Bypass Google ReCAPTCHA Verification | Only 1 Free, Easy Way

Bypass Google ReCAPTCHA Verification | Only 1 Free, Easy Way

In this article, I’m going to explain to you some easy ways of how you can bypass Google ReCAPTCHA. To protect websites from abusive bots, Google sometimes misunderstood the real humans as potential bots. It can happen as you are not logged into your Google account, or you are using a shared IP or VPN, which seems spammy to Google While you can prove yourself as human by clicking some images there. Or you can follow my next instructions to do this job efficiently in just seconds.

Bypass Google reCAPTCHA Verification with Browser Extension

The 1st and most comfortable way is a browser extension called Buster; you need to install this extension into your web browser. Then whenever a Google ReCAPTCHA pops out, it will automatically add a button to the popup. Then you can click to authenticate the CAPTCHA, and the CAPTCHA will be automatically solved in just some seconds.

Install Buster: CAPTCHA Solver for Humans

First, get the extension on your browser. Buster is available on Chrome, Firefox, Opera stores. Once finished, you will be good to go. Whenever a RECAPTCHA arrives in your way, Click the checkbox next to ‘I’m not a robot.’ Then you need to click the buster icon on the captcha popup. It will automatically resolve the audio captcha. Buster uses Google’s audio recognition technology.

This extension listens to the Audio CAPTCHA then it parses this information to Google’s Cloud Speech to Text API. Then it transcribes the speech sample into a string of letters. Now this extension copies the text and fillup the CAPTCHA by itself and authenticates it.

You are familiar with traditional Google ReCAPTCHA authentication, which takes enormous time to solve by ourselves, sometimes the CAPTCHA images load one by one and don’t stop. But with the help of this extension, Google’s ReCAPTCHA authentication takes just a few seconds to complete.

Well, this extension is not full proof as it just works properly when any CAPTCHA has audio. Still, with the extension, it can solve image CAPTCHA very well, but to solve the only image captcha you need to click the Buster icon quite some times to resolve completely. And in my testing, sometimes I got error like ” your computer may be sending automated queries.” When this happens, it means the site blocked you from automating Audio CAPTCHA authentication for some time. You can solve CAPTCHA by extension after sometimes, no problem will be there.

Alternatives of Buster Extension

Although there are some other ways to Bypass Google ReCAPTCHA. Some of these are paid, and some of these are free.

Paid: There is some CAPTCHA decoding service which helps you to solve Google ReCAPTCHA using human data entry operators. Anti-Captcha is one of the best services among them, solves the CAPTCHA within seven to ten seconds. Anti-Captcha costs around $2 for 1000 Google reCAPTCHA v2 puzzles.

Free: Some other free extensions available there, I’m not robot captcha clicker is one of them. It automatically clicks on the “I’m not a robot” checkbox as soon as the page loads.

Final Word

Thankfully, Google has realized its error, and it recently revamped its ReCaptcha to protect websites from abusive traffic. With this version of ReCAPTCHA, you are not interrupted, but the traffic actions on the site determine whether you are a human or a bot.

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Amir Sohail Mallick

Amir Sohail Mallick is a Software Engineering Student. He maintains everything very easily, manages his team like a charm. Cool Boss 😜

This Post Has 8 Comments

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