The problems didn't start at the same time and whoever it was is locked out of my accounts (2-step verification and all that good stuff), so it seems like probably a long shot, but I'm nitpicking everything at this point. Depending on the font a CAPTCHA uses, a lower-case "l" as in "llama" can look exactly the same as an uppercase "I" as in "Iguana" or the number "1." ? I only ask because about a year ago someone got into my google account (the one I used for google wallet). May not be a universal answer, but it's the way I made mine go away. Please enable it to continue. A few days later I checked my gmail for the "email was recently used" notice, and once I verified it was me, the captchas went away. I was recently using facebook and I accidentally opened a message from my cousin to a fake youtube site.
"wrong captcha!" Confusion between these three characters could be the reason why you can't get the CAPTCHA to work properly. Since then, I have received constant pop-ups regarding a captcha window that requires me to input a random combination of words to make it go away or it threatens me with a shutdown. Alright so for me it turns out the captcha only started when I logged into my gmail from my phone at school. What could possibly be wrong? Aquí nos gustaría mostrarte una descripción, pero el sitio web que estás mirando no lo permite. On a live site with Mollom protecting the registration form, recently my visitors complain they can't get past the CAPTCHA.