October 11th, 2011, 05:00 PM
Simple ocr that decodes 4digit number from picture and sends it back as text to serve
Would like to know is there any program or commands that could help me.
On this web page:
ZK Odjel: - is list of counties
Glavna knjiga: - is list of towns
Broj zemljišta (kat.čestice): - this is not needed
ili broj zk.uloška: - number (from 1 up to 10000)
Kontrolni broj: - is simple 4 digit captcha
for "ili broj zk.uloška:" =1 to 10000 and for specific "ZK Odjel:" and specific "Glavna knjiga:" program need to translate captcha/picture into text and send it into "Kontrolni broj:"
then on new page needs to enter link "Pregled za tisak" and on new page save the page titled by number of "ili broj zk.uloška:"
in the end there should be 10k pages numbered from 1 to 10000 in folder c:\"ZK Odjel:"\"Glavna knjiga:"\
please help me or tell me where to ask i don't know much about programing but I do know this is very simple
October 11th, 2011, 05:28 PM
So you want to defeat the CAPTCHA?
October 11th, 2011, 06:29 PM
Yes, can you please help me. This is very important for me and my family.
Captcha is very simple 4-digit number easily translated by free online OCR's like free-ocr.com
My programing knowledge is very basic. I don't know which program to use or commands.
there are ten digits, and 4 places, they always look the same but their position is not, ex. 9237 and 0077 the 7's are not on the same coordinates but they are always on the same height
captcha length is about 47 pix
one number length is about 9 pix
i would need to make 10 small pictures of numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
and cut captcha in less than 47 pictures of 9 pix length
and compare them with numbers horizontally pixel by pixel (in length) and when they match store the number
any suggestions how to make this
October 12th, 2011, 10:04 AM
What requinix was trying to hint at is: No, we will not help you hack into a website by defeating their security measure.
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