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#1 pcblues

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 12:50 AM

Hi

 

Cloudflare.. that i never installed..  and at this stage can not locate in my programs or task manager..  is making life difficult when browsing.. It wants me to prove I am human , retyping a capcha and copying some mumbo jumbo text to access a webpage.. and after I've done that.. when clicking on a different heading on same page.. it pops us again  repeating the same nonsense.. It tells me to avoid this i need to check for malware.. just in case , I scanned laptop with different tools....all comes up clean..

Anyone knows how to disable or avoid this frustrating stuff ?



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#2 noknojon

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 09:31 PM

Hello pcblues .

 

How do I disable the CloudFlare service? Is this what you want ??

 

Re : Captcha settings in Cloudflare .
Normally this is for your protection, but a few sites offer advice on How To Turn Off Cloudflare Captcha
One of Cloudflare security features is to allow only humans have access to your blog by bringing up a challenge page where users are requested to insert the correct code before the blog is shown to them.

While this looks like a good feature, it is often annoying and can be very frustrating for humans who don’t have enough patience.

 

As to any "over install" by a rogue program, there was no information that I could find - You must have installed it with another program ( :notme: )






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