On Monday, January 15, Harri will be adding an extra level of security to the login process by implementing a Captcha upon login. (A captcha is a program or system intended to distinguish human from machine input, typically as a way of thwarting spam and automated extraction of data from websites - see image below.) The captcha will be prompted after 3 failed logins or when certain suspicious activity is detected.
This technology is powered by Google’s captcha and requires that the google.com domain be whitelisted. Please contact your IT department if you are think your security settings may block your access to Harri.
For a complete list of URLs to whitelist, please visit our support page on What Domains or URLs Need to Be Whitelisted?