Have you ever asked yourself why every time you compile a form, most of the webistes require demonstrating you are a human being?
Maybe the website owners are scared of an alien or robotic invasion?
Maybe! But this is not the reason.

The reason why most websites adopt CAPTCHA (“Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart”) into their form is to avoid spam. In particular, they aim at reducing the fulfillment of forms with spam links.

An interesting case study reported by Seomoz.com showed how the use of CAPTCHA can reduce spam by 90%.

We might have the same problem on Salesforce Communities. Exactly! Communities are accessible from the Web and they might be vulnerable to specific malicious attacks.

Luckily we may insert a CAPTCHA into a Lightning Component and, even if it is not simple, it is not impossible!

Take a look at the following video to know how we implemented the solution and if you are interested in knowing more, Contact Us!

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Elisa D'Eugenio
Elisa D'Eugenio

Elisa is a young analyst, proactive and happy to learn new things. She likes new challenges and she is not afraid of changes.
Mainly focused on CRM, she likes to share her knowledge with the rest of the world.

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