So first things first - this isn’t a guide to ‘Testing invisible reCAPTCHA’ - it’s actually a call for any useful information, resources on doing this. But with your help, it may turn into a guide…
A website project I’m working on has moved the signup form away from the reCAPTCHA (with a tickbox) to invisible reCAPTCHA. This means that the method of proving a human is operating the form has moved from a visible tickbox that’s always there to something behind the scenes deciding this - and if it thinks its a bot, it produces a challenge that has to be completed before the form can be submitted.
Which brings us onto how to test this.
Google does have some resources available for this - urls below - but they’re not that informative.
I was hoping for some info on how it works, suggestions on how to test it and any possible edge cases - but couldn’t find any of this information.
I did see a question in Google Groups on how to test Invisible Recaptcha but the only answer was to use Edge browser while not being signed into Google account and that should trigger the challenge. I tried that but it didn’t work.
Therefore, I’m now opening up the question to the Club…