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Halfnium wrote:
Brian's suggestion does not actually implement reCAPTCHA. However, it rather cleverly simulates it with a psychological trick that might be just fine for many applications, IMHO.


Psychological trick? We are trying to weed out robots, there is zero psychology needed. Having a required checkbox will stop only the most basic bots, if at all.

Keith W Jones wrote:
I like Scott's suggestion.

The other way is to add a simple maths sum such as 2 x 2. This was posted years ago.


The simple math has been defeated for years, it doesn't take much for a robot to learn to look for math equations and solve them.

These suggestions might be ok for a low-traffic contact form, but are not much use on anything with more than a couple hundred visitors a month.

So far with what CoffeeCup has provided us, the best method I've found is to use a combination of a required checkbox with the I'm not a robot option, that then unhides via display rules a regex field that only accepts a certain word, with a hint to the user containing the word to be typed in.
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In addition to validate form user I also set up a element rule which meant that unless the "I'm not a robot" box is ticked the submit button is hidden. Goes a far way to ensure the form submission is at least a real person. Hope this helps a little

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+1 for reCaptcha v2.
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reCAPTCHA IS THERE!

I first looked for the reCAPTCHA in this thread on 7/1/2015 and always hoped this would be implemented. The forms are great -- I just wanted one more piece. And you've done it. I purchased, downloaded and installed the new version.

THANK YOU.

- Mike
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is there a step by step video tutorial on how to add "I’m not a robot." captcha on WF?
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Patricio Alban wrote:
is there a step by step video tutorial on how to add "I’m not a robot." captcha on WF?
Thank you


Step 1: Enable it.
Step 2: You are done. ;)

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@Scott Swedorski, You say enable it and you're done. I recently DL'd the latest version under my acct and selected the "I am not a robot" radio button on Google's Captcha setup page for creating keys and used those keys but Im still showing v1

Help Plz,
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Here's the only Captcha options I see in Coffee Cup; I fumbled around with the img tag but dont know how to make img appear in post. Plz correct this if so desired

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Well, they say enable and you're done, but if you are using your original license, you will have to buy it again. It's a paid upgrade to get the latest version with the I am not a Robot captcha. The version should be 2.9-5509.

If you are on the latest version, the Captcha tab will look like this. With the additional Type options:
https://i.imgur.com/6R96Jlt.png
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are you using version 2.9 5509? (on PC...not sure what it might be for Mac)

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