In your program, select one of the captcha solvers that we support: Anti-Captcha (v1.0, v2.0), RuCaptcha, RipCaptcha, 2Captcha, BypassCaptcha, DeathByCaptcha
Then specify your personal API key for CapMonsterCloud in the relevant field in your program from which you will send captchas.
note for DeathByCaptcha: to identify a user, DeathByCaptcha API employs a username and password, not an API key. In this case, specify the API key for CapMonsterCloud in the password field. Enter any value in the username field.
Last step: match our IP with another service so CapMonster.Cloud can get captchas from the aforementioned services. For that, select your operating system, hit the spoiler, and follow the instruction.
Go here: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\ and find the file hosts. Open it with Notepad and add the following lines to the document end:
In some cases, you may need admin rights to save the file. In this case, you will have to follow this simple instruction:
Start typing "Notepad" in the search bar of your taskbar. Once the result is found, RMB-click on it and click "Run as administrator."
In the Notepad upper menu, click File — Open and specify the path to "hosts": C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc. If there are several files with this name in the folder, open the file that has no extension.
Make changes to "hosts" and then save the file in the menu.
Try visiting any of these domains. If everything is correct, a white page will open. If you couldn't do it, contact support: we will help you with all configurations.
Open Terminal via Spotlight or Launchpad
In the application window, enter the command for opening Nano text editor: sudo nano /etc/hosts
After you enter the command, click Enter, type your admin password, and hit Enter again.
The process of entering the admin password is not shown. Just enter the password, click Enter, and you will get into the system.
Now you are in Nano text editor.
Neither mouse nor trackpad work here. You can only use the keyboard.