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As far as I know, there's quite a few things that are going towards it. For a start, it uses Javascript - which many spambots can't execute, so it's inherently stopping a lot of spambots in that regard. (depending on if the owner has configured fallback, they may see a basic HTML version of the CAPTCHA). But more to the point of determining a 'human' click ...


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Try Monitorbook. It's a new startup offering a web app focused around helping people easily track things around the web through a simple interface. (I'm not related in any way to the folks at Monitorbook. I just like the great work they've done)


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Sites like Google often behave differently when copying a link or when clicking it. Like copying a link after searching for Super User, may simply give you http://superuser.com But when clicking it, Google will actually use JavaScript to send a HTTP POST to their server to count the fact that you clicked, and as a response they will then redirect you to ...


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If you're getting this on one particular site, then that site has been compromised These messages are typically generated by malware on the site as a result of an attacker compromising the site. You should disconnect from the Internet, then hit Escape to close the dialog and close the browser immediately. If your browser is set to retain your session, you ...


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Your issue is with Google's webpage and not your system. Maybe a browser extension can make the page appear more aesthetically pleasing. You could lower your monitor resolution. Or as someone else suggested, rotate your display 90 degrees. Holding CTRL button and using the mouse wheel will often adjust the magnification of text. Otherwise, write Google a ...


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As far I as know there's some sort of bot that looks for "human patterns". If you for instance were able to scroll to the bottom of the page and instantly click the "I'm not a robot-button" you would most likely NOT be approved - but would be asked to do an old captcha.


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I'm having same issue with Chrome 39 on OS X. It seems like launching Chrome with --enable-ipv6 helps.


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By appending the URL to the Google Drive Viewer service - https://drive.google.com/viewerng/viewer?url=https://www.kevinsheppard.com/images/0/09/Python_introduction.pdf ..I was able to view the PDF & copy text from that file


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Try to set your date one day ahead of today. Close than open your browser again. Hope it would work.


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According to this page: (official help) https://support.google.com/mail/answer/6594?hl=en Some shortcuts are always on. Including Cmd + Enter. It seems you cannot turn it off. Btw I found this help page from Gmail Settings > General tab > Keyboard shortcuts section, "Learn more" link next to the radio buttons to turn shortcuts on or off. The help page ...


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I believe that this might be as issue with firewall or due to routing or restriction in routing. To check disable the iptables in Debian using the command below and verify whether you are able to access the youtube. sudo ufw disable Note : Also try to pinging youtube from terminal and check whether you are getting success ping.



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