Wondering to know, How to Fix “I’m Not A Robot reCAPTCHA Issue in Google Search”? Keep reading this post till the end.
Well, with the increase in cyberattacks and uncontrolled access to your confidential data, the importance of cybersecurity in business has become crucially important to mitigate the possible attacks on your platform.
CAPTCHA is one spam protection service that many companies integrate to ensure security over the website when the user is trying to log in or avail of some assistance. The Managed IT services also employ this method of security to provide enhanced protection to your website.
We recommend you to use the CAPTCHA service to ensure that no robot is trying to access your service and is an actual human behind. The complete form of CAPTCHA is a Completely Automated Public Turing test.
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As clear from the name, it tells whether a human or computer is using your website. A human can quickly solve this test that might not be possible for the robots to bypass, and thus your website could be secured.
reCAPTCHA is one spam protection service of CAPTCHA. Google bought it, which is now offered to web admins and also Google search engine uses it in its specific benefits.
The fraudsters roaming in the digital space run malicious scripts into the program that tend to get into the confidential data of humans and bypass their security premises.
The robotic actions can be then mitigated by integrating the reCAPTCHA service into the website.
After giving this short test, the humans can click the button ‘verify’ to submit the test, the bot verifies it and provides access to the user to get into the website and perform the actions.
If the given test is wrong, reCAPTCHA again gives a test that the user needs to do until he passes it.
The following are ways to help you fix the “I’m not a robot reCAPTCHA issue in Google Search.
1. Check Your IP Address
Google sometimes blocks the search results due to the IP address you are using. There are massive databases maintained publicly and by private companies that are categorized as spam IP addresses.
If your IP address belongs to those, Google stops verification there. To mitigate it, try the internet connection again by disconnecting it and getting a new IP address.
You can also wait for some time and try again to fix this issue. Take consultation from some IT Services to fix this issue rapidly.
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2. Don’t use VPN or time being
VPNs hide your IP address. In many countries or regions, the use of VPNs is prohibited. Even if you use it for your work, the service might not be immaculate.
Therefore, if you face a reCAPTCHA issue, try not to use a VPN for a while. Get an appropriate internet connection and try again.
3. Use Google Public DNS
Sometimes your DNS shows an issue with the reCAPTCHA. The problem could be due to your ISP or the private DNS of the VPN.
If your DNS is corrupted, it will not show a reCAPTCHA message, and the internet connection will also slow down.
The solution for this problem is that your switch to your public DNS and your issue will be solved with a stable internet connection.
4. Don’t search any illegal queries in Google Search
Suppose you are using Google Search engineer to search for some illegal or prohibited queries. In that case, your account and IP address will be marked, and Google might stop you from reCAPTCHA verification.
To mitigate this, you can clear the cache of your browser and then search the query again. Google tracks your questions quickly, and therefore be careful about what you are searching.
To solve this issue, clear your browser and try again.
5. Check Browser and Malware Extensions
If your computer is under attack by some virus or there is some infection that results in automated traffic being sent to Google from your IP address, you can face the issue of reCAPTCHA.
Some browser extensions are also malicious that do this for you. If you are frequently facing this issue, try to use the Chrome cleanup tool to clear your browser from malware and try again.
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