Google offers a number of options for web developers. These include reCAPTCHA v3, v2, and reCAPTCHA Enterprise. The Google version is free and easy to install and manage. Depending on your website's needs, you may need to change some code. If you aren't sure what to do, you can ask questions on Stack Overflow.
To use Google reCAPTCHA, you will need an account with an API key (free). You must know the type of reCAPTCHA you want to use. Once you have your API keys, you can sign in to Google's website and configure the reCAPTCHA. After that, you can customize the reCAPTCHA by adding the name of your website or a subdomain.
Thanks to the great Laravel community, using reCAPTCHA in your Laravel project is super easy. There are two popular Laravel packages for implementing Google ReCaptcha.
Laravel ReCAPTCHA is a very simple-to-use Laravel 5 package to embed Google reCAPTCHA in your application.
This package has been around since 2014 and is relatively active—at least as productive as needed for the package to ease integrating Google’s reCaptcha.