I use google currently.
Is brave engine good enough…?
I use google currently.
Disable all extensions in current profile itself one more time (if not tested) and check.
I use Brave Engine too and its good.
It is very private, so I like it.
@ashKam Can you add a screenshot of the error page, and make sure it includes the entire URL bar? (You can repeat with a search for something random if you don’t want to expose your actual search term.)
Did you check out the Anti-Virus I had suggested?
Yes I have tried doesn’t seem to be a virus issue
Thanks for the additional screenshot.
Can you click the ‘Lock’ icon at the left of the URL, then click ‘Certificate’ and add a screenshot of that box that opens up? It should show the certificate issuer, among other things.
This could be a dead-end but looking to see if there’s some easily discoverable session hijacking malware involved here.
OK, thanks, nothing to see there – looks normal.
I still have a sneaking feeling there’s some kind of malware involved somehow, but no clear evidence of it so far.
Sorry – can you re-confirm that:
- Creating a new browser profile shows the same results? Note that you need to ensure that you only have one browser profile window open, using the new profile, when testing this.
- Additionally, that disabling all your extensions did not resolve the issue?
No, Tried all
Created another profile
Still the same issue
Thanks a lot really appreciate the efforts.
I am also facing this issue. It’s not a virus issue i can confirm it, as I have checked on windows as well as linux and it is persistent. This started about a week ago for me, really annoying.
At this point, I would use both Firefox and Brave Browser.
Run in separate windows, the Developer Tools > Network for each browser.
Also run a program called NetLimiter 4.
And, in all three windows:
- Developer Tools > Network (for Firefox)
- Developer Tools > Network (for Brave Browser)
- NetLimiter 4 main window
I would monitor the communications. You could narrow down, “OK. Here is what happens, in each window, when I get the reCAPTCHA warning” (or not - probably when using Firefox).
I am guessing, that the Google warning may not be accurate. Rather, some process is throwing that, because of some other issue at Google.
They “think” that your keyboard behavior is machine-like . . . instead of you.
On the other hand, you may wonder what they are doing, monitoring your key strokes -OR- whatever else they are also monitoring . . .
That something is thwarting, and so their method is upset, and they throw the alert at you.
Dude, I don’t understand what you mean. This is definitely a brave issue as it only happens on brave not on any other browser
So I think what he means is, Brave does some things to mitigate trackers – fiddle with very small timings and so on, to make it more difficult for trackers to correlate one client connection with another so they can be identified and tracked as a singular user. And that potentially this tripped something at GOOG where it appears to be a machine making these connections, and not a human.
Probably not the best explanation, and no idea if that is the root of the issue and I think we should keep investigating, but hopefully that makes a little more sense of the above.
I have the same issue with my browser and the problem is only when I do some search via the search bar.
The problem is only with Google Search, I tried Yahoo, Bingo and Brave Search, but no issues.
Also, if I’m log out form my Google account, I don’t have reCaptcha verification if I use Google Search.
For now, I’m using the extension called “I’m not robot” [https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/im-not-robot-captcha-clic/ceipnlhmjohemhfpbjdgeigkababhmjc?hl=en] but only works with the simple check.
I tried all the options in this conversation and it doesn’t work.
same issue, it looks like google dont like Brave
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