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Website requires CAPTCHA when using Webroot WiFi Security

Website requires CAPTCHA when using Webroot WiFi Security
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Discusses why a CAPTHA may be presented when connecting to secure sites through Webroot WiFi Security.

Website requires CAPTCHA when using Webroot WiFi Security


When certain secure sites check your login location and it's in a substantially different geo-location from your normal IP address, they may flag the login as suspicious and require additional verification, such as a CAPTCHA. This may also occur when a site is trying to determine if you are visiting using a VPN and is adding an additional layer of security for those users.

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