A longhaired cat appears in one photo. An iced coffee in another. One picture features the back of a man’s head.

People slated to take the Florida Bar exam online next week are sharing screenshots of their experiments with the test’s verification in an attempt to call attention to what they say are serious problems with the functionality of the software platform it uses. In each case, be it animal or inanimate object, the testing software appears to approve the identity of the test-taker.

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