All Distil Blog Posts

  • The Next Chapter in Our Story: Distil Being Acquired by Imperva

    The Next Chapter in Our Story: Distil Being Acquired by Imperva

    With that, today Distil takes the next phase in our adventure. I am excited to announce that we have we signed an agreement for Distil Networks to be acquired by Imperva.

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  • 9 Recommendations to Prevent Bad Bots on Your Website

    9 Recommendations to Prevent Bad Bots on Your Website

    Bots are on your website every day. Every site is targeted for different reasons, and usually by different methods, so there is no one-size-fits-all bot defense solution. Here are some recommendations

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  • The New Dynamic Reporting Engine

    The New Dynamic Reporting Engine

    The Dynamic Reporting Engine allows customers to gain actionable insights into the bad bot traffic detected on their website, mobile app or APIs.

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  • [Infographic] The Ugly Truth About Bots in 2019

    [Infographic] The Ugly Truth About Bots in 2019

    Bad bots are evolving and are more sophisticated than ever, which can compromise your company’s reputation, as well as your ability to retain customers and generate revenue.

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  • [Infographic] 2019 Bad Bot Trends by Industry At-A-Glance

    [Infographic] 2019 Bad Bot Trends by Industry At-A-Glance

    Some bad bot problems run across all industries while others are industry-specific. This year’s Bad Bot report provides a breakdown of top industries impacted by bots and the challenges faced.

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  • Keeping up with the Bot Arms Race

    Keeping up with the Bot Arms Race

    Many security teams struggle to fully understand the nature of the continuing problem caused by bad bots and the ongoing arms race that bot defenders face from bot operators.

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  • Bad Bots of 2019: Investigate the Latest Trends in CyberSecurity

    Bad Bots of 2019: Investigate the Latest Trends in CyberSecurity

    Comb the bot landscape for key cybersecurity insights with guest speaker Amy DeMartine from Forrester Research.

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  • Gartner Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection

    Gartner Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection

    Gartner used to publish a Gartner Magic Quadrant Fraud, specifically for web fraud detection, but the online transaction fraud market became so fragmented that they started doing a Market Guide instea

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  • Bad Bot Report 2019: The Bot Arms Race Continues

    Bad Bot Report 2019: The Bot Arms Race Continues

    Today, Distil Networks released its sixth annual report into the trends in the bad bot landscape, titled the “Bad Bot Report 2019: The Bot Arms Race Continues”.

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  • Distil Networks - The Number 1 Bot Manager

    Distil Networks - The Number 1 Bot Manager

    In Forrester’s evaluation of the emerging bot management market, they identified the 12 most significant providers and evaluated them. Find out why Distil Networks is the number one bot manager.

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  • Web Scraping 101: The Basics of Bots on Your Website

    Web Scraping 101: The Basics of Bots on Your Website

    What Is Web Scraping? Web scraping is a method used to extract data from websites. Often called screen scraping, web scraping software may access the web directly using a web browser or other means.

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  • [Infographic] Bots in the Ticketing Ecosystem

    [Infographic] Bots in the Ticketing Ecosystem

    Bad bots are responsible for 39.9% of all ticketing website traffic. At the heart of the bot problem is the ticketing website and mobile app.

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  • How Bots Affect Ticketing

    How Bots Affect Ticketing

    Distil’s Research Lab released its latest threat research called “How Bots Affect Ticketing”. The report is the first in-depth study into the impact of bots on the ticketing industry.

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  • Four Ways Bots Attack Ticketers and Infinite Reasons to Be Protected

    Four Ways Bots Attack Ticketers and Infinite Reasons to Be Protected

    Four Ways Bots Attack Ticketers and Infinite Reasons to Be Protected: Ensure your reputation, customers, and data are safe from bad bots

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  • The Inside Track: Q&A with Queue-it CEO Niels Henrik Sodemann

    The Inside Track: Q&A with Queue-it CEO Niels Henrik Sodemann

    What every C-Suite Executive needs to know about cybersecurity. The typical CEO doesn’t have time to worry about bot mitigation and cybersecurity -- until their company’s website is under attack.

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  • [Infographic] Bots in the Airline Ecosystem

    [Infographic] Bots in the Airline Ecosystem

    Bad bots are responsible for 43.% of all airline website traffic. At the heart of the bot problem is the airline website and mobile app.

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  • Distil Networks and Frontier Airlines Webinar: How Bots Affect Airlines

    Distil Networks and Frontier Airlines Webinar: How Bots Affect Airlines

    Airlines are constantly being attacked by bots. This webinar will explore the airline bot, seat spinning and look to book ratio problem in-depth and will explain who is behind these attacks.

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  • [Infographic] Airline Bots - What Are the Numbers?

    [Infographic] Airline Bots - What Are the Numbers?

    The airline industry sees a significant amount of bad bot traffic compared to others. In fact, 43.9% of airline traffic comes from bad bots. But what does that really mean for airline companies?

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  • Airline Bots: How Bots Affect Airlines

    Airline Bots: How Bots Affect Airlines

    Distil’s Research Lab recently released a new threat research report titled, “How Bots Affect Airlines.” This is the first industry-specific report into airline bots and analyzed 7.4 billion requests.

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  • Distil Networks Built Using NGINX | NGINX Bot Detection

    Distil Networks Built Using NGINX | NGINX Bot Detection

    NGINX bot detection. NGINX is used as a reverse proxy, Distil Networks have the ability to bring incoming traffic to a single layer where actions are taken and HTTP packets can be inspected.

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