How to bypass hcaptcha - autosolve captcha
hCaptcha is a drop-in replacement for Google’s ReCaptcha. And actually it is a clone of ReCaptcha and even in the source code and element names we see a lot of references to ReCaptcha.
As we know, Google used ReCaptcha for data labeling and as a result, now we have a huge Open Images Dataset labeled by billions of people and every Internet user made a tiny contribution to it.
hCaptcha took the same idea and made a data labeling service available for everyone and it is really flexible and customizable and allows to create datasets for machine learning tasks. And they are doing a really good job
“hCaptcha is designed to stop bots by distinguishing them from people. Visual tests are a convenient tool for this, but not everyone can solve a visual challenge. For this reason we have designed a simple, painless alternative to let publishers using our service preserve accessibility for all with full Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 compliance.”
By following the below procedure you can bypass hcaptcha without using any browser extension
“If you are an Accessibility user, Please Sign Up here.”
📧 Enter an Email address
“Get Accessibility Cookie” link in your email
You should bookmark this link, you will need this often whenever cookie expires
It will generate an encrypted cookie that can be used several times per day, but must be refreshed every 24 hours via login.
🍪Now set the cookie.
FAQ & Troubleshooting Guide
Q: I’m still seeing a challenge after setting the cookie. What’s causing this?
A: This is typically due to using an aggressive ad blocker or anti-cookie extension, or a setting that blocks “cross-site” cookies, in this case a cookie for hcaptcha.com that is set or checked by the hCaptcha JS on a different site, like the one you are visiting.
hCaptcha accessibility cookies work with all popular browsers and ad blockers with their standard settings, so typically failures are due to “anti-anti-adblock” scripts or similar rulesets targeting particular sites.
- Whitelist hcaptcha.com and *.hcaptcha.com cookies in your ad blocker or browser security extension.
- If you are using the Brave browser, which does not (as of April 2020) appear to have any kind of cookie whitelist, go to Preferences -> Shields -> Cookies and choose “Allow All Cookies.”
- If you are using the very latest version of Safari on either the recently released OS X 10.15 or iOS 13.4, Apple has just changed the behavior of Safari related to third-party cookies, blocking all of them by default. We are implementing a solution, but in the meantime please visit Safari Preferences, Privacy section, and uncheck “Website tracking: Prevent cross-site tracking” to enable the accessibility cookie to function as expected.
Q: I use multiple devices. Do I need to sign up multiple times?
A: No. Please click the same email login link sent to you on each device you use in order to set the cookie.