I presume that's only for testing sites right?   otherwise you've
created a 'captcha backdoor' on your production site, and if some
blackhat were ever to somehow discover the contents of the magic
string, you're sunk.

On Mar 10, 12:55 pm, Gary <noplus...@gmail.com> wrote:
> To automate around our CAPTCHA, we created an override string and
> store that in a property file on the server.
> If the response to the CAPTCHA challenge is the override string, it
> was as good as entering the correct CAPTCHA.
> On Mar 7, 1:33 pm, Margam <nk.mar...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > For my current client's web site testing requirement, I need to handle
> > a page that has a Captcha.
> > I tried searching the group for any similar treads, but could not.
> > Can anyone help with steps to handle the Captcha? Like getting the
> > text in the captcha image.
> > Thank you very much.
> > Margam- Hide quoted text -
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