The object contains data for hCaptcha solving task. To provide solid universality for solving this type of task we have reproduce every piece of environment used for an automation task you plan to complete. This includes:
This approach will eliminate all possible obstacles which might implement in the future.
This type of captcha might be solved a bit longer than usual image captcha, but this issue is compensated by the fact that g-captcha-response value we send to you is valid for the next 60 seconds after we solves your hCaptcha.
Attention! hCaptcha seems to have limit of solved tasks from one IP, about 3 items per 12 hours. Take this into account when you build solving process through your proxy.
Attention! Proxies with IP authorization are not yet supported.
Address of a webpage with hCaptcha
hCaptcha website key.
Use true for invisible version of hcaptcha
Custom data that is used in some implementations of hCaptcha, mostly with isInvisible=true. In most cases you see it as rqdata inside network requests. IMPORTANT: you MUST provide userAgent if you submit captcha with data parameter. The value should match the User-Agent you use when interacting with the target website. Pass only the actual UA from Windows OS. Now this is version 119: “Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/220.127.116.11 Safari/537.36”
Type of the proxy
http - usual http/https proxy https - try this only if "http" doesn't work (required by some custom proxy servers) socks4 - socks4 proxy socks5 - socks5 proxy
Proxy IP address IPv4/IPv6. Not allowed to use:
host names instead of IPs
transparent proxies (where client IP is visible)
proxies from local networks (192.., 10.., 127...)
Login for proxy which requires authorizaiton (basic)
The browser User-Agent used in the emulation. You must use a modern browser signature or Google will return an error asking you to update your browser. Pass only the actual UA from Windows OS. Now this is version 119: “Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/18.104.22.168 Safari/537.36”
Additional cookies which we must use during interaction with target page.
true - when specifying this parameter, we ignore the irrelevant User Agent that users send in the request, and return our own (relevant) one with getTaskResult. This will improve the acceptance of tokens.
false - we insert the User Agent that is specified in the request. If the User Agent is invalid, you will receive an error ERROR_WRONG_USERAGENT (USERAGENT IS EXPIRED in the log).
Supported Types The supported image types are as follows：