If you’ve been on the web for any amount of time, chances are you’ve solved a CAPTCHA puzzle or two in order to prove you’re a human.
The new feature will allow websites to remember your previously completed CAPTCHA puzzles, so you won’t have to solve them as often. Websites will also be able to determine if you’ve completed a puzzle on another website, further removing redundancy.
Google has quietly added a new "Auto-verify" page in Chrome Settings, Chromium developers call this feature "anti-abuse" and it was added in February, but I haven't seen it mentioned anywhere:https://t.co/OBYo9b3h9r pic.twitter.com/xhVqyaqpnH
— Leopeva64 (@Leopeva64) April 29, 2023
The CAPTCHA system has long been a pain point for users, but a necessary one to reduce bot and spam activity on the web.