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Error: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network.. . .

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by dmoneythief, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. dmoneythief

    dmoneythief Newbie

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    A new fact (for me) that I just learned today from an online article regarding this Google error message:

    "Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Automated queries are against our Terms of Service."

    And the error page most likely displays a CAPTCHA (a squiggly word with a box below it). To continue using Google, type the squiggly word into the box -- it's how we know you're a human, not a robot. Then, then you would see a CAPTCHA image or continue to encounter the CAPTCHA over and over . . . .

    does not always mean that you have issues with your proxies. . in case like this, you might also need to Check for malware on your computer.

    Malicious software, sometimes bundled with other free downloads without your knowledge, can trigger Google to show this message.


    Just a thought... :)
     
  2. MixerDJ

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    at that time did u use proxy or vpn? sometimes for some kid of proxies getting this kind of error :)
     
  3. Cleverchristopher

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    I get that warning sometimes when my server on my network is doing it's evil tricks. If I tweak it or re-start it the warnings stop.

    Google's entire business is to use automated queries to scrape data off every server on Earth - you do it to them once and they bounce you out, nice.

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    Ironic is not it. This is the flip side of the coin. You can't bounce G off if you want to sell online. However that's the reason I port scan the entire internet for new google passed proxies ;)
     
  5. dmoneythief

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    hmm.. I just found this article online. It's not that i had experienced it already.. But just for a thought of sharing it. Anyways, how would you know if it's with the proxies or a malware that cause the problem? honestly, it is now making me worried. Cause I would rather have issues with my proxies than to have malware on my PC.. :(

    it is easier to ask my provider support for new set of proxies fixing my PC . .
     
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  6. dmoneythief

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    haha.. only if we could just have better options... :)
     
  7. pitbulllopez

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    yea exactly only if we could get better options.
     
  8. dmoneythief

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    speaking for better options . . . is there? :) hahahaha.. who knows?!?! there might really be a better option...
     
  9. dmoneythief

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    I did not make this story up.. i saw it on Google.. if i could just post a link where i read that..

    http://support.google.com/websearch/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=86640
     
  10. emilia_f33

    emilia_f33 Junior Member

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    This Google error was driving me crazy, I tried everything to get rid of it:
    I completely wiped my computer and installed a fresh copy of windows- didn't help
    I switched my IP address- didn't help
    The evil little captcha even followed me to my work computer, on a totally different network on the other side of town.
    When I finally realized that I was installing the Firefox add on SeoQuaqe on every computer I used. After uninstalling that one, Poof the Google error was gone.
    Now it happens to be that I need SeoQuake so I decided to live with Google thinking I'm a robot and reinstalled it.
    But it sure feels good to know what's causing it
     
  11. cpa-marketing

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    Deleted..Damn i didn't see that this is 2013 :/
     
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  12. proxygo

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    and ty for bumping this thread from 2013 to let us no.