Cybercriminals programming bots to scour the Internet looking for methods to modify web pages, access databases, and steal data represent one of the more ubiquitous online risks. The Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart is known as CAPTCHA. It is intended to do exactly what it says on the tin: distinguish between malicious bots and honest people.
When CAPTCHA tests initially debuted in the late 1990s, they were composed of warped images with a mix of random letters and numbers. Bots may wish to access specific Web pages for a variety of malevolent purposes. Make phony accounts and squander priceless resources. Threat actors utilize these fictitious identities to amplify traffic, overburden servers, and deny legitimate users the services they are entitled to.