[Solved] Using Google Captcha with Laravel livewire

I’m trying to use a google captcha validation in a form and I notice the value of the response won’t send with the request

Here is my Captcha Rule:

    public function passes($attribute, $value)
        $captcha = new ReCaptcha(env('CAPTCHA_SECRET_KEY'));
        $response = $captcha->verify($value, $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']);

        return $response->isSuccess();

The view

      <div class="flex items-center justify-center mt-10">
              <div class="g-recaptcha"  data-sitekey="{{ env('CAPTCHA_SITE_KEY') }}"></div>
               @if ($errors->has('g-recaptcha-response'))
                     <span class="block text-orange-700 mt-5">
                           <strong>{{ $errors->first('g-recaptcha-response') }}</strong>

The $request->all() output

array:6 [▼
  "id" => "X501DDfFUiLy8CTmEYhc"
  "data" => array:1 [▼
    "demo" => null
  "name" => "landing.demo"
  "checksum" => "4b5c299935b0bfd844d49277dda19706da1812008cb763b973406163eef7e08a"
  "children" => []
  "actionQueue" => array:1 [▼
    0 => array:2 [▼
      "type" => "callMethod"
      "payload" => array:2 [▼
        "method" => "submitDemo"
        "params" => []

Any Ideas?

I Solved the issue by doing the following with Captcha V3

in the view

       <button type="submit"
               class="g-recaptcha some-button-style">
    <script src="https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js?render={{env('CAPTCHA_SITE_KEY')}}"></script>
        function handle(e) {
            grecaptcha.ready(function () {
                grecaptcha.execute('{{env('CAPTCHA_SITE_KEY')}}', {action: 'submit'})
                    .then(function (token) {
                        @this.set('captcha', token);

in the Controller

    public $captcha = 0;

    public function updatedCaptcha($token)
        $response = Http::post('https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api/siteverify?secret=' . env('CAPTCHA_SECRET_KEY') . '&response=' . $token);
        $this->captcha = $response->json()['score'];

        if (!$this->captcha > .3) {
        } else {
            return session()->flash('success', 'Google thinks you are a bot, please refresh and try again');

for more info, you can check reCAPTCHA v3 manual


as i know the recaptcha scoring is:

All possible values are from 0.9 to 0.1 .
Where0.9 — probably a human, 0.1 — bot.
Values 0.3 and below are considered as very suspicious activity, these users are interpreted as bots.

is your code check if not greater than 0.3 it will submited?

Thanks It looks to work, but I don’t see any extra field to fill in. Only a capcha logo at left bottom.
Is it OK? If I have noe enough score, then I have to choose from picturees?

Hey, @faxunil.

Yeah, no need to, because this is captcha V3.

I wrote a blog on it, take a look here for more info: