Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network.

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Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. CMSonya 11/23/10 2:52 PM
I am getting the message in subject for some hours now. I am alone here, no network or network administrator. There is no other PC that can produce unusual traffic to Google.

I have figured out that if I search through one websites like something site:somesite.com then Google says it were unusual traffic. However, I can execute exact the same search using Advanced search, so that the query is "made" for me in the form. In this case I can see the first 10 results. If I would like to browse to the second page in the search results, I get this annoying message again.

I really liked the feature to search through other websites with Google for years. It was very useful if the websites do not have own search or the search is crappy. However, now I am not able to do it. Why?
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Kaleh 11/24/10 1:52 AM

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Kaleh 11/24/10 1:54 AM
Can you provide a specific search that we can try to see if we can reproduce the issue?
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. CMSonya 11/24/10 3:17 AM
Kaleh,

there are different searches through forums that do not have own reasonable search functions. For example:
css programmatically site:forum.cmsmadesimple.org
flash track site:forum.openx.org


and any other search that includes site:whatever.org

I should say that today I can execute these searches without the message in the subject. I hope this was a temporary problem.


Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. kenorb 12/3/10 4:26 AM
The same here !!!!!!
Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Please try your request again later. Why did this happen?

This page appears when Google automatically detects requests coming from your computer network which appear to be in violation of the Terms of Service. The block will expire shortly after those requests stop.

This traffic may have been sent by malicious software, a browser plug-in, or a script that sends automated requests. If you share your network connection, ask your administrator for help — a different computer using the same IP address may be responsible. Learn more

Sometimes you may see this page if you are using advanced terms that robots are known to use, or sending requests very quickly.

IP address: 88.211.33.26
Time: 2010-12-03T12:24:02Z
URL: http://www.google.co.uk/search?sclient=psy&hl=en&site=&source=hp&q=site:ai-contest.com++inurl%3Arankings.php&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=&pbx=1&ech=1ψ=UuH4TPH-J9-N4gaA6vCRBw129137903984617&emsg=NCSR&noj=1&ei=UuH4TPH-J9-N4gaA6vCRBw

Please FIX it!!!!

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. tokyoterri 12/27/10 12:49 AM
same problem:I am all by myself, there is no systems admin or other computer.
1. I finally am able to advertise on google a little, so I go into my Adwords account and try to reach the Keywords tool
2. I get the following error message no matter what browser I use (Firefox, Chrome, Safari):

We're sorry...

... but your computer or network may be sending automated queries. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now.

See Google Help for more information.

3. I click the Google Help link, which tells me to contact my systems admin, which is not useful, as there's only me - if I'm not doing it, it's not being done. that page suggests scanning, for spyware, so I use MacScan to do so, and there is '0' spyware detected.

for what it's worth: 
IP address: 58.93.59.161
system: Mac Snow Leopard
trying to reach: googlekeywords tool (ironic, isn't it?)

I am so frustrated. does anyone have any idea what's going on and how to fix it?

thank you.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Kaleh 12/27/10 3:01 AM
@tokyoterri

Did you  submit your IP address through the "send us additional information" link?

Do you have a static or dynamic IP addres?.  Sometimes the IP address you have been assigned (if it is dynamic) is one that there has been a problem with.  In a case like this you might get beyond the problem if you release and renew your IP address, to obtain a new one.

Sometimes, the specific type of search that you are using will trigger the warning.  In the case of the AdWords Keyword Tool, (I know nothing about Adwords or the Keyword Tool) you might consider checking the AdWords Help Forum to see if others are having the same issue and posting there.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. tokyoterri 12/27/10 3:42 PM
@Kaleh

You are a gem - thank you! I did submit my IP address, but didn't have much hope of a response. But, your suggestion to change the IP was the right solution!

For those who have the same problem, here's what I did:

1. checked my ip (just google myip) so I'd know if it changed
2. unplugged my cable box for 10 minutes
3. plugged my cable box back in
a few minutes later, I had a new ip address, and I could access keyword tools

thank you!

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. wwwallyh 12/27/10 3:50 PM
interesting feedback..
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Kaleh 12/27/10 3:53 PM
Thanks for letting us know how things worked out!
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. starwarsmex 3/23/11 8:38 AM
I had the same situation
 
Spanish
 
 
In order to continue I had to enter  the characters in the image
 
English
 
 
Windows XP SP3, IE8
 
I had Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Internet Options "about:blank", 
I was searching for information using the small windows set to Google as Search Provider as Accelerator
When I switch to http://www.google.com/ncr I have not have to enter until this moment the special characters
 
I did a full system scan searching for malware, nothing found
 
My question is this protection could be because I did not set at Internet Properties http://www.google.com?
 
