Every time when I am open this forum page I have to prove myself that I am not a robot. Even when I am in forum , and after that when I change the browser and check something else, again I am back to forum , And i see the same thing. i have to prove myself I am not a robot.
Every single time its really wasting my time and I am very disappointed about this. I dont know why , its happening ,
Its been 10 days that I am seeing this.
I’ve never seen that. I’m not even sure if the image in the lower left corner is water or a rock.
That is actually a cloudflare issue and isn’t something that can be controlled from the Fiverr end. I get it too, though not as often as you do. I usually get it when I’m doing a lot of things on the forum at the same time, like rapidly answering posts and hitting submit, etc. It’s a security setting that is not uncommon on forums, especially when visited by a global community. It isn’t something that Fiverr can turn off for security reasons.
Here is some info by Cloudflare on this:
Why do I see a captcha or challenge page trying to visit a site protected by CloudFlare as a site visitor?
A site visitor to a website that CloudFlare is protecting can see a captcha for the following reasons:
1.The IP address you are on has shown problematic activity online recently in one of our data sources. If you would like to look your IP up, then please look your IP up at Project Honeypot. If the IP address shows data for malicious activity, you can see why there. You can also attempt to whitelist your IP directly on that page by connecting from that IP.
The site owner has had security problems involving the country you are visiting from.
Your actions are triggering a Web Application Firewall rule that the website owner has turned on.
What to do:
If your IP is showing that you are distributing malware or spam, your computer may have an infection and we would recommend running an anti-virus scan.
The captcha is showing specifically because of security settings.
Help Please! How can i get rid of this situation?
Cloudflare capcha’s are weird. I don’t know why they have to use odd photos for this one. I wish it was at least a simple one, like the house numbers. The other kind I hate are the ones with the twirly letters and numbers. I can never tell what they show.