Bot Management

Terms related to bot management and automated threats and cyberattacks

What Is Product Scalping?

Product Scalping is the act of buying up goods or services that are in limited supply and high demand before most consumers can get a chance to buy them.

What Is Scalping?

Scalping relies on scalper bots to quickly buy products & services that are in high demand and or in limited supply, only to resell them at inflated prices.

What Is Cart Abandonment?

Cart abandonment happens when bots are used by competitors and fraudsters to add items to e-commerce site carts, but instead of buying them, are left unpurchased.

What Is Carding?

Carding is a form of payment fraud in which fraudsters test lists of credit card data against a merchant's payment processing system to verify stolen details.

What Is Form Spam?

Form spam refers to filling & submitting web forms with irrelevant info, including abusive language, ads, spam links to malware-laden and phishing websites.

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.

What Is Content Scraping?

Content scraping is the theft of original content from websites to publish elsewhere. Content scrapers copy the entire content & pass it off as their own.

What Is Price Scraping?

Price Scraping is a technique in which pricing data is lifted off from e-commerce websites along with product catalog information using bots.

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