Police in the Netherlands have used a special robot that can crack a simple captcha in a bid to help solve an internet problem.
The robot was deployed to crack a problem involving the number 10.
The problem was brought to light after Dutch authorities realised they had a problem with the captcha, which allows users to input the number from a phone number.
In the case of 10, a number with a “10” in it had been generated from an image of the planet Venus.
In order to solve the problem, the Dutch Police Service’s special robot was programmed to generate the number by combining a number from the phone number with the digits of the letters in the alphabet.
The captcha is based on the letters A, B, C, D, E and F.
It is a simple and easy to understand code that helps users to solve complex problems, such as finding the correct answer to a trivia question.
But the captcha is not without its problems, as it can only handle the letters E and B.
In a tweet, police chief Christian De Jonge said that the captcha was being used by the police to try to find the correct number in the case, adding that the number would be found by looking at the text of the question.
Police have also used the robot to solve other captcha problems, and this latest one was the first time that the robot was able to crack the code in the captcha problem.
Police say that they have been using the robot for about two weeks to try and solve the captcha and other problems in the future.