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide me
 
Regards
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Zakkie 5/6/11 12:04 AM
Google is being overly zealous here. My IP is most likely shared between many at my ISP.  Any attempt at viewing Google's  cached  version of pages results in this error. Pretty shoddy for all their supposedly PHD-level programming people to implement such a broken system, and surprising. It's been like this for years. No hope of Google fixing it either.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 5/8/11 7:38 PM
Had some 'unusual traffic' problems when searching with Google 
Using Network Monitor I noticed unusual entries like 'src other address' and queries for old laptop that died a week ago.
Suspected my Windows 7 laptop so changed settings like, stop sharing, remove homegroup and stopped all Apple services like itunes, bonjour and Apple Mobile devices, set them to manual startup. May have fixed the 'unusual traffic problem'.
Network Monitor is clean now.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 5/9/11 3:30 PM
oop's, spoke to soon, couple more 'unusual traffic' incidents.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 5/18/11 1:17 PM
Would like to know what exactly is the nature of the 'unusual traffic' that trips Googles warning.
Seems to happen at random times.
Is my search packet being randomly captured and modified before getting to Google.

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. megasaga 5/20/11 10:01 PM
ME TOO!!  And have that CAPTCHA pop out is not the worse part, the worse part to me is that freaking CAPTCHA don't let me pass even I typ it right!! I type 10-20 times there's no way I type them all wrong. Google, don't push me to Bing please, I like you company, it do little evil, yet most good. So fix it would you, Google?
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Dave in Danville 5/21/11 5:44 PM
Google is really out of freaking control here and I'm sick of it. Don't want me to use your service? Fine, I'll go elsewhere. For the past week I've been getting this same "Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer..." bull. I've scanned and rescanned my system, reset my modem to get another IP address (I'm on HughesNet)... hell, I've even removed my wireless router (even though I'm the only one on it, out here in the boonies) and I'm still being hassled / stalked by Google. Now Captcha won't let me through... enter the passphrase correctly only to be presented with another.



Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Dave in Danville 5/21/11 5:45 PM
I think I'll head over to BING. At least THEIR SERVICE WORKS!
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. byval 5/22/11 8:20 AM
I wasted much time trying to discover a virus that does not exist.
This is a huge problem for google.
I have moved to Bing as well.
 
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. evansgw 5/23/11 10:17 AM
I agree, I've been getting this. I am using my work computer and it is totally clean. No reason for this to be popping up.

My IP says I am in a different location to where I am. Probably the ISPs address. Which means there are a number of people suffering from this too!
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. cli_z 5/23/11 1:17 PM
Some facts from my end:

1 - It doesn't matter what I search: both "hello kitty" and "how about a nice cup of shut the fuck up" triggered it

2 - It's been happening on and off for the past several months

3 - I don't have a shared connection

4 - Today the Captcha doesn't even work

5 - There is no question of a virus, since I installed Windows 7 last week (I had Vista before)

6 - I contacted my ISP, and they said it might have something to do with an antivirus toolbar, but after uninstalling the whole damn program, I'm still getting this message


Honestly... I'm elated that this problem seems to be getting more common, because I was ready to chuck my computer out the window. I hate Bing with a passion, but if this keeps up, I'll swallow my bile and switch.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 5/23/11 1:26 PM
Try searching from gmail web search, haven't had the problem searching from there yet.

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 5/23/11 8:12 PM
Might be Search war. This is not good for Google. Google does not want it. Might be Microsoft doing it. Get you to change to Bing.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. cli_z 5/24/11 9:38 AM
I've been wondering if it's not something wrong with my ISP after all. This seems to be a fairly unknown problem, but the tech support for my rural cable/internet company acted as if they'd heard lots of complaints about it. Hmm.

Anyone else using Community Cablevision in Oklahoma?
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. junkopartner 6/28/11 12:33 PM
I've just encountered this issue as well, after installing an application on my Mac, called MailtabPro for Gmail. Don't so much care about whether the app works or not (though I paid $1.99 on the Mac App store), but that it will not work because I get the message: Unusual traffic from your computer network when I try to activate the appI've done the recommended virus scan which found no spyware or virus, but did isolate a few tracking cookies. Makes no difference ... I'm still getting the same message. I am likewise the only user, here ... there is no network, no share connection, no anitvirus toolbar and I have no administrator, other than my ISP, I guess, though they will say they don't know anything about it. 

