Please note visualCaptcha is no longer actively developed. It still works and should continue to, but it won't be improved by the initial team anymore. Any PRs will be reviewed and accepted if beneficial, though. Also any help necessary for existing versions setup will likely be provided by Bruno Bernardino
visualCaptcha is a configurable captcha solution, focusing on accessibility & simplicity, whilst maintaining security. It's also localizable and free, open-source, and we encourage customizations per site.
It also supports mobile, retina devices, and has an innovative accessibility solution.
It's licensed under MIT, but you can reach us if you want other licenses.
visualCaptcha supports many back-end and front-end languages/frameworks/libraries, which you can look into in more depth below:
Please note each have their own version numbers.
We're calling this new version of visualCaptcha "5.0", even though some of these packages and versions start at 1. It's just internal nomenclature (there were previous visualCaptcha versions that weren't open sourced or even built like this).
Full-stack demos / implementations
These are samples/demos of how you can integrate visualCaptcha with multiple combinations of the front-end/back-end packages.
|PHP & jQuery|
|Node.js & Vanilla JS|
|Ruby & Angular.js|
|PHP & jQuery Multiple Captchas|
|Django & Vanilla JS|
There's also a Meteor integration, but it's deprecated and outdated, no longer maintained officially.
These are the stand-alone back-end packages, available in different package managers, for the different back-end languages. These will usually not need to be changed/customized by you, but you'll need them to implement visualCaptcha.
There's also a Meteor/Meteorite back-end package, but it's deprecated and outdated, no longer maintained officially.
These are the stand-alone front-end packages, available in bower, for different libraries/frameworks. These will usually not need to be changed/customized by you, but you'll need them to implement visualCaptcha.
These are all built by the Front-end Core Repo repo, so if you wish to contribute to any of the front-end packages above, that is the repo to contribute to.
These are plug-ins for popular CMS' that are plug-and-play.
Unofficial versions (created by community members)
Please note we don't maintain these and some might be outdated. Use at your own risk.
- CodeIgniter Spark
- Laravel + jQuery
- CakePHP + jQuery
- Java + Spring + AngularJS
- CakePHP + NetCommons3 + Japanese
- Java JAX-RS + JQuery
Yeah, this repo exists only to be a place to list all other repos.
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