BotDetect CAPTCHA Generator Homepage
BotDetect™ CAPTCHA generator is a form security solution using Captcha challenges, that are easy for humans but hard for bots, to prevent automated page posting. Bots are kept from accessing protected website functionality using Captcha images specifically designed to be out of reach of computer vision and OCR technologies. BotDetect also provides an audio Captcha alternative to keep websites accessible to people with impaired vision, enabling you to make WCAG and Section 508 compliant websites.
BotDetect is unique among Captcha generators in offering many Captcha image and sound styles. While each of them is easily comprehensible to human users, randomly using multiple Captcha generation algorithms makes the generated Captcha challenge practically impossible to pass automatically.
This approach to Captcha security is validated by the BotDetect track record: we have over 3000 paying customers and not one confirmed case of automated Captcha breaking by spammers.
Visual Studio 2015 & .NET 4.6 Ready
BotDetect ASP.NET CAPTCHA v3.0.16 supports the latest Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 4.6 releases.
Full support for all Android & iOS devices
BotDetect CAPTCHA v3.0.13 audio now works on Android and iOS devices. Unlike other Captchas, sounds are played directly on the form page, without opening the media player app.
BotDetect CAPTCHA Features
- 60 secure & readable Captcha image styles
- 10 secure & accessible audio Captcha sound styles
- Localized Captcha generation, using various Unicode character sets and downloadable multi-language sound pronunciations
- Custom Captcha image size, format, color scheme...
- Custom Captcha code length, style, character set, timeouts, generated code filtering...
- Many other randomization & customization options
- Compatible with various MVC web application frameworks
- PHP Captcha
- ASP.NET Captcha Control details...
- Java Captcha Library details...
- ASP Captcha Component details...
BotDetect vs. Recaptcha
Some people might genuinely disagree, and the team 'dark side' would certainly work hard to frame it differently, but unfortunately the mainstream captcha market has dwindled down to only two viable options.
BotDetect and recaptcha, us versus them. So let's see how we stack up against each other.
1) BotDetect Does Not Spy
Unlike recaptcha spyware joke, BotDetect doesn't operate under 'if we can doxx you then you are human' principles; and will not leave you confused or puzzled when your application starts getting rejected by the most of world governments on the grounds of national security. Be it on their own websites, or on the websites of their sensitive institutions and industries.
The US State Department, the US Supreme Court, the US Department of Homeland Security, and numerous other US federal agencies are all our paying customers.
But the FBI is a recaptcha user. One might say so they can fill the 'invisible' part of that form -- with the info that would be either illegal to ask, or unlikely to be answered. The NSA is almost promoting them. See this. No, there is no BotDetect on that list.
Does Google knowingly and willingly play hand in hand with the NSA, or it is just the stupidity of the new (nocaptcha) recaptcha service architecture that opened it up for the NSA use and abuse? It is difficult to say and impossible to prove.
One way or another, we consider them to be the team we call the ‘dark side'. And we consider recaptcha to be spyware. You decide for yourself.
2) BotDetect is a Safe Bet for the US Government Websites
BotDetect is Section 508 compliant and legal on the US federal agencies' websites -- unlike the above mentioned spyware of dubious legality that is just lame-ducking there while awaiting for its Section 508 lawsuit by a disgruntled employee or a user to throw it away.
Why is it like that? It is simple. When you block cookies in your browser, or go into incognito mode so the spyware cannot spy any more, it reverts back to the old recaptcha. And few things short of a miracle will make your application with the old recaptcha able to satisfy this particular Section 508 requirement.
Hopefully, it will not be your application underpinning the spyware when such a kind of suit hits. While the sue-ball itself will be directed toward a particular federal agency, it will be your application -- not the spyware -- alleged to be the Section 508 non-compliant. You might have a hard time explaining it to other potential customers.
You might say the FBI was supposed to be aware of this. We think so too. But we guess the FBI has some other 'priorities' :)
3) BotDetect Works in China
Oh, we almost forgot to mention, BotDetect works in China -- feel free to guess what particular 'captcha' doesn't :)
BotDetect CAPTCHA Customer References
Over the years, our products became a household name for high-quality Captcha components. Today, among our 3,000 customers, we are proud to have the following as our clients; Morgan Stanley, NASDAQ, Intuit, Con Edison, Accenture, Christie's Auctions, EMI Music, McNeil Consumer Healthcare, Swiss Telecom, and many more.