Human Presence

Imperva 5 Cyber Security Predictions for 2015

Imperva Data Security Blog January 14, 2015 5 Cyber Security Predictions for 2015 Crystal ball photo for blogImperva has been in the business of protecting the high-value applications and data assets at the heart of the enterprise since 2002. In the years since, we’ve gained tremendous knowledge about cyber security and the origins and nature […]

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Facts about ReCAPTCHA and NoCAPTCHA

Sorry Google, No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA doesn’t stop bots ShieldSquare Google recently launched a new version of reCaptcha which claims to be more robust to bots and easy going on the humans. While this video on youtube by Google is pretty convincing too, things got a little interesting when we dug deeper. The new approach which […]

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Bots Outnumber Humans on the Web

Bots Now Outnumber Humans on the Web BY ROBERT MCMILLAN 12.18.14 | 9:00 AM | Diogo Mónica once wrote a short computer script that gave him a secret weapon in the war for San Francisco dinner reservations. This was early 2013. The script would periodically scan the popular online reservation service, OpenTable, and drop him […]

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Ellipsis announces Human Presence technology

Bot or Not? MARCH 21, 2014by Jennifer Oladipo Ellipsis targets “human presence” on the Web Rather than make website visitors prove they’re human, Ellipsis wants companies to use Human Presence technology to figure that out automatically. Bill West, Ellipsis chairman and CEO, said the company studied more than 80 million actions of Web users to […]

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Current Methods for Website Security

If you run a website that allows visitors to comment, or where your clients have to set up user accounts, you need some kind of security in place to prevent abuse. Hackers can create robots that can enact malicious attacks on your site by posing as humans. Some of those attacks include making comments and […]

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Marketers Could Lose $6.3 Billion To Bots In 2015

Marketers have a billion-dollar bot problem. Global advertisers could lose $6.3 billion to bots in 2015, if current fraud rates continue. That’s according to new research from the ANA (Association of National Advertisers) and a study conducted with White Ops, an ad fraud detection firm. Nearly one-fourth (23%) of all video ads are served to […]

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Buying tickets with less aggravation

(C. Maher/Evening Standard/Getty Images) A Rolling Stones concert in London, 1969. Interviewed By Kai Ryssdal Tuesday, July 22, 2014 – 13:59 STORY Buying concert tickets these days requires a lot of planning and speed. You have to be on the dot when tickets go on sale, and even if you are, page loading, internet speed and […]

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CAPTCHA by-pass software is now readily accessible

Purchase captcha bypass software For Reasonable Price. Even if you don’t have a lot of experience in sector of computers and world wide web you still have noticed captcha BriefingWire.com, 11/19/2013 – Even if you don’t have a lot of experience in sector of computers and world wide web you still have noticed captcha or Completely […]

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Human Detection

  The Economist explains How can websites tell humans and robots apart? Nov 3rd 2013, 23:50 by G.F. | SEATTLE   SIGN up for a new e-mail account, buy a concert ticket or leave a comment on a website and you will often be confronted with an image of skewed and swirled letters and numbers to […]

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