Can I use a proxy to solve captchas?


If the answer is yes, then what types of captchas can I solve? ReCaptcha V2, V3?
  1. Proxies can be used to solve most types of captcha-based captchas:
  2. Proxy allows to solve the captcha from the same IP address as you load the page.
    Using proxies is not obligatory in most cases. But for some kind of protection you should use it. For example: Cloudflare protection page requires IP matching.
    Also good proxies with regular rotation can raise the speed and success rate for Arkose Labs FunCaptcha.

    Proxies are not supported for ReCaptcha V3 and Enterprise V3 as proxies dramatically decrease the success rate for this types of captcha.
    If you send us the proxy, we check it's availability trying to open the website through you proxy, and if we can't do that we will not use your proxy.
    If we're able to use your proxy - we'll load the ReCaptcha through it for solving.

    We don't have our own proxy servers that we can offer to you so you have to use 3rd-party services or setup your own proxy.
    We support the following proxy types: SOCKS4, SOCKS5, HTTP, HTTPS with authentication by IP address or login and password.
    If your proxy uses IP authentication you have to add our IP addresses to the list of allowed IPs of the proxy:
    Then provide your proxy IP address and port as a value for proxy parameter.
    And the type of your proxy as a value for proxytype parameter.
    If your proxy uses login/password authentication you have to include your credentials in proxy parameter.


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Thank you for a detailed reply capture form. I was just looking for a company that provides decent proxy server services. I've been looking for some, and this is the one that I found. They offer various types of proxy servers such as residential proxies, ISP proxies, data center proxies, and even 4G or 5G mobile proxies in the UK. This is actually the first time I have seen something like this, and I just wanted to ask if you know something more about mobile proxies and how well they work. I have never seen something in the US that would resemble this offer, and I'm interested in it. So I would be grateful for any advice or explanation.
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