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Re: NoCAPTCHA reCAPTCHA accessibility testing updates?


From: Jennison Mark Asuncion
Date: Aug 28, 2015 3:23PM

One option I've seen on the hilton.com site (their sign-in form) is
that there will be a field that essentially says - this field is for
robots, do not do anything here, with the idea being that a bot will
put some sort of text into the field and thus will be caught.


On 8/28/15, Brian Richwine < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> We provided a suggestion at our school, but it wasn't (at least not yet)
> acted upon. In this case reCAPTCHA was in use on a form for resetting the
> user's password. Since reCAPTCHA serves no real purpose towards proving
> that user is who they claim to be, we suggested that the person could phone
> the 24 hour support line and say they needed to get past that particular
> form. At this point, we know it's a human so the support person provides an
> alternate verification code that the user can type in to continue.
> On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 5:41 PM, Jennison Mark Asuncion <
> <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
>> In the absence of using NoCAPTCHA, curious if anyone has worked
>> successfully with their org's Info Security team to implement an
>> accessible alternative to it? If so, what was the solution?
>> Jennison
>> >> >> >> >>
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