Google’s New reCAPTCHA v3 to Assign Risk Rating to Visitors
Google launched this week the newest version of its reCAPTCHA technology used to prevent bot activity on websites.
The company says that reCAPTCHA v3 is complete overhaul of the technology and will no longer require user interaction. Instead, users will be assigned “risk scores” based on their source or behavior on the site. Site admins can then decide based on these scores how their website will react.
It is said that admins can enable Google to take automated action by adding action tags on sections of the website they want to protect. Depending on their risk scores, visitors may even be prompted to verify their identity before they can view a page or allowed an action.