For now, Captcha is one of the most important tools that webmasters wield against bots and spam traffic. Google has now released the all-new reCAPTCHA v3 API that is more customizable and runs adaptive risk analysis in the background to alert webmasters of suspicious traffic. As bots that try to pass as actual humans become more sophisticated, Google’s new tool traps them with adaptive risk analysis. With reCAPTCHA v3, Google is improving the experience even more, with the API returning a score between 0.0 and 1.0 that ranks “how suspicious an interaction is.” The goal is to minimize the “need to interrupt users with challenges at all.”
Read more about Google’s new reCAPTCHA V3 API which will make spamming and sending bot traffic that much more difficult on 9to5Google.