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State of Web Scraping Data Theft Across Real Estate Websites & MLS Data
2015 Study: State of Web Scraping Data Theft Across Real Estate Websites & MLS Data. MLS executives are key to the success of the real estate industry in addressing data screen-scraping.
Funda Integrates Distil with AWS and F5 to Prevent Lead Scraping and Abuse | Funda Case Study
Funda integrates Distil Networks with AWS, F5 Networks and managed hosting provider to protect status as leading market data authority while preventing lead scraping and abuse
Distil Networks for Real Estate Property Portals | Data Sheet
Securing your real estate listing data is difficult because web scraping is cheap & easy. Learn how bots scrape your data & how to protect your business here!
Real Estate Sites Primary Target for Web Scrapers
Real estate websites are the primary target of web scraping, according to a new report by Distil Networks.
Bot Defense for API Security Data Sheet
APIs lack basic capabilities to detect and prevent to automated attacks. Learn how to protect APIs with Bot Defense.
Distil Networks Analyst Managed Service | Data Sheet
Distil Networks Analyst Managed Service provide another defense layer. Offload the responsibility of defending against automated site & API attacks to our team of expert team of IT security analysts.
Web Scrapers and Your Listing Data: High Risk Lessons
Watch this webinar with Clareity Consuluting, IRES, and Distil Networks on web scrapers and your real estate listing data: high risk lessons. Mobile and APIs present new challenges.
Distil Secure CDN Datasheet
Together with best-in-class bot defense, the Distil Secure CDN improves your website’s performance by serving traffic through 25 global locations.
Portals Under Attack from Bad Bots, Reveals Report
Real estate portals are the number one victim of malicious web scraping, with a 300 percent increase in bad bot activity from 2014-2015 according to a new report from Distil Networks.
Distil Networks, 'Bad Bot' Fighter for Real Estate Sites, Gets Lots of Ammo
Data scraping is a growing problem in online real estate according to Distil Networks
Lamudi integrates Distil Networks with Akamai and AWS | Lamudi Case Study
Learn how Lamudi automated the manual blocking of IP addresses with Distil Networks along with Akamai & Amazon's AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF). Increase site performance by eliminating bad bots
Protecting Property Portals from Web Scraping Bots
Securing property portal listing data from bots is harder than ever. Why? Because web scraping is cheap and easy, and are growing ever more capable of evading detection.
Ensuring Real Estate Website Listing Data Security
Ensuring Real Estate Website Listing Data Security. Avoid Litigation by Protecting Your Listing Data Before the Theft Occurs. Securing your real estate listing data is harder than ever.
Gartner Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection
Gartner published their Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection to provide fraud managers and web infrastructure teams with insight into the market.
Could Bots Be Targeting Your Website?
Bad bots are on the rise and they are targeting real estate websites. Bots can be used by competitors and hackers to web scrape, hijack accounts, steal data, spam, digital ad fraud, and more.
Real Estate Startups May Be Culprits In Bad Bot Attacks
Study Reveals Concerns Over Scraping on Sites
The real estate industry is increasingly alarmed by the prevalence of web scraping of real estate web sites, the unauthorized use of listing data.
13 Questions You Must Ask Your Bot Mitigation Vendor
13 Questions You Must Ask Your Bot Mitigation Vendor. Use these questions to help differentiate between solutions and make an informed decision
MLS Execs and Website Vendors Sound off on Screen-Scraping
Distil Networks and Clareity Consulting published the results of two surveys - MLS executives and IDX/VOW vendors identifying challenges to solve the screen-scraping problem.
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