The Captcha code that you might be entering at some site might not be as secure as you think it to be! Stanford researchers have demonstrated that Captcha codes might be broken and that too at important sites like CNN, Visa and eBay.

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ReCAPTCHA was in place on 40,000+ websites when those stats were released and now, it is already on 96,000+ websites. That is a 240% of the initial size.

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The human eye can perform the best OCR. Translations done with reCAPTCHA are more than 99% accurate and this has formed a basis for the accurate translations found at Google Books. Google also uses reCAPTCHA to digitize old copies of the New York Times.

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