Almost all modern web attacks include the use of bots to interact with the targeted domain. Without a reliable method for identifying and excluding bots, your site will be vulnerable to pen tests (leading to intrusions and
breaches), defacements, DoS/DDoS attacks, content scraping, fuzzing, brute force login attempts, and many other forms of attack.
Reblaze has pioneered several new methods for detecting and excluding unwanted bots. Legacy techniques like request inspection are still used, but Reblaze attacks the problem from multiple angles simultaneously.
Reblaze maintains a massive dataset in the global cloud: petabytes of user behavior data, not only from the domain being protected, but of all the traffic the platform has ever encountered globally. Reblaze can instantly marshals years of data and analytics against any potentially hostile traffic source, whether bot or human, instantly recognizing if that user’s behavior is legitimate or not.
Additionally, Reblaze uses machine learning to learn and develop over time. Even as hackers develop new attack techniques, the platform becomes more sophisticated, always adapting to the ever-changing Internet environment.