Try to defeat vAntibot 2 / php human verification / antibot


Real source code in github different from one in video , in video i was testing.

You can download it from github :

Enjoy and have fun ! vAntibot 2 is still not defetead

Also here is the demo for shortdevs another tool i built

you can download it from github if you needed.


How to make .pem files corresponding to keys human readale?

I have some .pem files containing public and private keys for rsa and dh, generated with genpkey (NOT certificates).

How do I make them human readable, as if they were generated with the -text option in genpkey ?

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Gmail inbox “snippets” don’t match the email – text is there but hidden from human view – how?

I am curious about Google’s Gmail “snippets”. From most emailers, the snippet is the first few words of the email, or in some cases, the Google A.I. seems to pick out what it thinks is an important sentence to display (which usually it gets right). But from a few emailers — notably Facebook — somehow, the snippet displayed is not even mentioned in the email. For example —

Gmail shows "snippet" of an email I received.

The email from Facebook, about a post my friend made on Facebook, displays text from his post; but the email itself contains nothing about being diagnosed with cancer:
The email displays no content related to its Gmail "snippet".

When I search for info on Gmail Snippets, I find instructions for turning on and off in “settings”, and I find advice for email marketing people about tailoring the email to display an effective snippet (like, don’t have your first line be your unsubscribe link); but I have found nothing about how to make the snippet be unrelated to the content of your email.

When I view source with ctrl-U, all I see is a wall of CSS and (what I think is) Javascript. When I ctrl-F to search for “cancer” and “diagnosed”, it comes up empty.

When I ctrl-F to search for “cancer” in the message, it says it found one instance, but nothing is displayed:
Searching finds something but it is not displayed.

When I forward the message to an old text-only system where I have an account, I do see the snippet as the very first line of the message (prior to a bunch of Facebook links and then CSS and HTML that doesn’t render on the text-only interface).

So, how is Facebook doing this? Are they using a 0-size font, or something? (I think they are not using a font color that matches the background, because then it would be displayed, highlighted, by ctrl-F.) I think that cannot be it, because I would see the markup on the text-only system. Is there some rule that you can hide text from human view in Gmail, if it comes before the HTML? This has been bugging me for a few weeks, so thanks for any insights.

Any ideas? How can I put my JOKES website before human eyes?

Any ideas? How can I put my JOKES website before human eyes?

Its not just a jokes website, but I am starting with this angle.
Now how do I put this website before people? To join, to comment, to react to jokes etc etc?

What method would you suggest to get a couple 1000 people to join the website, and to comment or react to jokes?

I am thinking google adsense will not be a choice here.
Not sure how to promote a jokes website via adsense.

I do not think fb will work either.
Seems like people do not like to click links on fb. They just see the title of webpage on fb, and leave a reaction on fb itself.
I honestly do not want a fan page on fb for no real returns…

What else can be done?
My target is to get about 1000 people on the site by the end of this financial year March 2021.
Not an unrealistic goal I guess…


Is there non human risk related to idle sessions?

Let’s say the OS is Windows or Linux

As a System Admin, I think the answer to this question is : NO

I always configure end users machine for auto lockout for a given idle session time. Because I’m think, if the user leaves the machine without locking it, I should try something to at least protect my network

What if I did not do that ? Do you think there could be reasonable risk not related to a malicious person taking advantage of an idle session ?

authentication – How do we verify a human agent in light of WCAG 2.2?

WCAG is a set of standard web accessibility criteria developed by the W3C that have been adopted by regulatory agencies in a number of countries, including Section 508 in the U.S., which makes compliance mandatory for all government websites.

The current working draft of WCAG 2.2 introduces a new success criterion, 3.3.7: Accessible Authentication. This is a level-A criterion, meaning it must be met in order to claim any degree of compliance.

The success criterion has the following definition:

Success Criterion 3.3.7 Accessible Authentication (Level A): If an authentication process relies on a cognitive function test, at least one other method must also be available that does not rely on a cognitive function test.

The definition of a cognitive function test is given in part as:

A task that requires the user to remember, manipulate, or transcribe information… includ(ing)… memorization, such as remembering a username (or) password(;)… transcription, such as typing in chracters;… performance of calculations; (or) solving of puzzles.

What I’m most concerned about is captcha, which appears to be completely barred by this criterion. The standard “wavy text” captcha is barred as “transcription;” the standard “accessible alternative” audio captcha is also “transcription.” The historical alternative “math problem” captcha is “performance of (a) calculation.” And the modern captcha is almost blatantly called out by the standard as “solving (a) puzzle” (“identifying which images include a particular object”).

How can we verify that an agent accessing a system is indeed a human while still complying with WCAG 2.2 criterion 3.3.7?

web browser – Why is web scraping software recognized as human?

I know that there are many open source projects that focus on web scraping and automation testing. The prominent ones are Puppeteer and Selenium. But these projects are not recognized as bots in recaptcha-like bot detection mechanism – at least during my experiments. For instance, I used Puppeteer and recaptcha for this experiment and all of the results returned as human, which are not true. My first assumption is that because these projects are cpu intensive, the malicious individuals won’t use these software for malicious purposes.

I have read that recaptcha looks at browser headers etc. and if they are outdated/malformed then it may mark the user as bot. So, maybe, because puppeteer use the same browser that I use, recaptcha detects the puppeteer as human. But, browser headers are not good measurements, are they? They can be easily forged after all.

I don’t think that attackers simply send http request thousands times to a website because if they do, recaptcha won’t be able to load at the first place and will mark them as bots even without doing anything.

So, my questions are

Which software do attackers use for automated attacks/spams?

Against which software/attack recaptcha protects the website?

dnd 5e – Can non-humanoid monsters live in a human society?

Have you heard of Eberron?

In Eberron, there is one entire country (Droaam), almost entirely populated with monsters. In addition to that, Shaarn, the largest city in all of Eberron, is filled with Droaam immigrants, such as Harpies, Ogres, Awakened Griffons and even Onis and Medusa’s which I think can be safely categorized as “scary monsters”. While there are no specific examples of extremely powerful monsters such as liches, it is plausible that a lich could be a citizen of Shaarn.

In other worlds and cities, monsters like the Xanathar run crime guilds or a part of crime guilds, but that doesn’t really count as being a citizen.

web development – How should a human translator translate a website into another language?

If it is necessary to translate all of the interface on the site from one language to the other, how can that be done competently?

It’s possible to give the HTML code to the translator and let him edit whatever is between the tags, but I don’t think this is the right way to go.

What data and in what from should be given to the translator?