How to use reCaptcha on Modyo

Carlos Solís

Carlos Solís

In today's digital world, safeguarding websites against spam and malicious automated access is more crucial than ever. reCAPTCHA has become an essential tool in this effort, offering a simple yet powerful way to validate that the person filling out a form is indeed human. In this Modyo developer tip, we'll delve into what reCAPTCHA is, why its implementation is important for large organizations and financial entities, and how you can activate it on your Modyo platform.

What is reCAPTCHA?

reCAPTCHA is a free service from Google that helps protect websites against spam and abuse by verifying whether a user is human. It employs an advanced risk analysis system and adaptive CAPTCHAs to keep automated software out of sites while allowing access to real users.

Why is reCAPTCHA important?

Online security is a priority for any organization, but it's especially critical for large enterprises and financial entities. These institutions handle sensitive information and are constantly under the threat of cyber attacks. Implementing reCAPTCHA helps mitigate these risks, ensuring that only legitimate users can take actions within the systems.

For large organizations and financial entities, a successful attack can result in significant financial losses, damage to reputation, and loss of customer trust. reCAPTCHA acts as a barrier that makes it difficult for malicious actors to automate mass attacks, such as automated form filling and submission for fraud or spam distribution.

How to enable reCAPTCHA on Modyo?

Enabling reCAPTCHA on Modyo is a straightforward process; in this tutorial, you'll learn how to configure it for users in your realms.


By following these steps, you can significantly enhance the security of your platform, protecting it against bots and other forms of automated abuse.



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