Solving a CAPTCHA can be frustrating. But fortunately, we have some tips that can help.
What is CAPTCHA?
CAPTCHA stands for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart. It functions as a challenge-response test to determine whether or not a user is an actual person.
The difficulty of the CAPTCHA test correlates with the potential security risk of the internet service provider being used to access the site.
How CAPTCHA Validation Works
The CAPTCHA system is used to prevent spammers or bot programs from pulling email addresses/usernames or from logging into web-based services. The CAPTCHA typically goes away after the first validation is complete.
A CAPTCHA step is required for a user who signs in from a unique device for the first time. Examples of unique devices include a unique phone or web browser.
Take this for example. Let's say you signed in from a computer on Google Chrome. The CAPTCHA-validation would be required again if you signed in from another web browser such as Mozilla Firefox, even if you used the same computer.
Keep in mind that any CAPTCHA validation will be void if the web browser history, cookies, and a cache are cleared.
Also be aware that Web browsers typically have options that require CAPTCHA validation each time the browser is opened again. You can resolve this issue by turning this setting off.
If the validation is still required, try searching for updates within the browser and clearing your browser cookies and cache. Then, reload the browser at www.vagaro.com.
What If a CAPTCHA Fails to Validate Properly
If a CAPTCHA completely fails to validate properly in your browser, clear the cache and redo the CAPTCHA. This should fix the issue.