Bot Management

Terms related to bot management and automated threats and cyberattacks

Account Takeover Fraud

Account Takeover (ATO) is a form of identity theft where a fraudster uses bots to get access to a victim's bank, e-commerce site, or other types of accounts.

Antibot Solution

Antibot solution follows a real-time approach when it comes to blocking bots. It uses robust algorithms to detect, analyze and categorize bot patterns and signatures.

Bot Detection

Bot detection is the process of analyzing all the traffic to a website, mobile app, or API, in order to detect and block malicious bots while allowing access to legitimate visitors and bots.

Client-Side Cookie Tampering

Cookie tampering is a method of tampering with the information stored on a user’s web browser and manipulating it to be used in malicious ways.

Client-Side URL Redirection

URL redirection vulnerability is an input validation flaw that is generally discouraged in modern website development because malware or hackers.

Credential Stuffing

Credential stuffing is a technique used by hackers, fraudsters and cybercriminals to carry out account takeover (ATO) attacks on banking, e-commerce, media, gaming and other websites.


Honeypots are used to actively analyze, strengthen, and prevent further attacks on any IT systems that were vulnerable to the attacker’s techniques.

Contact Radware Sales

Our experts will answer your questions, assess your needs, and help you understand which products are best for your business.

Already a Customer?

We’re ready to help, whether you need support, additional services, or answers to your questions about our products and solutions.

Get Answers Now from KnowledgeBase
Get Free Online Product Training
Engage with Radware Technical Support
Join the Radware Customer Program

Get Social

Connect with experts and join the conversation about Radware technologies.

Security Research Center