I added reCaptcha to one of my pages, it uses Google script.
Two questions.

1. Can I add Captcha without relying on a link to Google's script/site ?   something stand alone ?
2. Even thought I added it I can still submit the form even if user doesn't enter the Captcha info or if its wrong.

I am using Classic ASP.

This is the page:

How can I prevent the form from being submitted unless user enters the Captcha correctly ?
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Try this.

Get a Free CAPTCHA For Your Site

A free, secure and accessible CAPTCHA implementation is available from the reCAPTCHA project. Easy to install plugins and controls are available for WordPress, MediaWiki, PHP, ASP.NET, Perl, Python, Java, and many other environments. reCAPTCHA also comes with an audio test to ensure that blind users can freely navigate your site. reCAPTCHA is our officially recommended CAPTCHA implementation.
AleksAuthor Commented:
That doesn't list ASP Classic, just .net .. :$
Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Try this.

    Completely FREE.
    The specific versions for Classic ASP and ASP.NET
    Randomly generated security codes.
    Dynamic image processing.
    No image file required.
    No need any extra server components.
    Create a cross browser compatible BMP images.
    Custom color palette for image.

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AleksAuthor Commented:
I found a better one  :)

Asking for help with ASP ... crossing fingers.

Thanks tho.
AleksAuthor Commented:
That was a mistake. I should have selected the answer I got.
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