The end of the ‘captcha’ era for Google

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Search giant Google’s security check often prompt’s us by asking the captcha question ‘I’m not a Robot’ which happens to be kind of irksome if you’re trying to cross a step or two. Luckily for us, developers at Google have recently found a new procedure through which we can complete the security checks without having to click on pictures. Usually, Google search security consists of a captcha which expects you to answer tough questions in order to access the website. But this will no longer be required as their new procedure has nothing do with captchas. Instead, the website will track the interactions of the users and determine whether they are authorized or false.
As a result of this new system, users can now access security checks without having to go through cumbersome methods like completing captchas.

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