Google Chrome – No, this is not a typo!
This is the official Google Chrome Chrome Security Team’s advice on how to avoid getting a captcha that looks like this: http://goo.gl/2x5uKv Google Chrome Security Teams guide: https://www.google.com/chrome/documentation/chrome-security-team/guides/how-to-avoid-a-crap-crappy-cursor/ This is a reference that is in Google Chrome security team docs, which explains that “The first and foremost thing you need to do is to make sure you’re not sending it from your browser”.
This means you must check if the browser is using the new “No” flag.
You can check this with Chrome’s built-in Chrome Inspector, or you can check the “Always use HTTPS” box if you have enabled HTTPS on your site.
If you don’t see this box checked, then you’re probably not using a modern browser.
If this is the case, it means that you have to change your site’s default security settings to “Always Use HTTPS”.
If you have a modern Chrome browser, you can also check “Always Allow Cookies”, which will allow your cookies to be set to a different level of integrity than those you’re currently allowing.
If the “Never Use HTTPS” checkbox isn’t checked, you’ll likely see the error “Cannot find flag ‘Allow Cookies’ for HTTP” in the address bar.
This means that your site is sending an invalid URL that will not work in modern browsers, so this error should be fixed immediately.
If, on the other hand, you do see the “Allow Cookies” check box, then this is actually an issue with your current settings.
This error means that when you visit a website using the “no” flag, the browser sends a cookie to the server that the server does not want to accept.
It’s up to the browser to make this change to your site, and it can’t do so if you’re using a newer version of Chrome, or if you’ve enabled HTTPS.
If it’s a newer browser, however, it might be possible to add a “yes” flag to the cookie, and that way you’ll be able to accept cookies from your site in future.
If that doesn’t work, Google Chrome’s official guide explains how to add “yes, the server can’t send cookies” as a security setting: https://docs.google.*/chrome/?keywords=chrome,security&utm_source=google&utm