Recaptcha V2 under classic ASP

Here’s a quick primer on upgrading your Classic ASP site Recaptcha V1 to V2.

First, go to Google Recaptcha online and generate yourself a v2 pair of keys for your site’s domain.

Next:

On the page with the “FORM” on it on which you want to display the Recaptcha V2.

Add to the HEADER (inside the HEAD TAGS):

<script src='https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js'></script>

 

Replace the existing code which renders your v1 recaptcha with this line:

<div class="g-recaptcha" data-sitekey="put your google public v2 key here" ></div>

 

on your FORM SUBMIT page (where the v2 form gets submitted to):

Inside ASP tags, place this line:

Response.LCID = 1033 ' USA LCID

It is a required element for the JSON Parser.

Inside the HEAD:

<!--#include file="jsonObject.class.asp" -->

 

you can get this file from my site HERE

now the processing code to handle the Recaptcha JSON response:

 

If Request.ServerVariables("REQUEST_METHOD") = "POST" Then
 Dim recaptcha_secret, sendstring, objXML
 
 recaptcha_secret = "your secret key goes here"

 sendstring = "https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api/siteverify?secret=" & recaptcha_secret & "&response=" & Request.form("g-recaptcha-response")

 Set objXML = Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP")
 objXML.Open "GET", sendstring, False

 objXML.Send
 
 set jsonObj = new JSONobject
 set jsonArr = new jsonArray


 jsonString = objXML.responseText
 
 set outputObj = jsonObj.parse(jsonString)  
 
 
 if jsonObj.value("success") then
  Global_Msg="Captcha GOOD!"
 else
  Global_Msg="Invalid Recaptcha Response."
 end if
 
 Set objXML = Nothing
End If

if Global_Msg<>"Captcha GOOD!" then
%>
invalid RECAPTCHA response.  Hit back and try again.
<%
response.end

end if

 

For your convenience, here is all the code inside one ZIP file.

 

Let me know if this helped you!

 

 

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