Setting up Google reCAPTCHA in Magento 2 can help protect your website from spam, bots, and other automated attacks. Here are the steps to set up Google reCAPTCHA in Magento 2:
- Sign up for a Google reCAPTCHA API key: Go to the reCAPTCHA website (https://www.google.com/recaptcha/admin/create) and follow the steps to sign up for a reCAPTCHA API key.
- Configure reCAPTCHA in Magento 2: In your Magento 2 admin panel, go to Stores > Configuration > Security > Google reCAPTCHA. Enable reCAPTCHA, choose the type of reCAPTCHA you want to use (v2 or v3), and enter the site key and secret key that you obtained from Google.
- Configure reCAPTCHA for forms: In the same configuration page, scroll down to the “Forms” section and choose the forms for which you want to enable reCAPTCHA (e.g., contact form, registration form, etc.). You can also customize the reCAPTCHA settings for each form, such as the size and theme.
- Test reCAPTCHA: Once you have configured reCAPTCHA, test it on your website to make sure it is working correctly. You can test reCAPTCHA by filling out one of the forms that you have enabled reCAPTCHA for and verifying that you are not a robot.
That’s it! Once you have set up Google reCAPTCHA in Magento 2, your website will be protected from spam, bots, and other automated attacks.