Anti-captcha smartwatch websites are becoming increasingly popular in China, where they have been used to identify people on the government’s banned social media platforms.
Now, Chinese researchers have developed a way to make a smartwatch with no captcha, and even prevent users from using it.
The anti-captchas smartwatch is basically a tiny app that uses an app called CaptchaBlock to identify users in photos, video, and text.
The smartwatch will ask users to enter their phone number in the app to enable it to send a request to the company that creates the anti-climbing application.
When the user taps on the “OK” button, the application will automatically block the captcha.
The Chinese anti-correction app will automatically stop a user from being able to use the smartwatch, according to the report.
Users can disable the anti‑captcha function from the smartwatches settings menu, as well as from the app.
Users who want to use Captcha Block can do so by turning off the app and turning off “Enable Captcha block.”
If the user still wants to use a smart watch with no anti-cramble feature, they can do that by turning the anti‐captcha feature back on.