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the amount of sites asking me to identify fire-hydrants and traffic lights has dramatically increased since I turned on content-blocking that ships out of the box in firefox. Have been aggressively blocking already before (combo of: UBO, NandoDefender and steve black#s host file), but since turning on this inside FF ... there is no peace.

Anyone got some URL's that I can block all captcha attempts or does it mean I have to also sinkhole www.google.com[1] ?

( I don't have a problem not being able to access captcha enabled sites. )

[1] quick check tells me I would have to banish this endpoint which sucks because I'd have to parse the URL on every request and can't do it in DNS: https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js

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