[Tutor] Textual Captchas: Would like to show that bots can crack a simple text captcha
brunson at brunson.com
Wed Aug 1 17:10:01 CEST 2007
Kyle Brooks wrote:
> Please look up captcha... I did not mean capture.
> Your response is hilarious, frankly, but not appropriate for this list :-)
Seeing that a) this is your second post here and b) you are the one
asking the list for help, I don't think it's your place to decide what
is and isn't appropriate for this list.
Also, I'm pretty sure he *did* look up captcha and was using the process
through which he researched and replied as a metaphor for how your
program might work.
> - Kyle Brooks
> On 8/1/07, Bob Gailer <bgailer at alum.rpi.edu> wrote:
>> Kyle Brooks wrote:
>>> My name is Kyle Brooks, and I hereby introduce myself with this post.
>>> I have seen a lot of text captchas.
>> I wonder how a computer program would respond to the previous sentence?
>> Could it simulate the path I took?
>> "captcha"? Did he mean "capture"? Is this one more poster who does not
>> know how to spell?
>> But the rest of the email is good english!
>> Oh yes - ask Google.
>> *visualizae me reading the wikipedia article on captchas. Light bulbs
>> and ahas going on.*
>> Oh yes this is a really good question.
>> Should I respond? What would I say? Why would I say it?
>> *visualize me typing the above and hitting send
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