Verification is a in-channel or web-based CAPTCHA to verify new users joining your server.
Accounts older than a certain age will not have a complete the first time they join the server.
The age can be modified via the dashboard. If you wish disable passthrough, set the required age to something like 100y.
Passthrough will be disabled during raids.
The user will be presented a CAPTCHA in Discord itself.
There are three different CAPTCHAs served based on internal risk calculations:
- Select the anomalous image (
- Select all matching images (
- Classify the presented image (
- Transcribe the letters in the image (
These CAPTCHAs are purely visual challenges, and not accessible for visually impaired people.
Users unable to solve the CAPTCHA are always able to request a
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Image Label Anomaly
Image Label Binary
Image Label Classify
The user will be presented with a link that has to be opened in a browser to complete the CAPTCHA.
We currently use two third-party CAPTCHA providers on the website, which one depends on internal risk calculations:
Both support options for Accessibility users. We are also using several first-party mitigations to prevent automation software or show alternative first-party CAPTCHAs alternatives that aid in bot defense.
We may introduce new CAPTCHA providers at any time at our sole discretion without declaring it here to help secure your server.
Web-based CAPTCHAs are trusted more than in-channel because more data is available. During raids or after multiple failed attempts at an in-channel CAPTCHAs, web-based CAPTCHAs will be used instead to protect your server.
During heavy attacks, verification will be temporarily completely disabled to protect both your server and our services.
Temporary disables are only deployed when absolutely necessary and rarely seen. When encountered, they typically last up to 10 minutes.
All images used by our in-channel CAPTCHA are generated by AI.
We are automatically checking all images for NSFW content but NSFL content may slip through our automated checks.
If an image contains any inappropiate content, you can report it by pressing
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