I just noticed a few days ago that I don't get asked for the words in the pictures anymore when starting a new hub. Did that go away and some other security thing will be implemented?
As someone with multiple accounts () I THINK this is how it works:
A user with a low authorscore OR a member over a certain time doesn't have to enter a captcha. Low scores or new members do.
I don't have to when writing a hub on this account. I do have to on other (new, lower scoring) accounts.
Well I've learned something new, I've never had to enter one. At least I don't remember. Thanks for the info.
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