Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#2099 Google launches invisible reCAPTCHA with no user interaction required
Google has launched the latest version of the reCAPTCHA service, which won't ask users to click a checkbox, as it did until now.

Google bought reCAPTCHA in 2009 and put its new acquisition to work right away when it combined it with its Google Books venture through which it was trying to scan and digitize all known books and newspapers.

For years, users had to enter two random words to solve the reCAPTCHA challenge, words which in reality were mangled texts resulted from the book and newspaper scanning process.

As the Google Books indexing process ended, Google then started pestering users with street names and street numbers, details from mangled Google Maps Street View photos.
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#2099 Google launches invisible reCAPTCHA with no user interaction required
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