NAOSSOFT can integrate and install reCAPTCHA v3 on your existing website. ReCAPTCHA is a new version of google software that detects abusive traffic on your website without user friction. It returns a score for each request you send to reCAPTCHA and gives you more flexibility to fight against spam and abuse in your own way, and more importantly keeping your website secure.
reCAPTCHA uses an advanced risk analysis engine and adaptive challenges to keep automated software from engaging in abusive activities on your site. It does this while letting your valid users pass through with ease. Without reCAPTCHA, bot could automatically fill out forms on your website with spams by the seconds.
reCAPTCHA Easy for People. Hard for Bots. Privacy Concerns?
NAOSSOFT is happy to announce that we were one of the first to have tested and implemented google reCAPTCHA V3 on our website naossoft.com and our client websites. Since implementation, we have been able to identify bots and suspicious requests without annoying our users by asking them to prove that they are humans. This technology is hard on online bots, spammers and suspicious individuals.
In the previous versions, users were required to manually click a checkbox or be stuck clicking boxes of storefronts, traffic lights, cars, bridges in an attempt to convince the system they are actually not robots. You know you have failed a captcha or two, not matching the street lights or reading the strings correctly.
Check here if you are not a robot. If you are not a robot, can you read this nonsensical string of letters and numbers that look like they’ve been partly erased with an eraser? Can you choose the picture of a car out of these nine different street scenes?
Now, when you enter a form on a website that’s using reCaptcha V3, you won’t see the “I’m not a robot” checkbox, nor will you have to prove you know what a cat looks like. In fact, you won’t see anything at all.
Get it now! After your order goes through, one of our techs will reach out to you and begin the integration. Please have credentials to your server,
source code, WIX, WordPress or any other Content Management System (CMS) you are using.
We also recommend obtaining SSL Https (Secure Socket Layer) certificate for your website.