Why am I getting CAPTCHA verification with Speedify on?
Getting CAPTCHA verification or CAPTCHA forms when using a VPN service such as Speedify is normal. In fact, any VPN service that uses shared IP addresses has the same behavior.
Since you’re sharing the server IP address with multiple other VPN users, that means you won’t be the only one sending search queries to Google’s search engine. Instead, Google thinks multiple search requests are being sent from your IP address and device.
To Google, that looks like spam. So, it asks you to fill the CAPTCHA requests to prove you are actually not some computer program sending out spam.
Using Speedify for Teams and Speedify Dedicated server may help in preventing CAPTCHA verifications, as you will have your own dedicated IP. You can also try connecting to a different Speedify server.
Of course, that’s not 100% guaranteed, and you still might be asked to fill in a CAPTCHA if you are using a VPN anyway that is why Speedify offers a 30-day money-back guarantee.