Protect Web Applications from Bad Bots, API Abuse and Online Fraud.
On average, 19% of traffic to a website is from bad BOTs.
Protect your key web infrastructure in 'real time' from such threats as:
Application Denial of Service
Bots programmatically abuse the business logic of your website causing slowdowns or downtime. This occurs at L7, so you won't notice it on your firewall or your load balancer.
Block Advanced Persistent BOTs
Complement existing web performance and security stack.
Prevent API Abuse
Hackers, and fraudsters reverse engineer apps that connect to API endpoints. Once inside the API, they use bots to scrape data, takeover accounts, commit fraud, and deny API service to other apps and users.
OWASP has now added “Underprotected APIs” to the OWASP Top Ten.
Digital Ad Fraud
Sophisticated bots divert, steal, and defraud billions of dollars a year.
Bots that behave like humans, severely impact ad serving resources, traffic is skewed and ad revenue is diverted to the bad guys’ sites. That means loss of ad revenue and damaged reputations.
Web Application Security
Stop to entire classes of cybersecurity threats, including account takeovers, web scraping, online fraud, unauthorized vulnerability scans, and application denial of service.
Online Fraud and Account Hijacking
Using brute force attack or stolen login credentials, bots can gain access to your user accounts and make fraudulent purchases or harvest personal information.
Eliminate new account fraud.
Minimize payment fraud.
Stop SPAM BOTs
Form spam, comment spam, fake registrations, and rogue reviews and product listings pollute your site and backend systems. Static CAPTCHAs are a problem because they create friction for legitimate users and hurt conversion rates. Worse yet, CAPTCHA farms and sophisticated bots can solve CAPTCHAs.