I don't feel great that my IP is blocked and want to get this sorted out. Any thoughts anyone?


Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. celeste11 6/28/11 8:13 PM
I've had it happen many times and tried unplugging the router, resetting my ip address, private browsing, etc. None of that worked.
Finally, what got me through to be able to use the tool again is logging out of gmail and going to a different browser. 
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. christian.h.e 7/4/11 4:29 PM
I just might have to drive out to CA and start shooting if they don't stop holding my email hostage.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Wandering Bruce 7/5/11 11:19 AM
Does anyone from google ever reply to these messages?  I've been having this problem for about a month now and I don't get the CAPTCHA at all, so I can't get past it.  

For years I've had a google search box on my website http://www.republicanforum.com.  It has always worked with no problems, then suddenly I get this unusual traffic message and can't use the search box any more. 

I can do a google search from the address bar in Chrome and Firefox, but I like having my own search engine on my site.  

I am my own network administrator, so don't tell me to to do that.  I don't have any viruses or other malware on my computer.  I don't.  

How do I get ahold of someone at google?

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Wandering Bruce 7/5/11 11:24 AM
My IP address is: 186.207.144.189.  There are four computers on this network, they all have the problem.  It doesn't matter what I search for, and it doesn't matter what browser I use.

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. palpiker 7/7/11 2:33 PM
same warning or info here

funny thing is, it's only shows firefox 4.0, not in Chrome. 

i think of it's more like a router issue, This machine connected true Linksys ---> D-link---> to WWW

none other of my devices connected true d-link-->to WWW have got this issue.  

check your setup, try direct to connect from wall to pc

btw it's not a only windows issue, i'am using Linux .

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. palpiker 7/7/11 2:34 PM
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. palpiker 7/7/11 2:41 PM
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. eonebap 7/28/11 12:12 PM
I am going to STOP using google!
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. gfterry1 8/10/11 3:16 PM
Yep.  More crap from google.  I have the same error message when I try to use the "cache" link on google's search results.  I unplugged my ISP modem for over 20 minutes and then plugged it back in.  That didn't work.  Google search is broken.

In other words, GOOGLE IS NOW UTTERLY WORTHLESS!

Gmail sucks -- there's no way to tell what messages you've replied to or forwarded, habitually breaks forwarded images, and the gmail "team" has a love affair for "Conversation View".

Google help is no help at all.  This is not the only thread google ignores.  Google even closes support threads prematurely to keep the threads from growing too large.

Google treats the users like farm animals, herding them against there wishes to places they don't want to go with *absolutely* no regard for their wishes. 

Google harvests user information, scans their emails, contacts, documents, searches, and messages and sells it to the highest bidder whether you want them to or not.  And they treat you like shit while they're doing it.

And now, to top it all off, Google search is broken.

I dare, yes DARE a Google SOB employee to tell me I'm wrong.  After YEARS of being treated like SHIT by Google, fighting their dumb ass conversation view, gmail's corruption of data in emails, and a SHODDY USER INTERFACE for google apps in general and gmail in particular, now the SEARCH FUNCTION IS BROKEN!!!  That's the only thing that has kept me trying to stay with Google.  

I've already notified my important contacts of my changing email addresses to my YAHOO account.  Now I'm going to give BING a try as my search.

NICE JOB YOU GOOGLE ASSHOLES!!!!!

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. goooooooooo 8/30/11 6:32 PM
I got this first time yesterday. Checked malware and netstat. OK. Switched to Yahoo/altavista but they after a while also detected unusual traffic from my computer. Not even a captcha there. Bing seems not to bother.
I am using Firefox 3.6.20 with some addons. When I checked my IP with whatismyipaddress.com I found out that FF is claiming another IP than Internet Explorer (which showed the real IP) in the same time.

Could have something to do with a FF add-on.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. goooooooooo 8/30/11 9:56 PM
Turned out that some malware or add-on had switched Firefox connection settings to manual and all traffic was routed through a proxy server. I disabled some add-ons and set connection settings back to "no proxy". Now Google likes me again.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Ruhiel 9/15/11 1:38 PM
Google won't let me use youtube! what the hell! I can search but when ever I click on a video to watch it then it's just like blah blah you're a terrorist or something. or that same error message everyone else has...but still. No youtube? That's just unamerican
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. liindsey 9/15/11 1:58 PM
im having the exact same problem ruhiel! I even renewed my ip address and it only helped for like a minute!! ugh it's making me really mad. At first i thought it was my campus' wifi but i don't know.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 9/15/11 4:33 PM
Your computer may be infected with an email worm.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Windsun33 9/22/11 4:47 PM
I have been having the same issue for a couple of days, and it is starting to look like it is actually the Google Toolbar that is causing it - by sending information TO GOOGLE.
 
