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XRumer 19.0 + XEvil 4.0: NEW innovative software complex for breaking any Captcha
 
1. Powerful Neuronets: XEvil OCR can solve more than 12000 of different types of Captcha's,
including such of popular, like Google CAPTCHA's ReCaptcha v2, v3 (in XEvil 4.0 Ultra only!), Captcha.Com, SolveMedia, Bing-Captcha,
Facebook-captcha and Ucoz-captcha, Yandex-captcha, DLE-captcha, VBulletin-Captcha, and a lot of other types!
 
2. Very High speed and precision: recognition speed 0.01 .. 0.02 second per image (but only 1 second in DEMO version!),
XEvil can bypass and solve wide types of captcha with high precision,
without depending of difficulty, distortion, noises, fonts, colors.
 
Exception is Google ReCaptcha-2 - about 20-30 seconds per solution:
on ReCaptcha-2 need to click a lot of images in it with a special delay.
 
3. Very simple UI: just 3 main buttons to start recognition,
so it easy to use with a wide spectre programs of SEO, SMM, Analytics,
Mass Auto-Registering/Posting/Sending/Bruteforcing/CryptoCurrency Mining programs.
 
Interested? ;)
Just do search in google "XEvil for Free".
Free DEMO version is available!
 
Thank you for your attention! ;)
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Global Forum / Little walnuts in my new garden
« Last post by For009 on August 10, 2019, 02:55:14 PM »
Hello community!

I tell you that I bought a house, it is quite abandoned, and the same goes for your garden. I haven't had much money left to improve the state of the house, but I do have time to work in the garden (something I love). From there comes the next query (I have many more but I will start with this one).

Inside the jadin there are two small walnuts (approximately two meters high), the garden is not very large so I think they will occupy too much place if I let them grow freely, that is why I consider two options:

- Option 1: keep the size of the plants controlled by pruning. I am not an expert for what I have sought information, find this article on pruning of walnuts, who tell me is correct what it indicates there ?.

- Option 2: wait for the right time to extract the two plants and transplant them in my field. As for this, do you think they will survive the transplant?

Which of the two options is the viable? I hope you know how to advise me. :)
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Newcastle / Re: Newbie Here!
« Last post by Gr33nwarrior94 on August 06, 2019, 05:54:41 PM »
Hey Dithreabhach,

I'm a newbie too, just joined today. I live in Blyth, but I am originally from Wallsend. I am interested in Guerrilla Gardening generally, but mostly in fruit and nut tree planting in public/free spaces, and planting of wild flowers for pollinating insects.
Maybe we could get together sometime when we are both free and plan something?

All the Best,

Gr33nwarrior94
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Newcastle / Newbie Here!
« Last post by Dithreabhach on July 30, 2019, 07:34:34 PM »
Hi,
Just joined the site, though done a bit of guerrilla gardening on my council estate a few years ago. Want to get back into it and also connect with folks in Newcastle!
I live in beautiful (Ha Ha!  ;D ) Blakelaw. The estate that the council forgot! Local councillors are a waste of space and the local Community Council (Blakelaw & North Fenham) are a bunch of ineffectual seat occupiers!
Anyone interested in getting together and doing something in Newcastle please get in touch. I'm more than willing to travel to other parts of the city to help out.
Cheers,
Dithreabhach
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USA / Gardener wanted - testing gardening application
« Last post by GardenTester on May 01, 2019, 07:29:23 PM »
Hi,
We are looking for gardeners' feedback regarding our app development that will revolutionize the way we garden and interact with nature. Want to be involved in this amazing adventure? Please click on the link below to register, whatever the green intensity of your thumb!

Note that if you join our exclusive GardenTester group you'll receives 1 year FREE MEMBERSHIP to the upcoming app and get eligible to win a 20$ Amazon gift card.

https://mailchi.mp/5b67bac1b28d/gardentester4

Warm regards,
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Canada / Gardener wanted - testing gardening application
« Last post by GardenTester on May 01, 2019, 07:26:51 PM »
Good day all,
We are looking for gardeners' feedback regarding our app development that will revolutionize the way we garden and interact with nature. Want to be involved in this amazing adventure? Please click on the link below to register, whatever the green intensity of your thumb!

Note that if you join our exclusive GardenTester group you'll receives 1 year FREE MEMBERSHIP to the upcoming app and get eligible to win a 20$ Amazon gift card.

https://mailchi.mp/5b67bac1b28d/gardentester4

Warm regards,
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Canada / Jardinier recherch? - tester application de jardinage
« Last post by GardenTester on May 01, 2019, 07:24:48 PM »
Bonjour ? tous,
Nous sommes ? la recherche de jardiniers disponible pour nous donner leur avis durant la phase de d?veloppement d'une nouvelle application qui r?volutionnera la fa?on dont on jardine et interagit avec la Nature. Vous voulez vous impliquer dans cette formidable aventure? Enregistrez-vous en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous, et ce, peu importe l'intensit? de vert de votre pouce!

Notez qu'en joignant le groupe exclusif de testeur, vous recevrez 1 an d'ABONNEMENT GRATUIT ? notre nouvelle application et vous courrez la chance de gagner une carte cadeau de 20$ chez Amazon.

https://mailchi.mp/e8867d805c9f/potagertester4

Au plaisir,
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Seattle / Help: where should I guerilla on Capitol Hill in Seattle?
« Last post by Charity on April 23, 2019, 11:38:51 PM »
I need help with ideas!  Thoughts?
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Oregon / Buying a New Pavillion for my Garden
« Last post by maddynamite on April 12, 2019, 12:51:51 PM »
Hello Everyone

I am new to this forum and a lover of organic farming gardening.

I just moved to a new property for my retiring and I am looking to completely change the previous owner's garden.

I am looking to set up two pavilions and a vegetable garden in between.

I have a couple of options, either buying this cheap version from https://www.ebay.com/itm/Clam-Quick-Set-Pavilion-Portable-Camping-Outdoor-Gazebo-Canopy-Shelter-Tan/392275029401?hash=item5b5569ed99:g:kXkAAOSwTmpcrirB

or

A more expensive version like this https://bzbcabinsandoutdoors.net/pavilions/cypress/

I am new to this and my knowledge is a bit weak, so any help is really appreciated here


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Indiana / Re: NWI
« Last post by runner1212 on April 05, 2019, 09:10:17 PM »
Am I to late?
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