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How do I disable these silly CAPTCHA (when posting)? I do not want to play, I will not waste time.
I fill CAPTCHA a million times, and it still shows that it's wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!! and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!! and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!!and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!!and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!!and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!!and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!!and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!! and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!! and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!! and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!! and wrong and wrong and wrong and wrong !!!

 

This is a stupid CAPTCHA! It does not always work!

 

Example: https://postimg.cc/xX0GjDWp

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Why are you getting a CAPTCHA  when posting?
I never do.

Are you trying to upload something unusual, or giving multiple weblinks?

PS. in your screenshot you have ticked a box that does not contain any actual traffic lights - that's a street sign attached to the support pole.

Is it just a translation problem?
 

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I'm more interested in where and when you are getting these CAPTCHAs ?

In your screenshot that does not look like the Malwarebytes Forum so I'm not sure why you say you are getting them 'when posting'.

If it's on some other site then you would have to talk to the admin at that site about their use.

CAPTCHA's are a means of filtering out spambots from real people, they are a anti-spam/security measure and not meant to be easily circumvented.
They are most often used on sites where it is not a requirement to be a member to make a post, so when a non-member posts something they get checked with a CAPTCHA.
If you become a member of that site then they will stop being shown to you. (on that site).

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