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Browser bot detection guide

BrowserScan can detect automated activities on scripts or browsers. It analyzes various browser attributes to determine whether the browser environment is controlled by robots, typically falling into three categories:

  • Normal bots - usually bots belonging to well-known search engines (Google, Bing, Baidu). It crawls websites to create a searchable index of content. A good bot can also be a monitoring or uptime checking tool.
  • Malicious bots - Usually automated tools like Selenium, Puppeteer, Playwright or anything that pretends to be a good search bot. It can take over accounts, submit spam, steal passwords, scrape data, waste resources, and more.
  • No bots detected - the visitor could be a human using a regular browser.

Identification and bot detection

The combination of fingerprinting and bot detection gives you a powerful tool to protect against online fraud and produces the best results when used together.

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Chrome DevTools Protocol Detection

Detectable use of developer tools to simulate browsers or control them via related developer protocols.

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Native Navigator

Detect whether the Navigator is deceptive. Some browser plug-ins or robots will modify key attributes to achieve deception.

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