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Operation Craptcha

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Ever notice how captcha is often accepted even though you clearly selected the wrong squares? Or it is rejected even though you clicked the stupid sign? I believe captcha machine learning works in a democratic manner in which the most commonly selected answers are considered correct.

If this is true and each submission is tallied as a "vote" for the correct answer, then compared to the majority of answers to determine if it conforms, what will happen if we always submit the first three images, left to right, as the answer? Can we eventually train the bot to accept this answer for a majority of captchas?

>select first three images in captcha
>submit
>repeat until it accepts the captcha

This actually worked after about 20 submissions even though I was not selecting the image correctly.
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>>858028
holy shit this level of autism
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Twice now I've successfully submitted captchaby doing this. It can easily be automated. Captcha is broken.
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>>858028
This has worked for me too
>commence operation craptcha
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This is the nigger captcha all over again
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>>858079
I missed that one, but still use legacy normally.
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It actually worked after a bunch of try's even though it was different images
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>>858028
testing now desu
>shit
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>>858028
It probably uses control images that it knows are correct. So if you need to select all of the cars, it will already know that a couple of them are cars and will reject you if you don't pick them. If you select the controls then it will accept whatever else you pick too
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>>858383
Probably true in occasion, but I don't think it's the case in every set. Pic related doesn't have any cars. (I had to combine cropped images so it looks weird).
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>hurr much captcha conspiracy theories
>select random stuff to confuse the bots
>google trying to make stronger bots
>hurrrrrrrrrrrrrrr tinfoil hat

The more incorrect things you select the more it fucks up the captchas for real people who are trying to post and you're the reason it takes 10 minutes to solve these fucking things. Faggots like you argue that by selecting the right ones we're allowing google to learn how to make bots to pass the captcha, which makes no fucking sense since they own the captcha to begin with and could easily make bots to override it without having to solve it. If they are using it for AI purposes, they are probably practical like for things such as automated cars (hence the overwhelming number of vehicle/sign/store front/house number captchas). Hmmm, I guess those automated cars are a threat to our society.
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And to answer your questions, yes there are people on 4chan who believe that google uses this information to make porn spamming bots and pro-hillary threads and shit.
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>>858028
doin it!
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>>858735
>conspiracy theories
Stopped reading there. Not sure what you're on about. I'm just trying to make captcha less of a pain in the ass since bots can already bypass it anyway.

>>858779
It's already proven that CTR/Shareblue do this. Their Reddit script for spamming was leaked.
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My AI is able to solve the recaptcha
>select all images of ...
>Scan each choice through image recognition API
>2 or 3 results with highest certainty will get chosen
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>>858028
so like akinator? I imagine it's just some chinese slaves picking pictures and sometimes they get it wrong and we get a broken captcha.

Use legacy captcha instead
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Hey OP Dipshit, have you ever tried looking up how captcha works instead of making asinine guesses?
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>>858867
>muh CTR
>muh ShareBlue
>praise kek!
>maga!

>>>/r/eddit
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You remember captcha with words? Same thing. There was on word google knows ans one that was unknowen. So operation nigger was born. Maybe some remember.

Fucking up captcha is essential. We are schooling some google Code. Teach it wrong.
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>>858028
That's one way yes.

t. worked on similar programs
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>>860552
I like the drawing captchas. It always seems to work properly and is probably better for everyone.

>>859749
Are you a bot or just in a totally different conversation in your head?
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it worked, holy shit
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Yeah I realized that, actually most of the time I just don't give a shit about where am i pointing at.
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>>862705
Sometimes it only works when you hit the wrong square anyway. And don't even bother on the street number ones that disappear and get replaced 12 times.
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>>858028
>I believe captcha machine learning works in a democratic manner in which the most commonly selected answers are considered correct.
This might explain why whenever it gives me the "Skip" option I always press it without thinking because it's the easiest, and it always is correct. Everyone else probably clicks Skip as well.
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>tfw i try it on reply it works (im from future)
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>>863114
>3114▶
>>tfw i try it on reply it works (im from future)
shit...it works
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>>863120
Test
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>>863409
18 attempts. Does it just take pity eventually and assume you're just retarded?

>>863403
Kek
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>>858028
Americans die for this
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>>865249
Still waiting for signs of human intelligence. Click on the street sign in this image.
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