While our computer is running, a variety of programs run in the background. It is the functionality provided for enhancing the productivity and efficiency of a computer. It is often misused by several programs and malware. It results in a DDOS attack. Various Websites have their own security mechanism or protection by services like Cloudflare. It has immunity to this kind of DDoS attacks. Google tracks the activity of a computer there is a particular network. It promotes the machine with a message which says
It says “Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. It is the page which checks to see if it’s really you who is sending requests and not a robot. Please try your request again later.”
If this Captcha appears, then you need to pass it and it typically blocks traffic from services which are automated and from various search scrappers.
If it keeps on appearing, Google detects that something is wrong with the requests. Some of the suggestions can help you given below.
1- You can disable Proxy or VPN
2- You can disable Proxy server for your LAN
3- You can perform Malware Scan
4- You to reset your browser
5- You to remove conflicting Browser extensions.
6- You to reset your network router.
1- Disable your Proxy
In Windows there is a feature in the settings panel, which you can use to setup proxy. If you get an error message, you should disable it temporarily and check if this problem remains or not.
You can use shortcut key by pressing Win +I button or go to Networks and Internet to the proxy.
There is an option of automatically detect Settings. It should be enabled.
You can use the proxy server option to disabled under Manual proxy setup.
2- Disable proxy server for your LAN
If your computer was attacked by some malware or adware, then it has a chance your network settings have been changed. For this, you can go to LAN Settings and select a Proxy server for your LAN. If it is selected, you need to deselect it and save the settings.
3- Perform a Malware Scan
These problems occur when there are some changes made by malware or adware. Use any antivirus software to scan your whole system for malware or adware.
4- Resetting your Browser
If you reset your browser, it will help you to get rid of all the suspicious system files which were stored by the browser accidentally. It can also help you to learn more about how to reset various Browsers.
5- Remove Conflicting Browser Extensions
Various chances are there, that your browser contains various extensions which might conflict with the loading of your websites. If you want to fix, you can remove or disable these extensions and toolbars.
6- Reboot your network Router
You can try to reboot your router from its admin Panel or manually turn it off and turn it on after some seconds to reboot it completely.
You can uninstall suspicious programs which cause conflicts, you need to uninstall it. You can start hitting the Win key + R button to open Run Box. You should type in appwiz.cpl and press enter it will navigate to your Settings application and navigate to apps> Apps and features.
And from there you can uninstall.