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mac_editor
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@slhdsnet Interesting. I'm running macOS 10.14.3 (not much different from .2) and my score on Safari (12.0.3) is 0.9.

Some documentation:  https://developers.google.com/recaptcha/docs/v3

Post:  https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2018/10/introducing-recaptcha-v3-new-way-to.html

Basically a 0.8 requirement should be pretty aggressive at filtering out most spam. Since it trains itself by looking at traffic on the website, it should be hard to game. Bots typically have observable patterns and it should be difficult (not impossible) to design a bot with measures to maintain high scores.

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@slhdsnet ,  the reCAPTCHA threshold was temporarily lowered to 0.6 a week ago to allow easier access. Unfortunately Chinese univerity spammers once again gained access. Hence it's set to 0.8 0.7which filters them out.

Check your CAPTCHA score
Please refer to @mac_editor's links on improving your score. I, like @mac_editor, have a 0.9 score at:
https://recaptcha-demo.appspot.com/recaptcha-v3-request-scores.php

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mr.ribeiro
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Luck mine, i checked the "keep me logged" and not have the problem with login. Smile

To do: Create my signature with system and expected eGPU configuration information to give context to my posts. I have no builds.

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slhdsnet
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@mac_editor  Thank you for the relevant explanation.  It appears it is a hit & miss login for me at this point.  I ran the v3 request scores php script again a few times and not only do I get a score of 0.7 the majority of the times but have also got a score of 0.9 and 0.3 respectively...  This is now becoming somewhat frustrating and the weird thing is whenever I log with a PC rather than my Mac, all is working with no hiccups !!  Per @nando4 message, can you please post your link on how to improving one's reCAPTCHA score ?  Many thanks for your support.

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@slhdsnet it isn’t specified anywhere how to improve scores (bots could use the same tricks if that was known). What score do you get in a private window? Also what about in a different web browser? I am using Safari on iOS and my score is 0.9 there as well. 

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@mac_editor  Well, am still stuck at 0.7 about 90% of the time on my Mac, this regardless of the web browser I use...  It is exactly the same when trying from an iPad...  However, I'm always at 0.9 when I login from a Windows PC.  Go figure.  Somewhat weird but I seem to be more successful at login on my Mac when I open my Google account and leave open to begin with !!!

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This is really annoying. Using Firefox and Edge on Windows 10 and keeping get 0.7 score. Managed to login after 10+ times.

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@mac_editor  Well, wanted to share my experiences as of late regarding the reCAPTCHA ordeal.  I have researched and read lots of Google documentation on the subject topic.  Did many tests and many experimentation but to this day, am still unable to login consistently on the site...  Just like mentioned by @kid it can take up to 10+ attempts to login but it even does not sometimes.  This is becoming quite irritating and frustrating, especially when I login from a Windows PC whereas it always logs in at first try !!

QUICK TIP:  On the above basis, the workaround I have found to ease the login process is actually quite simple.  Login from a PC !!  Seriously, you first login in your Google account and keep open.  Then you open eGPU.io and login.  In my case, I will login on either the first or the second attempt, which is far better than to keep trying to no avail.

I believe more attention should be given on this topic to help find a resolve for all of the eGPU.io community members.  Many thanks for your support.

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So far I tested on Firefox, Edge, Safari on iOS, also all the privacy modes. None of them gets a score above 0.7. After some googling, it appears that logging in your google account gives you 0.9 because recaptcha is owned by google. Guess it's just another data collecting tool by the "do be evil" company.

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slhdsnet
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@kid  You just confirmed the same I have experienced, i.e. 0.9 when I log into my Google account first and this before I login to eGPU.io !!  If I do not log in Google first, I get 0.7 but have seen 0.3 on occasion, go figure...  Still and what I do not understand is why I can login at first try whenever I do so from a Windows PC.  Can anyone explain this ???

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