Invisible reCAPTCHA for WordPress

reCAPTCHA is a utility which acts as a security measurement on websites to prevent bots and spammers.

Install reCAPTCHA on WordPress

We previously wrote a very useful blog post Protect WordPress with Google reCAPTCHA.

That article is still relevant except that a newer reCAPTCHA is available so we want to recommend a new plugin which will provide you with the invisible Google reCAPTCHA. The plugin is simply called Invisible reCAPTCHA and it is a free plugin. Once you’ve installed it you can fill in your site key and secret key. Then enable the captcha on your login form, registration form, comment form and password reset form.

Get Invisible reCAPTCHA plugin

WordPress reCAPTCHA really does secure your website from attacks.

Previous reCAPTCHA

Google owns reCAPTCHA and previously launched the “I’m not a robot” captcha which looked like this:


It worked very well but they have now improved it even further!

Introducing Invisible reCAPTCHA

The newest version of the captcha is now completely invisible and it works great!

It won’t show the “I’m not a robot” at all but if – based on it’s internal calculations – it suspects you may be a bot or spammer it will have a popup asking you to select a series of images or a correct image in a grid or fill in a string of alphanumerics. This happens very seldom but it does happen just so that reCAPTCHA can be sure.

Enjoy it and feel free to comment and share your experience with it.


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