dreads captcha has to be my least favourite. It’s creative but very very annoying.
The Matrix federated network offers E2E encryption and has plenty of pre made extensions/bots (open sourced) so you can link other networking services to Matrix.
Reply to How does a captcha prevent a DDOS attack? by MrBlack
From my understanding, the CAPTCHA is a very low intensity operation that barely takes any server load, while logging in ot registration or making purchases or even browsing like a script would do repeatedly to complete a DDoS attack. Having a CAPTCHA effectively prevents scripts from doing these high intensity operations multiple times per second.
For clear web sites this is an awful approach, but since you can’t really block IPs on Tor, it’s the best and most effective tool market owners have.
Reply to If you could create any TLD, what would it be? by txt
.Os for open source projects would be nice, but I agree with u/wahaha, there’s enough TLDs.
Reply to comment by smooth_jazz in These Dread captchas are hard to solve. (Shitpost) by MrBlack
Fair enough. ReCaptcha is the worst captcha service imo for the pure reason it's Googlefied.