I'm still busy with refining my TruBar
, but I need some help from you guys
As I already said, I'm not a programmer and the coding sometimes is coming too hard on me.
By now TruBar uses random backgrounds, random fonts, random string colors, random character numbers, random string angle and random off center position.
It stores the image ID in the DB and does the check through the DB.
That makes it one of the most difficult to brake, but I don't want it to be difficult.
I want it unbreakable.
Here is an idea.
As you can see the code is hidden, and there is no way to see the same code in a browser or any image viewer, but with the provided viewer.
The moment you go for it, the image will regenerate (it is already destroyed)
Before I go for your help, I would like to know:
- is it difficult or possible to write a bot script that will drag the viewer on top of the image in order to see it?
Can some one write so clever spam script which will drag the small viewer two times if it needs to see the whole code?
My opinion is that there is no productive scripts that brake captcha code by recognizing picture.
It is possible, but not in production use.
The most common way of braking captcha is by posting one and the same form, with different content. (A human fills up the code and the script just changes the content and the destination)
That is possible if the image ID is not stored in the DB and deleted after is used.
So, is the idea with the viewer good enough to put an effort on it?
If "YES" I'll need a little help