Captcha Harvester

With Captcha bypass gone a few months back, Captchas are now the milestone between your tasks and checkout. That brings the question of- how can you utilize the Captcha Harvesters efficiently on Project Destroyer?


This article will not be about what are Captchas or 1 clicks, but focused on the usage of the Captcha Harvester that Project Destroyer offers.


To read up on everything about Captcha –


First, what is the Captcha Harvester used for?

Captcha harvesters are for programs such as Project Destroyer that have to go through Google ReCaptchas by having a small window harvesting Captchas, whenever requested.


By logging into a Google email, you have an increased chance of receiving “1 click” Captchas which are instantly clicked through. To read more regarding this, please refer to the article above.


In Project Destroyer, we offer multiple harvesters. What Multi-Captcha harvesters do, as its name suggests, is to have multiple of these “Captcha Windows” opened. Not only does it solve Captchas at a faster rate, but also give you an increased number of 1 clicks. This article will teach you how to utilize the built in Multi-Captcha harvester in the program.

It is important to know that despite Project Destroyer offering multiple harvesters, users do not actually have to use all of them.

Users may choose to use all, or just one harvester, depending on their preference.


First, when you load into the bot, the first button you should be clicking to access the Multi-Captcha harvesters is the top right refresh looking button.

This is the Captcha button. Once you click on it, it will lead to 5 numbers, from #1 to #5.

What do these numbers stand for? Each number stands for 1 harvester. When you click on the harvester, the number should be purple and it will prompt you to open a harvester of that number.

Now, let’s have a closer look at the individual harvester to have a better idea of what are the functions on each button. There are 4 buttons, simple enough, but each have their discrete uses.

First, you’ll note that #1 was clicked, so the name of the harvester is “Captcha Harvester #1”.

The harvester data is saved locally, so it is a good practice to remember which Google email you used to log into each harvester, such as recording it on a spreadsheet.

Now, let’s look at each of the 4 buttons and their uses, as well as the drag down “Shopify” category and “Proxy” section.


1 – Login and Logout.

When you press “login”, you will be prompted to login to your Google email.

Once logged in, you will be lead to YouTube. It is recommended to watch 20-30 minutes of YouTube videos to gain 1 clicks, as well as liking and commenting for at least 2-3 videos.

As for logout, it will simply logout of the Google email you had logged into the program.

For whatever reason, if you wish to logout, you may press the button.


Once successful, it will pop out a message saying you have been logged out.

Note- For Project Destroyer, the program saves harvester datas locally. Meaning, the data does not travel with the key. If you activate the program anywhere else, it does not mean the other person can access your data.

However, this does mean that harvester data, namely emails logged in, will likely to be saved until logged out on the device you have used. It will be in the same harvester number, for example, #1


2 – Reload Button.

The reload button is simple. It is used to reload your harvester, whenever a problem occurs. It’s the same as reloading a website. This will simple reload the harvester window, and fixes small errors you may fix such as Captchas not coming through. Simply press it, and it will prompt to refresh.


3 – Captcha Sites

The selected site will be the one your Captcha harvester will be harvesting the Captchas for. Although usually used for Shopify, many other sites Project Destroyer supports may also request Captchas, namely Supreme.

You do not have to switch or touch this, as the bot will automatically switch. It is however, a good practice to stay on the website you are solving for in order to save time.


4 – Proxy and Save section.

The use of proxies and save button is directly correlated, as Google logins are automatically saved.


The save button, itself, is to save the proxy used for the harvester.


Now comes the question of why do we need proxies?

When using more than 3 different emails on the same IP, the user is vulnerable of being flagged by Google, causing error such as “Requesting Too Many Captchas”. This is Google’s anti-bot detection system, and it is prompted when it detects abuse, such as requesting too many Captchas on the same IP.


The safe getaway of this is to use different proxies, hence the proxies section here. You may use any proxy.

However, only use one proxy per harvester. Once loaded in, press save to register. Your harvester now will be ran on this proxy’s IP. When left empty, it will draw from your PD proxy pool. Use “localhost” to use local IP


Now that you know every single button’s usage on the harvester, the usage of multi-harvester is simple. Simply repeat the process for each harvester, and use as many as you would like.


Having multiple harvesters activated is extremely useful, as it will solve Captchas faster across your tasks and allow more 1 clicks if the user chooses to login to different emails.

As mentioned before, each purple number stands for a harvester that is opened. If you wish to not use a harvester once opened, simply close the window and it will not use the harvester.

Currently, Project Destroyer only supports up to 5 harvesters.


It is suggested to have a different email logged into each harvester, but not necessary. Additionally, users should be aware that the amount of 1 clicks remain the same for each email, despite logged in on multiple solvers. To clarify, if you use the same email on solver #1 and #2, the number of 1 clicks stay the same, and the only thing that changes is the rate of solving.


However, if you use different email on #1 and #2, both 1 click rate and rate of solving will increase on the harvester. Hence, it is considered more practical to use as many emails as possible.