NuCaptcha, a startup that develops video captcha technology, unveiled its ad formats last year. Today, the startup is releasing a self-serve advertising server that will enable both advertisers and publishers to sell their own captcha ads directly.
Captchas are security questions you find on Web sites that require you to decipher and type words or numbers and detects whether the user is a human or a spambot. Most Captchas you see are transcription, text-based Captchas. NuCaptcha is trying to disrupt the space by adding video to the mix. NuCaptcha’s ad format allows brands to place advertisements behind the actual Captcha text. NuCaptcha’s video animation technology aims to be easier to read and more secure, with animation that makes the captcha far easier for humans to solve.
Online publishers can replace website Captchas with the video-based advertisements and earn revenue. Brand advertisers can upload their video ads into NuCaptcha’s system to. It is essentially becoming an ad network for video captchas.
NuCaptcha had over a dozen advertisers who are using the platform and the startup is optimistic that more advertisers will sign up now that the service is self-serve. The startup says that it has seen high engagement rates with ads, so there is a benefit to brands using the format. Since June 2010, NuCaptcha has served millions of video-based Captchas.
NuCaptcha introduces video technology to text-based Captchas. The NuCaptcha Security Platform is a CAPTCHA-based solution that uses motion video to authenticate human web interactions. Features of the NuCaptcha Security Platform are: Displays in video format - Video technology has the dual benefit of making it more difficult for software to attack while simultaneously making it easier for humans to read. Has stronger security features - A layered security approach gives added protection to NuCaptcha, and itâ€™s Behavior Analysis Technology provides easier to...