Users are often getting the message from google and they are forced to enter captcha "Unusual traffic from your computer network",when i check palo alto it seems very normal .
Is there a way to classify or monitor the users who really sending bulk traffic to google .
When i capture the traffic from the moment user hit google.com , the software captured around 500 frames in both directions .
So the questions from palo alto side ,how do i check which source is sending unwanted traffic to google .
and how to limit if they are sending huge amount of packets .
We had the same. Also found nothing unusual in our PA.
At the end is seems that our SEO guy had a toolbar in his webbrowser to "enhance" some websites pagerank.
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