For users, who use a standalone iMacros application we created a JS file that contains a functionality for solving a Recaptcha in any browser, including IE which one is used by iMacros software.
There is only Google reCAPTCHA 2.0 solving implemented. We can't say exactly if a same file for recular image captchas will be done, if so it may have limited functionality.
If you use an iMacros extension for Chrome or Firefox-like browsers instead we recommend to install our AntiCaptcha extension for browsers and learn about its capabilities for solving reCAPTCHA 2 and regular image captchas. Our extension works perfectly with iMacros extension allowing you to solve any captcha by using this specialized tool.
The iMacros example is presented below, it opens page with recaptcha and solves it. A YOUR-ANTI-CAPTCHA-API-KEY need to replaced by your Anti-Captcha.com account key.
In the line number 6 Anti-Captcha.com API key is set.
In the line 9 — your API key is fetched into a TEXTAREA element, which is always presented on page with reCAPTCHA.
If this way of setting the API key doesn't work properly you may uncomment the line 11, the API key there is set into a special DIV element.
Such method is less laconic, but is more reliable.
Both ways of setting key are supported.
The line 14 includes the JS file with recaptcha solving functional. It's always recommended to include this file from cdn.antcpt.com, only this way it will have all the latest features and fixes.
On certain websites it's forbidden to include any external JS file because of a Content-Security-Policy header and our recaptcha.js won't be embedded as well.
In such cases a whole code of a JS recaptcha solving file can be placed by one line directly into your iMacros script.
The line 14 should be replaced with a content of a quite large single-line file that you can get from the following link: https://cdn.antcpt.com/imacros_inclusion/recaptcha.js.imm .
In case of any problem with AntiCaptcha plugin integration with iMacros you can write us using Feedback form!