's contribution to
Wasn't familiar with this... thanks for the headsup.
| I think that so long as the image library behind them is sufficiently
| large (which is the biggest problem) then these would work very well
| as CAPTCHAs.
You can artifcially increase the size of the search space by
flipping/distorting images, moving them by a single pixel within their
bounding images, colour shifting them etc. All makes it slightly more
difficult to bruteforce by attempting to train the system.
| And though the current incarnations use AJAX, I see nothing in them
Any good system should be able to cope with a lack of JS enablement IMHO...
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