Geetest provides an easy and fun way to secure websites and apps


This startup’s behavior-based verification process takes less than a second to finish, but that’s all the time it needs to distinguish a human from a robot

In 2000, cybersecurity pioneer Luis von Ahn invented captcha, short for “completely automated public Turing test to tell computers and humans apart.” Since then, it has become a ubiquitous tool to secure websites, requiring users to decipher some extremely squiggly numbers or letters."Humans can read the distorted characters, whereas computers can't do it as well," von Ahn once explained.However, sometimes even humans are unable to read the distorted letters and words. Robots, on the other hand, are learning to decipher the illegible codes.In late 2011, Wu Yuan, founder and CEO of Geetest, rea...
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