Rated 3.4 out of 5
3.4 Stars out of 5
- by harl windwolf, 6 months agoRated 1 out of 5None of this is relevant to anyone. Captchas are just annoying if you're an actual person anyway. They mean even less altogether, if there's a way to auto-solve them, prevent them or circumvent them with a browser extension.
They CLAIM that there could be an ongoing security risk with the user's connection or computer (even on a highly secured line, mind you, so they obviously don't check shit at this point and just lie about it) and that would be the reason the user has to solve captchas in the first place. But they apparently do this to lure the user into using the browser extension instead of having to "solve" those shitty captchas on certain pages (mostly cloud-based ones) and the extension does exactly nothing, it doesn't actually reduce the number of captchas, or anything.
- by Firefox user 14373626, 7 months agoRated 4 out of 5This plugin is kinda annoying because you need to create both hCaptcha and Cloudflare tokens, but there's no way to actually know which one you need because Cloudflare uses hCaptcha anyway.
Update: This plugin also just doesn't seem to work half of the time. I literally only have it installed because my bank's website nags me with hCaptcha constantly. But now, even when I have both hCaptcha and Cloudflare tokens, I still have to fill out a captcha anyway.
The internet seriously needs to find a better way of dealing with things than applying captchas to everything.
- by Firefox user 16083387, 7 months agoRated 1 out of 5Installing PP on FireFox does not prevent Cloudflare from repeating its demand for me to sign a Captcha if I wish to access truther site SyrPer.com