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This function helps create user modules that will be trained to solve a certain type of captcha.

To go to the module training page, click the email in the upper-right area of the website and select the relevant option in the menu.

How it works


  1. Pack several captchas into an archive

  2. Send them to us, specifying the module name

  3. Deposit $10 to the balance (they will remain on your balance)

  4. We create the module

  5. You send requests from your program, specifying the name of the created module.

Now let's go into the details of each step.

1. Collecting captchas

How many captchas do I need?

To answer this question, flag the types of symbols that your captcha contains, in the form on the Module training page. After that, a hint telling you how many captchas to upload will appear above the button for selecting the archive for uploading:

Supported image formats

  • jpg

  • jpeg

  • gif

  • pngbmp

How do I collect captchas?

Let's look at the example with ZennoPoster.

Imagine you are registering accounts on the website and it has a captcha a module for which you want to create. There are several options:

  • Most probably, you already have a running project for this website, which means you are already solving this captcha. In the action Recognize captcha, in the More tab, you can find the Saving option that is created for such cases.

  • You can go an easier way: go to the captcha page. It always has the Refresh button. Send the captcha to the solver or manual solving (having set up Saving Captchas in the action), refresh the captcha, and send it for solving again. Repeat these steps until you collect enough captchas.


Do not run captcha collection in tens and hundreds of threads! Few websites would like that.

2. Sending the captcha archive

2.1. Name

First, set the module name (Latin characters only)


The module name must not contain the word captcha

2.2. Types of symbols

Flag the types of symbols that your captcha contains.

What you flag here affects the number of captchas you will need to upload to train the module.

You can choose one or several options from the suggested.


You have to flag at least one of the following options: "Contains Cyrillic characters", "Contains Latin characters", "Contains numbers"

2.3. Location of marking

Specify where captcha answers are located.

It's simple:

  • No: select this if you don't have answers to captchas (in this case, module training may take longer)

  • File names: select this if the name of every captcha image is the answer to it (sometimes a captcha answers cannot be saved in the file name: operating systems do not allow some symbols in file names)

  • File in archive: select this if answers are saved in a file (it must be a plain text file—.txt)

    • File name: answers.txt

    • Must be located inside the archive with captchas

    • Format: CaptchaFileName:CaptchaAnswer, each captcha on a new line Example:

      Code Block

2.4. Sending the archive

After you specified the module name, selected symbol types, and location of answers, you need to upload the zip archive with the captchas and send to us.

2.5. Payment

  • If you did all that correctly, your request will appear in the table with the Validated status.

  • After that, you need to deposit $10 per module.

The funds allocated to training are not debited but stay on the balance. You can spend them on solving any captchas, anytime.

  • After successful deposit, the status of the first uploaded module will change to Paid.

3. Statuses


You get this status after you send the form (given that you have done everything correctly).

Modules with this status can be deleted. If you uploaded the module but realized that you sent a wrong archive or gave a bad name for the module, you can delete it, make changes, and send it again.


Your payment for the module was accepted.


Preparatory works.


Captcha marking completed. Training in progress.


The module is ready! You can now submit captchas to it.

4. Sending captchas to a certain module

There are several ways to specify a module that will solve the captchas:


titleHow long does module training take?

It usually takes one day.

Note. Training goes on business days from Monday to Friday. If you sent a request on Friday, training will be completed at the beginning of the next week.

titleI want to train several modules. How do I do it right?

The algorithm is more than simple: you just upload the captcha archive and pay for it. Then, you upload the second archive and pay for it. You do that for all archives.

Training takes one day per module.

titleI see the "Error" sign in the "Comment" column next to my module. What do I do?

Don't hit the panic button. (wink)Just wait a bit.

If nothing changed in a day, contact support. We will be there for you.

titleI uploaded a wrong archive. Can I resend it?

If you didn't pay for the module and it has the Validated status, you can delete it. You can find more in the description of the Validated status.

titleWhat is the "Manage" column in the table? I don't see anything there.

You will see the "Delete" button in this column. But it's only available for the modules with the Validated status.

For modules with other statuses, this column remains empty.

titleWhy were some symbols added to the name of my module?

This is done to make the module name unique. Some systems users may choose the same name for their module. To avoid confusion, the system automatically generates and adds random symbols to module names. This way, every user will send captchas to their module—no confusion.

titleCan I get a trained module for CapMonster2?

Now. The trained module is only available in CapMonster.Cloud.

titleI'm not satisfied with the quality of training. What do I do?

Contact our support service.

titleI have a question not covered here. What should I do?

Contact our support service.