This plugin is no longer maintained.
A plugin allowing b2evolution to make use of the reCAPTCHA project from Carnegie Mellon University.
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Comment from: Wille Raab Visitor
Great! I’ve been looking a bit at reCAPTCHA and thought of making a plugin, and then I saw that you’ve made one! Wohooo! :-) Gonna install now, I’ll be back if I find something strange etc.
Comment from: mitja Visitor
It doesnt’t work in Firefox 2.12 and Safari 3.0!
Comment from: Cary Mathews Visitor
Since I’ve not been updating my personal blog recently, I’ve fallen behind on managing this plugin. I’ve moved its location to a new site: http://epapyr.us/2009/01/recaptcha. I’ll work to address the issues raised by the users on my old blog in the coming weeks.
Comment from: Walter Cruz Visitor
Gary, I can’t comment your site, I get a captcha error!
Comment from: janisis Visitor
This plugin has 5 bugs (2 sintax, 3 design). Correct main file you can take - http://test.janisis.org/_recaptcha.plugin.php.txt
Comment from: Johny Visitor
Wgere do i download this WTF
Comment from: Edgar Visitor
I just installed the plugin and it works like a charm.
I am running 3.3.2
You’ll need to register for a captcha account but that’s about it. easy. super easy and looks very professional.