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Post Posted April 5th, 2017, 8:58 am

When trying to login to Seamonkey hangs on I'm not a robot test. IE works OK.
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Post Posted April 5th, 2017, 9:36 am

Moving to SeaMonkey Support.

Were you able to log in to that site previously?
Have you tried clearing the browser cache and any cookies associated with the Humana site?


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Post Posted April 5th, 2017, 5:22 pm

Any change if you restart in Safe Mode?

(Worked fine on my end, thought I can't actually log in, as I have no account.
Can't say I've ever come across a site where blocking a captcha, or anything like that, ended up causing a hang.)
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Post Posted April 22nd, 2017, 2:22 pm

lollarz wrote:When trying to login to Seamonkey hangs on I'm not a robot test. IE works OK.
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I went to and went to the sign in page. Having a reCAPTCHA to sign in is the dumbest thing I have ever seen.

Be that as it may the reCAPTCHA worked just fine with SeaMonkey 2.46 and I was able to insert a username and PW. Not having an account it came back and asked me to check my username and PW.

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Post Posted April 23rd, 2017, 10:15 am

If you haven't already checked, most of the time when I have an issue like this the problem is that no-script is blocking a component of the reCAPCHA. Do you have no-script installed? If you do, you probably need to temporarily allow some of the google script. If not, check other add blockers if you have them.

I agree that there is no good reason to run a reCAPCHA on a page where you are entering login information. At that point, you already have credentials (and an account with the insurance company), so they know you're not a robot. The rest can be managed with a limit on login attempts. Most of the time when I see this I suspect that the reCAPCHA is there just to force you to allow google scripts to be running when you are logged into your account. I avoid sites and companies that require this and if I have no choice, I always revoke the temporary permissions as soon as I have successfully logged in.


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