[Solved] “Our System Has Detected Unusual Traffic From Your Computer Network”

Today I want to discuss a problem with Google search engine. At the morning, when I was searching on Google then suddenly it showed a captcha entry box showing “Our system has detected unusual traffic from your computer network”. I think that it is my silly mistake of typing keyword but after filled the captcha it shown me again and again. Then I was totally confused. One question is coming from my mind that why this “Our system has detected unusual traffic from your computer network” warning message appeared on my PC screen!!”

Our System Has Detected Unusual Traffic From Your Computer Network

I thought it was my browser problem but after changing my browser again it shown me “Our system has detected unusual traffic from your computer network”. After that, I asked myself that have I breaking any Terms and Conditions of Google? But after checked all thing, finally I solved it forever.

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Here I will show you some problems that I have solved.

What is the main reason of “Our system has detected unusual traffic from your computer network” in Google?

Here you will get the solution to this question “Our system has detected unusual traffic from your computer network” and the answer is so simple. Now am going to say you what is the main reason behind this error. You are getting this types of error because of you are sending searches from a robot, computer program or any types of automated services. Keep in mind that sending automated search in Google is breaking their Terms and Conditions, for this reason, Google block your IP address for sometimes and it may be 2-4 hours.

Don’t worry you can continue the search in Google by typing the captcha code. When you will stop sending the automatic traffic to Google then your problem will be solved immediately.

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Malware or Virus on Your PC Easily Creates unusual traffic

The problem can happen due to Malware or Virus on your PC. If your system has no antivirus then viruses can do this type of error. Actually, there are several types of virus that can easily attack you PC through internet or pen drive. As a result, these viruses may create automated internet unusual traffic or some keyword queries to Google search engine. So, you should one good antivirus and never forget to update in time to time.

Using Extension that Sends Searches to Google

Google Chrome and Mozilla browsers have many types of Extension. These extensions may create this type of problem. Extensions are able to give a lot of search result within few second.

Ok, am giving you a good example of this types of extension. Have you ever heard the extension called SEO QUAKE? Yes, this extension is so popular for SEO. When we search a word in Google than a lot of websites will show on Google page and this extension can easily detect those website’s Google Page Rank, Alexa Rank and more. As a result, Google immediately detects unusual traffic from your system and ask you to fill the captcha.

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  3. Whenever I search up something, I get this message from Google:

    “Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. This page checks to see if it’s really you sending the requests, and not a robot.”

    Of course I am not a robot, however, when I try running antivirus and looking for trackers, I can’t find anything. I have disconnected and reconnected to my wifi and switched channels to see if that helps, hopefully if it’s a malicious tracker, I thought maybe taking away its access to my computer and going off the grid would help. It didn’t. Antivirus found a couple of Pups (but they were just AOL and ASK! extensions I didn’t want. I got rid of them, restarted. I’ve cleared my cache and passwords and everything. I’ve restarted my browser (I use Chrome), I’ve updated it to the latest update. I’ve used two different antivirus programs. Every time I try searching something in Google, I get that message and have to click the CAPTCHA thing to get be able to search what I am looking for. This just all the sudden started happening today. One minute it worked, the next, I’m getting this error. And all I was doing was watching YouTube. Nothing was downloaded, no sites were gone to except YouTube, Gmail, Google Plus, and that was it. I’ve changed all my passwords so I should be safe from that, at least for now. I don’t know what else to do. I can’t get rid of it and I’m concerned for the safety and privacy of my PC’s online information. I looked up the issue and it says I might have a tracker on my PC, but nothing I’ve done has found anything.


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