Imagetyperz - 2captcha



Imagetyperz is the cheapest and best captcha solver in market.
If our service is not integrated with your software and you want to use our service.

Now you can do that easily by using our 2captcha api gateway.

To use our 2captcha gateway please check this page


We’ve designed a captcha gate, which allows you to redirect traffic from other captcha services through imagetyperz. Currently, we’ve integrated the following services: - - -


The gates are redirecting the following actions to our service:
  • get balance
  • submit image captcha
  • retrieve image captcha
  • submit recaptcha
  • retrieve recaptcha response

In other words, if you have software that works with any of the above services, using the gate will allow you to use our service, with the same software. This is achieved by running a batch program, that writes config information into the hosts file of the Windows operating system. All this is done automatically, all you have to do is run it. For linux, we have a python script that allows you to toggle (enable / disable) a pair of IP DOMAIN

The last step, is to use replace access token OR username & password with credentials from magetyperz. In this way, the programs will run even though they were built for one of the services above, but in reality our service will be used for completion.

In case you don’t want to use the gate anymore, you can edit the hosts file which is located here: %SystemRoot%\System32\drivers\etc\hosts
On linux, you’ll find the hosts file in /etc/hosts
Both operating systems require admin / root access in order to modify the files
For more details about the hosts file check this link

Clone the github repository
git clone Once you got it, go to scripts/windows folder, and run bat file for the service you want to redirect
It will ask you for administrator rights, because it’s writing to a system file, allow it, and the gate should be enabled within few seconds
For linux, here’s the usage of the script: ./ which can be found in scripts/linux
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