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The following Stripe Payments Plugin CAPTCHA Settings tutorial shows you how to enable and setup reCAPTCHA in your site and more.

Last Updated: February 9, 2022

Latest News: Updated the documentation.

This tutorial shows you how to enable reCAPTCHA or hCaptcha settings in the plugin. When you enable one of these options, the settings option will appear when customers click a Stripe payment button. They need to check a box that confirms they are human. This prevents robots from abusing the payment button on your site.

Note: It is recommended that you enable one of the two Captcha options.

What You Need:

Stripe Payments Plugin reCAPTCHA Settings

Step 1 ) Go to Stripe Payments -> Settings -> Captcha tab as illustrated in the following image to start configuring the following options.

Captcha Settings

  • Captcha Type
    • reCaptcha
    • hCaptcha
  • Click on Save Changes button when you complete your settings.

stripe-payments-captcha-settings

reCaptcha

Step 2 ) The following image  reCaptcha allows you to set up the following options.

Note: Click here to read the documentation to learn how to configure reCaptcha and get API keys for your website.

reCAPTCHA Settings

  • Use Invisible reCAPTCHA Badge
  • Site Key
  • Secret Key
  • Click on Save Changes button when you complete your settings.

stripe-payments-recaptcha-settings-options

hCaptcha

Step 3 ) The following image  hCaptcha allows you to set up the following options.

Note: Click here to read the documentation to learn how to configure hCaptcha and get API keys for your website.

hCAPTCHA Settings

  • Use Invisible reCaptcha Badge
  • Site Key
  • Secret Key
  • Click on Save Changes button when you complete your settings.

stripe-payments-hcaptcha-settings-options

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That is all you need to do to set up reCAPTCHA or hCaptcha settings in the plugin.

I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for more.

Enjoy.

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