Have you ever tried browsing the internet but instead you were redirected to an ugly page that asks you to confirm that you are not a robot? Well, such pages are called Captcha pages. They were created to put a check on bot traffics that has been used to send spam messages and perform automated browsing tasks. However, such pages degrade the user browser experienced and this program allows the user to bypass such annoying pages automatically.
This program is a Firefox browser extension. The user may choose to fill the field manually by right-clicking on the captcha fields. The extension can also be deactivated for a current page by right-clicking on the page and choosing the option from the context menu. This program is effective in handling captcha automatically.
It is also available for other browsers as well. Int works by integrating itself into the browser and automatically detects when the browser was redirected to a captcha page. The program automatically fills the fields in the form. When it has completed filling the fields, it sends a notice to the status bar. However, the notification feature requires that the user register an account at the product website.
It is part from mozilla extensions category and is licensed as shareware for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit platform and can be used as a free trial until the trial period will end. The Rumola for Firefox demo is available to all software users as a free download with potential restrictions compared with the full version.