[FONT=arial][COLOR=#ff0000][SIZE=6][B]Captcha Sniper version 7.77 has been released![/B][/SIZE][/COLOR][COLOR=#222222]
[U][B][SIZE=4]Captcha Destruction Kit[/SIZE][/B][/U]
We told you it was one of OUR priorities in the last update ...
Well ... here it is ...
The ability to add your own SIMPLE to MEDIUM captcha types!!!!
Captcha Destruction Kit allows you to:
1. Easily download or import a sample set of any types of captchas
2. Quickly perform image proccessing to preprare the captcha images for OCR
3. Configure and test the OCR settings to acheive the highest success rate possible
[B][U][SIZE=4]New Captcha Types[/SIZE][/U][/B]
1. Wikimedia Math 86%
2. Expression Engine Forums 52%
3. Generic Bookmark site (this is actually used other places including RSS directories) 28%
4. Purple Yin Guestbook (easy type) 98%
5. TikiWiki 100%
6. Yap Guestbook 73%
7. Ard Guestbook 100%
8. @lex Guestbook 54%
9. Shutter Image Galleries 83%
10. ZenPhoto Image Galleries 78%
Why version 7.77 instead of the next logical number of 1.5 stable? Why not!
The number 7 symbolizes togetherness and is a lucky number for relationships. It is also recognized as the luckiest number in the West, and is one of the rare numbers that is great in both Chinese and many Western cultures. It is a lucky number in Chinese culture, because it sounds alike to the Chinese character meaning arise.
All existing customers are in the process of receiving an email with download instructions.
We are currently working on a new version of the users guide as well as some video documentation on how to use Captcha Destruction Kit
lol seos you cheap fuck..
the site currently seems hacked and tries to spread malware:
don't open a pdf from the site
@seos: Next dumbass question is a permaban.
@styx: Which site is that man?
the captchasniper site ..i've mailed him already
edit: it seems that he cleaned it now.
be careful.. he doesn't belive me that its infected, because it doesnt inject the iframe all the time and rather said i was infected (although i tested it in a sandbox :P ) ..however i verified it now with a remote service that takes screenshots in different browsers: [url=http://browsershots.org/screenshots/4af22b247c9dbce6ba31fa93d4656fa9]Firefox 7.0.1 / Windows XP[/url] you can clearly see that a download for a malicious PDF pops up.
[QUOTE=styx;10087]be careful.. he doesn't belive me that its infected, because it doesnt inject the iframe all the time and rather said i was infected (although i tested it in a sandbox :P ) ..however i verified it now with a remote service that takes screenshots in different browsers: [url=http://browsershots.org/screenshots/4af22b247c9dbce6ba31fa93d4656fa9]Firefox 7.0.1 / Windows XP[/url] you can clearly see that a download for a malicious PDF pops up.[/QUOTE]
man.. im on your side bro and u continue to post this bs .. whats up with you man?
because you wont belive that your site is currently infected. you say its me :P ..but that screenshot should proove it once and for all, as it was made on a remote computer that i have no control of lol so if its me why is some remote computer seeing the same symptoms ?
i'm just posting it so people don't get infected until you clean it up :P
i tried site with 5 different browsers and NOT a problem with any 1 of them !
You sure it not ur PC ?
What styx posted is a real malware. As styx has no reason (as far as I know) to lie about the CS site, I think the CS site admin should really double check his site. The site does look clean now, here is the virustotal url scan result: [url]https://www.virustotal.com/url/f74fba159aa404cdb07e4af3d1df1ec404a3c34246d4c9858b48decd1793273f/analysis/1338677529/[/url]
Also, keep in mind that the virus could be loading only for a certain IP range in order to avoid detection etc. So caution should be exercised and nothing downloaded from the website like PDFs etc unless you know what you are downloading.
Finally, the malware that looks to be the issue is: [url=http://lmgtfy.com/?q=dabstepinattack.php]Let me google that for you[/url].
Here is some quick info about the malware php:
[I][B]Mal/ExpJS-AA is a mischievous Trojan that is often found in spam emails, fake video codecs, and malicious links in popular social networking sites. The main goal of Mal/ExpJS-AA is to divert affected web users to an exploit website. Sometimes all your files were gone from startup or all programs. Mal/ExpJS-AA is able to mess with the files in your systems registry. Use the removal guide below to remove Mal/ExpJS-AA from your computer.[/B][/I]
No reason for panic, shit happens all the time. Lets clean up the issue and move on....
@Smoke just check the screenshot i posted, it is NOT from my system -> [url=http://browsershots.org/screenshots/4af22b247c9dbce6ba31fa93d4656fa9]Firefox 7.0.1 / Windows XP[/url]
[url=http://browsershots.org]Browsershots[/url] opens a site in many browsers and takes screenshots. its usually for webdesigners to see if their CSS/HTML code looks the same in every browser.
The malware doesn't infect every visitor, only if you enable java and run Firefox (specific versions) it seems. for example the popup on the screenshot was FF7 on XP. Thats also why not everybody can see it, or you are already infected then the malware won't drop either.
just for the record: i'm into computer security research and coding since the 90s. i've done penetration tests for fortune 500 clients, i think i'm qualified enough to analyze this shit :)