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I have a client that is getting a message when they goto Google "Our System have detected unusual traffic from your Computer network. This page checks to see if it's really you sending the request and not a robot"

No other PC at this location get this message. All PCs are running Norton AV adn I have done Malware and Norton manual scans. I found a lot of hits on the internet but none with a way to resolve this issue.
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by:johnb6767
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Might need to check the connections from this PC?

Maybe either TCPView or Wireshark to find out what data/ connections teh PC is trying to do?

TCPView
http://live.sysinternals.com/tcpview.exe

Wireshark
http://www.wireshark.com
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by:Cdwalter
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I did not see any suspicious activity. I get the smae issue with Firefox and IE but it seems to be only the first time I go to google. Google is the defualt web site.
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by:Sudeep Sharma
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Just check for your gateway IP address if it is listed somewhere in the internet for suspicious activity. You would find the website which could offer online open-proxy and open-relay checks.

Try you IP search on google search engine and see it is been reported somewhere.

Sudeep
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This was resolved by cleaning up cookies on the PC in question. No other PC at this location was having an issue.
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The issues was resolved by clearing cookies
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