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DeepSkyWalker
7 years ago

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I’m sure to sent the right answer in many case, but the server response always with the incorrect answer.
My Script capture image from the screen and put the answer into the browser.
Please check for me the problem?

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Rex_Mundi
7 years ago | edited 7 years ago

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It’s working fine for me man, maybe check that you’re url encoding your POST response.

DeepSkyWalker
7 years ago

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I use the normal Chrome browser to solve. put the string in the answer field and click to submit.

Rex_Mundi
7 years ago

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Then it’s most likely the OCR part of your script is interpreting some of the chars wrong, you can send me your code if you want, and I’ll have a look at it.

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DeepSkyWalker
7 years ago

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I check many string before post and its right in 90-95% of case, except some case the prog can’t separate all character.
I debug it one more time, for now, after I update you for result.
Tnks.

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nakee
7 years ago

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I also have a similar problem. I read in some other thread that it might be because my script reloads the captcha.
So far I couldn’t find a way around it though.

DeepSkyWalker
7 years ago

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I change browser with firefox and retouch template to obtain 100% of characters right.
This is three of my post.
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RgBGJaptKlE!nSF?dt?CXiCRW!p-D#K?EBei?aFg
Image
xsYuHa@?szrPzYrIVm#+eGneHbdjIpqMknGrUS!
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QRrvPdlrucOUndThulsUQZigvEjwKGrj
ksDyIvx


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DeepSkyWalker, are you sending the string backwards?

Rex_Mundi
7 years ago | edited 7 years ago

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Well since your script is achieving 100% accuracy and your POST responses match the images, so you’re definately not reloading the captcha, are you sure you’re sending the string backwards like the challenge asks ?

nakee
7 years ago

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Deep I think you need to also uuencode it if you send it in a script and not copy paste it to the browser.
But like I said for me it didn’t work with a script

DeepSkyWalker
7 years ago

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[quote=Rex_Mundi]are you sure you’re sending the string backwards like the challenge asks ?[/quote]
Ups!! XD
I Sorry.

Rex_Mundi
7 years ago

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Yeah lol, it could only be that in the end.

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I also had that problem, took me a couple of attempts to realize what was wrong! :D

DeepSkyWalker
7 years ago

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without the suggestion I turned around the problem for the week, think. :)

Rex_Mundi
7 years ago

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Reloading the captcha image when I was sending the POST data, was my biggest problem with this one.

nakee
7 years ago

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Rex Any idea how to avoid that?
It’s funny that this part is harder than the actual challenge:)

Rex_Mundi
7 years ago

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Depends on the language you’re using for your script. Drop me a PM.

DeepSkyWalker
7 years ago | edited 7 years ago

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[quote=Rex_Mundi]Reloading the captcha image when I was sending the POST data, was my biggest problem with this one. [/quote]
I choose the capture screen method for this reason XD
After I complete all, I try to post data from my application.

DeepSkyWalker
7 years ago

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Really I think its simple to done the post without reload, perhaps too simple to think quickly.

Mr. Cyph3r [MrCyph3r]
7 years ago

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[quote=RichardBrook]I also had that problem, took me a couple of attempts to realize what was wrong! :D[/quote]

I’m glad that you completed this challenge man :D

If you attempt the challenge entirely from a script you shouldn’t have any problem on posting your solution, I mean, if you request the page, analyze the image and post the result I don’t see any issues on that… however it depends on how you choose to proceed.

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