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Distil Networks uses device fingerprints to detect malicious web bots

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    Who's that coming to your website? Is it friend or foe? Is it a customer wanting to buy your products, or someone or something wanting to steal your web content? Is it a community member that wants to post a relevant comment, or a spammer intent on planting junk links and content in your open comments section? Is it a real person clicking on an ad, or a web bot driving up fraudulent clicks?

    Web applications are increasingly being subjected to automated threats such as click fraud, comment spam, content scraping, abusive account creation, and more. These and other illicit or unwanted activities are described in detail in the OWASP Automated Threat Handbook for Web Applications.

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