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How do we get rid of this annoying Googlepage?


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demon_speed

Since a little time ago this annoying Google antibot pages has started to appear and it's pretty disturbing everytime you make a search!

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So does anyone have any ideas or so to get rid of these pages it'll be awsome! Maybe you have a userscripts.org script that you can recommend :)?

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demon_speed

This page gives my answer I think http://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/29034/how-can-i-get-google-to-stop-thinking-im-a-bot

 

"Are you using a proxy or an anonymizer? This problem usually occurs when you use a proxy because you and multiple others will be generating lots of queries from the same IP which triggers Google's anti-bot script."

 

I am actually using VPN all the time..

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Steven P.

This probably only happens if you are using Google on one IP but multiple computers.

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demon_speed

This probably only happens if you are using Google on one IP but multiple computers.

 

Perhaps, but since I am only using one device for googling (pc with Opera), this is not the problem..

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Steven P.

Are you signed into Google with a Google account? 

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demon_speed

Are you signed into Google with a Google account? 

 

Yes I am :), I like the way Google saves my searches.

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demon_speed

This might be the answer http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130815232840AAkGiII do you have SuperAntiSpyware or something installed? May want to give your PC a scan

 

I don't have SuperAntiSpyware installed, but I have Eset Smart Security, Malwarebytes Antimalware, UnHackMe and AntiLogger if it makes a difference? 

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Steven P.

If you don't have a license (use the free version) then Malwarebytes isn't a real time scanner, initiate a scan but make sure definitions are updated first.

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demon_speed

If you don't have a license (use the free version) then Malwarebytes isn't a real time scanner, initiate a scan but make sure definitions are updated first.

 

A license for Malwarebytes? I have the Pro version so it's all good and the definitions are updated, in fact I did a malwarescan a few hours ago and it didn't find anything..

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demon_speed

Perhaps this is the issue? I am sometimes using IE for googling and also there I am logged in.. 

 

Like this > gJ6JXBE.png

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Steven P.

Hmm yeah might be because you switch browsers?

 

Aha!

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demon_speed

Hmm yeah might be because you switch browsers?

 

Aha!

 

Naah, more likely because of my vpn service that triggers it.. Simultaneously logged in from several browsers should be ok?

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