I agree it’s not a long term solution, and I’m sure Zwift don’t think so either. Since there’s no CAPTCHA in the Zwift login screen it would seem completely redundant. I dare say they can probably just remove it, and it might only be there because someone used some other code as a basis.
Blocking gstatic.com in the Internet Options should only apply to IE. Few people will use that as their primary browser these days (I hope). Chrome, Firefox, Edge etc. shouldn’t be affected. I’ve tested it, and even with gstatic.com in the restricted sites list, I can still load the script in Edge (the one most likely to take any notice of Windows Internet security options, I’d guess).
I have just started getting this problem in the last two days. I regularly log out and log in to Zwift as family members have their own Zwift account but use the same PC/Kickr setup.
I still can,t get past the script. The message comes up after EVERY character I type in. Logging into my account via the Zwift website shows I have no data. Not a mile. I have uninstalled and reinstalled three times with no result. And the login doesn’t recognise my password. Very, very frustrating.
Thanks for the work around and detailed screenshots because initlaly I was trying in Internet explorer and it wasn’t working. This isn’t ideal and this sort of thing should be patched with an expedited approach. Not everyone is techy minded nor should have the patience to go looking for the answer whilst sat on a trainer, bibs in a cold garage wanting to train. Again community coming up on trumps
I have this problem as well. I am only using my windows 10 pc for zwift so I have problems where to find the place to make the required settings. Can somebody guide me to the place where these settings can be made?
I am not able to follow these guidelines:
Start menu / Windows key
Type “Internet Options” and select the Control Panel item