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Client module for connecting to the Aycd Autosolve Network

Project description

AYCD AutoSolve Python Client

Client for connecting to the AYCD AutoSolve network

Getting Started

For examples, take a look at to see how you might integrate.


npm modules required to install:



Integrate in a few simple steps. First, install the module with:

pip install autosolve-client

Then, import the module into your application:

import autosolve-client

Next, instantiate the autosolve module:

auto_solve = AutoSolve(


  • access_token is the user's access token
  • api_key is the user's api key generated for your program
  • client_key is the unique client identifier given to you by AYCD
  • receiver_function is your specified callback function for messages received
  • debug enables more thorough console logging for actions occuring

The AutoSolve module instantiates and consumes messages asynchronously (connections in RabbitMQ for python are blocking). The connections are created in the constructor, wso we need to wait for everything to be established:

finished = auto_solve.initialized()

This function is blocking, and will result in True if everything is correct, and False if something went wrong in connecting.

Request Data

You must send requests in the following format:

    //An ID for the task requesting captcha. This can be whatever.
    "taskId" : "task1", 

    //Url of the site which the captcha was received
    "url" : "", 

    //Public ReCaptcha key for a given site
    "siteKey" : "6Ld_LMAUAAAAAOIqLSy5XY9-DUKLkAgiDpqtTJ9b", 

    //Api Key your customer needs from AYCD Autosolve
    "apiKey" : autoSolve.apiKey, 

    //Map object for parameters for ReCaptcha v2, in the grecaptcha.render method
    "renderParameters" : renderMap

    //Version of ReCaptcha
        V2_CHECKBOX is 0
        V2_INVISIBLE is 1
        V3_SCORE is 2
    "version" : "0", 

    //Only required for ReCaptcha V3. Site-specific value. More info:
    "action" : "", 

    //Minimum score required to pass the recaptcha
    "minScore" : 0, 

    //Proxy used in the task which got the captcha
    "proxy" : "", 

    //User agent used in the request (optional)
    "userAgent" : "",

    //Cookies in the request (optional)
    "cookies" : ""

Handling Responses

You will receive responses in the following format, as a stringified JSON object:


The receiver function specified in your constructor will receive and handle all responses.

An example receiver function:

def receiver_function(json_message):
    print("Task ID :: " + json_message['taskId'])
    print("Site Key :: " + json_message['siteKey'])
    print("Token :: " + json_message['token'])
    print("Created At :: " + json_message['createdAt'])
    print("Version :: " + json_message['version'])
    print("Action :: " + json_message['action'])

Sending Requests

Lastly, to send a request, use the following function, where message is a json object:

message = {"message" : "message to send"}

Error Handling

AutoSolve Python has automatic error handling and recovery, but will throw an exception if:

  • Client Key is invalid
  • API Key is invalid
  • Access Token is invalid
  • Connection error occurs AND recovery is not possible


This project is licensed under the MIT License

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