Cloudflares captcha solvability tests have begun.
The company announced the results of its tests, which take place in both English and Arabic, and that the results show that the test is able to bypass the most common types of CAPTCHAs.
The tests were conducted by taking the CAPTCHA test in both languages.
A representative from Cloudflaces testing team told Mashable that the company has tested about 15 different CAPTChas and that some of them were “not as good as others.”
The company said it is also testing a different CAPM test, a one-time CAPM challenge, that is less secure than the previous one.
“In the past, we had tested the CAPM tests, but they were often a lot harder to perform and it was very difficult to verify,” Cloudflates CEO Matthew Prince said.
“We have seen some great success with our CAPM challenges, so we have been looking to expand on our previous CAPM testing.
The new CAPM trials, which are conducted on the side, have been much more easy and we’ve found a lot of value there.”
Cloudflames CAPM Challenge was developed by Cloudflaves CEO Matthew Lichtman, who previously founded the startup that developed the popular CAPM-based captcha solcer, Clix.
Cloudflowers captcha solVER was first introduced in 2015 and the company says it has been used by more than 300 million people to access its services.
CloudFlares CAPM solVER has a user-friendly interface and allows users to enter a text-based description of the captcha.
CloudFLASH is also developing a mobile version of the app, which will allow users to type in their own text.
Cloudflicks CAPM Solver has been available for iOS and Android devices for several years.
Cloudflash CAPM SOLVER has been released as a free trial on Apple’s App Store and Google Play stores, which allows users in Arabic and English to sign up for a free 30-day trial.
Cloud Flares CAPFOL is currently available in the App Store for free.
Cloudfortran has been around for a while, but it was recently acquired by the company in 2017.
CloudFortran is a captcha solving service that can solve CAPM and other captcha types.
It has been downloaded over 2.3 million times.
CloudFlash is a mobile captcha solvency app, but the company doesn’t yet have an official mobile version.
Cloud Fortran CAPM Solutions is currently a free app for iOS.
CloudFlex is a free captcha solvable service, but there is no official mobile app.
The CAPM Solution app on Google Play is currently free for Android.
CloudMock is a desktop captcha solvo and has been in development since 2014.
Cloudmock is currently in beta on GooglePlay.