It's a cool idea. Also not usable by those who are visually impaired, as
best I can tell.
I'm going to be honest, I think svetlana may be on to something.
On 3 December 2014 at 18:17, Jay Ashworth <jra(a)baylink.com> wrote:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ryan Kaldari"
spambots. We just have to jump out of the
existing captcha design
band-wagon. Here are some ideas:
Surely we can come up with a creative idea that
* Easy for humans to solve
* Can't be solved by out-of-the-box captcha breakers
* Isn't trivial for programmers to solve
I would like to suggest a slight variant on something google's doing
now, that I don't think they got quite right.
Pick half a dozen animals of which there are many specie variants, say,
dog, cat, snake, bird, etc.
Show the user one such animal, and a 3x3 grid with 4 animals from that
species, and 5 which are from the others, 64x64px ought to be plenty.
Ask them to click on all the animals of the same species. Assuming
we can word that in a way that doesn't fail for people who don't know
species are. Without losing the advantages of using pictures by *saying*
"cat", that is.
The key here is to make the evaluation criteria sufficiently clear;
the google implementation seems to require too much introspection into
which characteristics of the pictured object they want you to match.
Once you've captcha'd then, you could, I would expect, put a cookie
on the browser good for some amount of time and hashed against, say,
the browser ID string or something so it's not portable?
Jay R. Ashworth Baylink
Designer The Things I Think RFC
Ashworth & Associates http://www.bcp38.info
St Petersburg FL USA BCP38: Ask For It By Name! +1 727 647
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