In Opera recaptcha never comes up yet n Firefox it does. I do not use anything google. I hate google with a passion, yet Firefox is forcing it on us. I use www.rewardscentral.com.au for a few things, I log in to this website every morning. With Firefox I have to click on the recaptcha crap every single time, yet with Opera web browser I don't. I came to Firefox for a more "secure"browser, and yet you allow google crap to take over, how is this so secure? Google is the worlds biggest scammer. Please, give us a way to remove it and block it. Even for my search engine I use Startpage for better security.
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What does Firefox has to do with google and captcha? That comes from the site itself doing security checks as to what Opera does that is what they do Firefox has no control what Opera does with their Browser. Every Browser does their security check differently otherwise there wouldn't be a Firefox or Opera but only Edge/Chrome/Safari would be your only choices here.
Then why does it happen with one browser and not another browser going to the exact same website? Because 1 browser wants to annoy the crap out of everyone and waste peoples time with useless extra clicks and 1 site doesn't. And 1 browser bows down to Googles captcha and recaptcha. Firefox is the only browser I use that recaptcha comes up on.
That's would be to contact the site and since that is a register site others on the forum help won;'t be able to know why beyond the side support looking into why this is happening.
More captchas is actually a good thing from a privacy perspective, it indicates the browser is more private and Google is having difficulty tracking you. If you don't see any captchas then Google is tracking you everywhere.