On the recommendation of 2Captcha support, MailBot implemented the 2Captcha WebSocket API to combat the low lifespan of Arkose Labs (FunCAPTCHA) tokens.
It can be selected in the “CAPTCHA service API” list in the window for adding a new account on the CAPTCHA solving service:
This API supports all types of CAPTCHAs that MailBot needs to solve.
The peculiarity of the WebSocket API is that you do not need to constantly poll the API in anticipation of the result of the CAPTCHA solution, the server itself sends a notification about this. Therefore, in the settings of the CAPTCHA service account in the “API timeouts” panel, the first two timeouts will be disabled, for the WebSocket API they do not make sense, you can only configure the total waiting time for the result of the CAPTCHA solution.
Important! So far, you can work with the 2Captcha WebSocket API in a maximum of 2 threads. In the future, this restriction will be lifted.
CAPTCHA statistics have been radically redesigned, now statistics of all submissions, solutions and errors are maintained separately for each type of CAPTCHA.
On the “Statistics” tab, instead of a simple “CAPTCHA” panel, there is now Read more »
Starting from version 12.2, MailBot supports FunCAPTCHA solution in Outlook creator when creating an account:
FunCAPTCHA variant with rotating animals that Outlook generates can be solved using 2Captcha and Anti Captcha (only via API v2) manual recognition services, as well as CapMonster Cloud. Other FunCAPTCHA variants (dice, shadows, galaxies, etc.) can only be solved by 2Captcha and Anti Captcha.
Important! Site owner with FunCAPTCHA installed (in our case, this is Outlook) has the ability to check whether IP address from which account creation requests come and IP address from which FunCaptcha was solved match. Therefore, it is very important to Read more »
According to numerous requests of customers implemented selection from the list of phone countries supported by selected SMS-activation service:
All SMS-services API supported by MailBot are listed in the list “SMS service API”. When you select an API in this list, MailBot automatically populates the list of domains that support this API. You can still enter your own domain that supports the selected API type. When you select a domain in the “API domain” list, the “Phone numbers country” list is automatically populated with the list of countries supported by selected SMS-service. If the “Random” checkbox is checked, MailBot will select a random country from the “Phone numbers country” list for each phone number request.