How to fix Unusual Traffic error when searching on Google

Unusual Traffic error appears when Google thinks that searches are being sent automatically from your network and assuming it could be a robot or something malicious like a virus does a search, not a human.

If you've seen one of the following errors when using Google, chances are you've used Google too quickly.

These errors appear when Google thinks that searches are being sent automatically from your network and assume it could be a robot or something as malicious as a virus does a search, not a person.

However, it is important to realize that these errors do not mean anything. They are not "proof" of whether Google is tracking all your network activity or even searches on Google, nor does it confirm that there is a virus on your computer. (It is best to use some antivirus software and this problem will not happen). Your system or network will not be seriously affected by these errors.

  1. Unusual traffic from your computer network
  2. Những hệ thống có bất thường giao dịch từ máy tính của bạn.

Why do you see an error Unusual Traffic?

Errors can occur due to one of the following reasons:

  1. You are looking for too many things or searching too fast.
  2. You are connected to a VPN.
  3. Your network is using a public public IP address, such as a proxy public server, in which case Google may have triggered notifications based on traffic from someone else's device.
  4. You intentionally run an automatic search engine.
  5. Many of your network users are looking at the same time.
  6. There are also several other reasons such as:
    1. Another user is using your network without permission.
    2. There is a virus in the network or computer.
    3. An unknown process is running in the background and sending unwanted data.

What to do to fix the error Unusual Traffic?

Fixing errors depends on what you have just done. If you are sure that the error is caused by you, you can fix the error with one simple step. However, if you don't think the cause of the error is yours, you should consider everything before continuing with Google search.

A CAPTCHA code will appear on the screen, you can fill it out. Enter the characters you see in the box to let Google know you are real and not a robot.

  1. Keep doing more manual searches on Google in minutes to see if the error happens again.
  2. Disconnect the entire VPN connection.
  3. Temporarily turn off search engines like Mozbar.
  4. If you suspect virus infection, do not forget to run antivirus software.
  5. Restart the web browser, then the computer. If the error persists, restart the router.
  6. Run the Chrome Cleanup tool to make sure there aren't any malicious programs.

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