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A cursory glance at the code indicates that it is using onloadCallback event to trigger the reCAPTCHA on page load.
This is awkward for me, as I have my Umbraco contact forms sitting on an off-canvas element that the user can't see without explicitly activating it, and hence would have no idea why the page is demanding they satisfy a spam-check.
Is there anything special that I need to satisfy (i.e. required by InisibleReCaptcha.dll) if I wanted to change this to be a programmatically invoked challenge, as per the Google documentation ?
You can change frontend code as you want, no problem for serverside checking the reCaptcha. Please, share with the community how did you do that with Umbraco Forms.
Did you solve the issue? can you share?
It's still on my to-do list - other jobs with higher priorities mean that I'm still using the standard reCaptcha2 for the time being. Hopefully I'll find time for it in the new year.
Apologies for the necro-post, but digging this up for a specific reason.
I've lost the source for this plug-in, and the package appears to have been removed - although the older v2 package is still listed.
Because of the current issue of reCAPTCHA-v2 being bypassed, it's becoming an imperative to try and build a reCAPTCHA-v3 plug-in for Umbraco-v7, as a number of my Umbraco-Cloud-v7 sites are being heavily spammed, and they are not going to migrate to v8 in the immediate future.
From what I remember of this package, it would give me a head-start in doing that.
Any chance you still have the package and source archived and able to post it to the older v2 archive link?
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