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  1. Hi all, I am sorry if I am posting this in the wrong place. If so, kindly transfer it to the appropriate section. I was using code that used recaptcha and that worked perfectly well. Now it has stopped working. The recaptcha dialog box simply does not display. Does anyone have any clue what could be going on? Has someone else also faced this similar problem recently Thanks all.
  2. I implemented google's reCAPTCHA V2 on http:// on the remote apache shared server and it worked 100%. I then changed the protocol to my shared server SSL using the same PHP script as the non-SSL script. The older version of reCaptcha had an SSL 'false' to 'true' SSL parameter, whereas I can't find one for V2. I had to use htaccess to redirect the example.com to the shared SSL server https://serverid.net/example/ which works perfectly without recCAPTCHA. I incorporated reCAPTCHA V2 and the error message where the reCAPTCHA image should be shows "ERROR: Invalid domain for site key". Here's the htaccess: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(.*)example\.com [NC] RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} 80 RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://servername.net/example/$1 [R,L] And the recaptchalib.php code in case that helps: https://github.com/google/ReCAPTCHA/blob/master/php/recaptchalib.php Anyone know how to make this work? (If this is not the right forum for this, please direct me to the appropriate one. Thx)
  3. I have a form that I decided to include Google recaptcha as an added measure of security. When I added the recaptcha it triggers an error because the recaptcha is not whitelisted. I read that HTML5 does not allow assigning the name attribute to div. i.e. <div name="myName"></div>. Against convention, I tried adding a name to the recaptcha div and adding that name to the whitelist. That approach failed. There is an iframe within the div that has the name attribute. I tried using the iframe name in the whitelist. That approach also failed. There is a hidden input that has an id="recaptcha-token". I added 'recaptcha-token' to the whitelist. This approach also failed. The hidden input is generated by the recaptcha api, so I don't think I have a means of assigning a name attribute to this input. Does anyone have a workaround or suggestion ? Note: form validation and whitelist all worked as expected prior to adding recaptcha. This is the div within the form. <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-12"> <div class="g-recaptcha" data-sitekey="<?php print $public_key;?>"></div> </div> </div> This is the code block using the whitelist. // VERIFY LEGITIMACY OF TOKEN if (verifyFormToken('form1')) { // Building a whitelist array with keys which will send through the form, no others would be accepted later on $whitelist = array('token','req-fName','req-lName','req-email','req-phone','req-address','req-city','req-state','req-zip','req-message','req_method','req-dateDepart','req-dateReturn','recaptcha-token','submit'); // Building an array with the $_POST-superglobal foreach ($_POST as $key=>$item) { // Check if the value $key (fieldname from $_POST) can be found in the whitelisting array, if not, die with a short message to the hacker if (!in_array($key, $whitelist)) { writeLog('Unknown form fields'); die('Hack-Attempt detected. Only the fields originally included in the form are allowed!'); } } } Thanks in advance for having a look at this.
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