Still not 100% certain of this, but when I disabled parts of the toolbar, the messages stopped. When I turned them back on, the next day I started getting them again.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. SmartAssProducts 9/23/11 2:44 PM
This is extremely frustrating. I've been getting this stupid message for several days now and I have no idea why. Unlike Windsun, I do not have Google Toolbar--or anything else similar to it--installed, so that's not my solution.

Also, the IP address that Google is reporting as mine is COMPLETELY different from my actual IP address. They're showing addresses in the 64.27.117.xxx range, while mine is actually in the 216.175.xx.xx range.

Finally, I'm on Linux--secure, non-virus-infected, non-adware/spyware/malware-infected Linux.

So what's the deal? I've switched to Dogpile for now...
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. kimbanyc 9/24/11 2:28 PM
I have been having the same issue for about 2 weeks now and wondering what set it off. Can't believe Google has us wasting our time looking for a virus. And when are they going to address these issues which apparently have been going on for quite a while? It is very annoying to search this way. Thinking I'll switch over to dogpile
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. smsavino 9/24/11 3:59 PM
I'm having the same problem as SmartAssProducts. Google is also reporting the 64.27.117.xxx IP Address as mine. This just started happening 2 days ago, and it's happening on 3 different computers using Chrome or Firefox on the same home network. I've reset the modem, router, rebooted, scanned, etc., and nothing has helped yet.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 9/24/11 5:58 PM
Wish Google could be more specific. What exactly is detected that is unusual?.
I haven't had the problem since June but would like to know what caused the problem.
I suspect it's a temporary infection of our computers. The infection moves to other computers to escape detection. 
An infection not usually detected by antivirus or anti-spyware.
This site I just found (http://cbl.abuseat.org/advanced.html) may be the answer to detecting them.
It gets pretty involved but it seems to me just running netstat -nap in command prompt should reveal a lot.
If your computer is infected it should show unusual connections, of course one needs to know what is unusual :-)
Wish I had run netstat - nap when I had the problem with Google search.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. hesilly 9/24/11 6:09 PM
I started getting this "unusal traffic" message yesterday,  it started when googe added  this "+you" button on their navigation bar
 
I tried everything everyone has said here, nothing worked. so I made switches to Yahoo & Bing. 
 
I also hate Google consistantly ask me to provide them mobile phone number so in case I forget my password they can send it to my mobile phone.. I would never forget my password but I may lose my phone or change my number. Google has been demanding too much peronsal info, no usually traffic from my network but too much demands from Google. good luck & goodbye google
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 9/24/11 6:23 PM
Wait hesilly! help others by trying to detect the problem. Run netstat -nap and post the results. 

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. alliehamilton 9/24/11 8:54 PM
I have the same problem too. Started happening two days ago and now doesn't stop.

My IP address is also COMPLETELY DIFFERENT to what Google says mine is. Every time i get told to enter a CAPTCHA code, the address it says is 64.27.117.XXX (each time is different last three numbers). My IP address is 69.22.XXX.XXX. The same problem is also happening on my iPad.

I have run virus scans, release/renew IP address, rebooted modem, cleared cache etc and nothing - but what is most confusing to me is that Google says my IP address is different to what it actually is. Why would this be happening? I am relieved to see that others are getting the 64.27.117.XXX address too and it's not just me. But really want to know why it's happening. I am based in NY, not sure if others having same problem are also here. Really hope a Google employee comes on soon to help with this because I am stuck with Bing in meantime.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. smsavino 9/24/11 10:12 PM
Possible answer on DSLReports.com:

Earthlink DNS server pointing www.google.com to unknow

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. lloyd bennett 9/26/11 3:28 AM
Seriously, this and pages not loading fro other websites because "oops google couldn't find the address"??? Why is Google serving me pages after i have left its search engine? and so what if it has detected unusual activity on my computer? I haven't installed or authorized Google to protect my PC... WTF?
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. alliehamilton 10/2/11 11:33 AM
To Lloyd (post above). It's not a Google issue, it's an Earthlink issue. They are intercepting your searches. See this forum for resolution:

http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Web+Search/thread?tid=1c8ae8e6799f5408&hl=en&fid=1c8ae8e6799f54080004ae550b89aa41



Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. alliehamilton 10/2/11 11:33 AM
This article too explains it:

http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Earthlink-Joins-ISPs-Snooping-User-Search-Traffic-116294
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. M-Train 10/5/11 5:25 AM
This happened to me the other day while using the google homepage to search the term "Robot" from my mobile phone. The thing is, I hadnt used my phone in two days as the battery was dead, and I did it over my cell providers mobile data connection, not my home wifi network. I hope this isn't a recurring theme, it happened twice that day but hasn't happened since!
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. jomarie1139 10/6/11 8:50 AM
Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Please try your request again later. Why did this happen?


IP address: 112.198.64.91
Time: 2011-10-06T15:48:49Z
URL: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.facebook.com/


pls help me ;'(
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. jomarie1139 10/6/11 8:54 AM

Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Please try your request again later. Why did this happen?

This page appears when Google automatically detects requests coming from your computer network which appear to be in violation of the Terms of Service . The block will expire shortly after those requests stop.

This traffic may have been sent by malicious software, a browser plug-in, or a script that sends automated requests. If you share your network connection, ask your administrator for help — a different computer using the same IP address may be responsible. Learn more 

Sometimes you may see this page if you are using advanced terms that robots are known to use, or sending requests very quickly.

IP address: 112.198.64.91
Time: 2011-10-06T15:50:32Z

URL: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.facebook.com/



PLSSSSSSSSSSSs

HELP MEEEEEEEEEE
huhuhuhu ;'(
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. deej2323 10/20/11 4:35 PM
I'm trying to search from my AT&T cell phone and getting the captcha. Time to change my search engine to another search provider!
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. ADTC 11/2/11 7:19 AM
POSSIBLE SOLUTION

I kept getting this error message for every cached page I want to view in Google. Only recently did I figure out this is happening because I was using OpenDNS service as my DNS servers. Once I switched back to my ISP's DNS servers, I can view every cache page without this message ever showing up. Already viewed 10 cache pages in a matter of seconds.

So if you're using OpenDNS or some other public DNS service other that your ISP's default service, switch back to your ISP by selecting "Obtain DNS server address automatically" in the IPv4 and IPv6 properties dialog box.

My guess is OpenDNS is being used by so many people worldwide, requests to Google Cache through them have become too numerous. But then DNS servers only dishes out IP addresses and do not route requests, so it doesn't make sense in the technical context that OpenDNS can be causing this problem. Unless they are giving out a different IP address than the one my ISP gives.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. whkrems 11/2/11 8:28 AM
I have used OpenDNS for years, haven't had the Google error message for months and then it was just temporary for about a week or two.
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. kenjie.9909 11/8/11 2:19 AM
Hey GOOGLE, I'm DEFIniTELY NOT a robot!! I can't do some of my assignments because of this [Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network] shits. I don't want to switch to BING yet, but if this continues, all of the customers and your earnings will say "BYEBYE!" to you.

Oh, and by the way, FIX THIS SHIT NOW!!!
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. StarKissed 11/26/11 2:08 AM
What the hell?  This problem has been rearing it's ugly head for over 6 months and no one has corrected it?  All I did was add a custom player to my website.  Now when I try searching in the Developer's section, I get the automated response about unusual activity from my IP.  No malware is on my computer.  
  
I am a single user with one computer.  I have a new website that gets around 100 visitors a day, watching YouTube videos I have embeded on my website.  

Could it be, that I'm being red-flagged because one of Google's own products is the culprit?  heheheheh  

Regardless, this is ridiculous.  I paid for my domain name thru Google, and I thought they wanted me to get traffic. I also wanted to use the Developer pages so I could learn how to do different codings.   I certainly hope my website visitors aren't getting this "unusual activity" message, and being blocked from watching the videos they choose. This is counter-productive isn't it?  I'm building up traffic, while Google is trying to tear it down.    

What is the deal?  

Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. realimbored668 12/10/11 2:31 PM
cant tell if trolling, gibberish, or Justin Bieber turd. *Trollface* Problem, Users? Trololololo
Re: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. suamaytinh 6/12/12 6:17 AM
Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Please try your request again later. Why did this happen?


IP address: 118.71.124.120
Time: 2012-06-12T13:12:33Z
URL: http://www.cuuhomaytinh.info/
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