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Login to website behind captcha seeks to circumvent a captcha. I think that white-hat hacking or penetration testing for the purpose of security improvement might be OK, but this is clearly in the opposite category: exploitation for its own sake. Is this on-topic? Is it OK to be teaching people how to circumvent security, anti-tamper or anti-abuse systems such as captchas?


marked as duplicate by Reinderien, rolfl discussion Sep 20 at 3:26

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Cracking/Hacking is not a reason for a post to be off-topic, but this specific question has incomplete, and non-functional code, so it's not working as intended, so it is off-topic.

I have closed it with that reason.

Having said that, if/when the code works, it would possibly be ready to reopen as working code.

There is a question answered about these types of questions before in Meta... Here

  • \$\begingroup\$ Thanks - I voted to close this as a dupe. \$\endgroup\$ – Reinderien Sep 20 at 3:19

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