josiasmontag/laravel-recaptchav3

Recaptcha V3 for Laravel package

0.1.1 2018-11-07 19:31 UTC

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Laravel package for Google's Recaptcha V3.

Installation

To get started, use Composer to add the package to your project's dependencies:

composer require josiasmontag/laravel-recaptchav3

Add RECAPTCHAV3_SITEKEY and RECAPTCHAV3_SECRET to your .env file. (You can get them here)

RECAPTCHAV3_SITEKEY=sitekey
RECAPTCHAV3_SECRET=secret

Optionally, you can publish the config file:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Lunaweb\RecaptchaV3\RecaptchaV3ServiceProvider"

Usage

Init Recaptcha Javascript

Recaptcha v3 works best when it is loaded on every page to get the most context about interactions. Therefore, add to your header or footer template:

{!! RecaptchaV3::initJs() !!}

Forms

RecaptchaV3::field($action, $name='g-recaptcha-response') creates an invisible input field that gets filled with a Recaptcha token on load.

<form method="post" action="/register">
    {!! RecaptchaV3::field('register') !!}
    <input type="submit" value="Register"></input>
</form>

Validation

Add the recaptchav3 validator to the rules array. The rule accepts two parameters: The action name and the minimum required score (defaults to 0.5).

$validate = Validator::make(Input::all(), [
	'g-recaptcha-response' => 'required|recaptchav3:register,0.5'
]);

Getting the score

Alternatively, you can get the score and take variable action:

//  RecaptchaV3::verify($token, $action)
$score = RecaptchaV3::verify($request->get('g-recaptcha-response'), 'register')
if($score > 0.7) {
    // go
} elseif($score > 0.3) {
    // require additional email verification
} else {
    return abort(400, 'You are most likely a bot');
}

Testing

To make your forms testable, you can mock the RecaptchaV3 facade:

RecaptchaV3::shouldReceive('verify')
    ->once()
    ->andReturn(1.0);