Captcha, short for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart, is a security mechanism designed to distinguish between humans and automated bots. It typically involves presenting a challenge that is easy for humans to complete, but difficult for computers to solve.

Captcha Integrations Available

Recaptcha V2

A traditional Captcha that displays an image containing distorted text or numbers that users have to type into a field to verify that they are not a bot. It also has a checkbox option where users have to click on it to prove they are human.

Recaptcha V3

An invisible Captcha that uses machine learning to analyze user behavior on the page and determine if the submission is from a human or bot. It assigns a score to each submission and allows form owners to set a threshold score to determine which submissions are likely to be legitimate.


A Captcha service similar to ReCaptcha, which uses a combination of machine learning and human moderators to verify human users. It includes image and audio challenges to prevent bots from automatically submitting forms.


Captcha Verification on forms is a white-labeled domain provided by MakeForms that allows users to publish their forms on a domain that is not linked back to MakeForms. This means that users can have a completely anonymous and branded form that does not give away any information about the platform used to create it. MakeForms adds Recaptcha V3 by default to to ensure minimal spam submissions. This security feature is integrated into the form and requires users to complete a simple challenge to verify their authenticity. By default, MakeForms also offers Recaptcha V3 for all the forms published on

Captcha Verification on Custom Domains

Users who use their own custom domain can bring in their own API keys and update them in the settings page. This enables users to customize their Captcha settings to match their specific needs and preferences. With this added layer of security, users can ensure that their forms are protected from spam and junk data, and only genuine submissions are collected.


How using Captcha helps you


Prevent spam submissions

Prevent automated spam submissions, and reduce the amount of unwanted and irrelevant data with Captcha.


Improve data quality

Reduce the number of automated submissions with Captcha and improve the overall quality of the data collected through the forms.


Ensure fair usage

Ensure that forms are being used fairly, by preventing automated bots from submitting multiple entries and skewing results.


Increase form security

Add an additional layer of security to forms and offer protection against malicious attacks and unauthorized access to sensitive information.