The developer behind Chicken Nugget, qRead, and qCast, has officially launched Captcha Be Gone, a way to bypass those pesky visual challenges which ask you to type the letters you see. For an interview with Christopher Toth, and to learn more about the project, you can listen to episode 51 of the BBQ.
Captcha Be Gone is available for both Internet Explorer and Firefox, with support for Crome coming soon. It Enables users to solve captchas typically in under 15 seconds. The service appears to be quicker than what is often found using the free Webvisum extention for Firefox. The difference is that Captcha Be Gone will cost $3 a month, or $33 for a yearly plan. This is introductory pricing which can be locked in now, and is said to go up to $3.50/month and $36/annually. At this time, there appears to be no trial version available. Development has not been announced for other platforms, such as Android or Apple.Source: Captcha Be Gone
There's not enough of them encountered to bother paying a continuous fee.
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