Whenever bots interact with your application, they leave immutable traces within the client environment.
Kasada inspects all incoming requests for automation with a process that’s invisible to humans. Kasada’s interrogation is obfuscated with its own polymorphic method to deter reverse engineering attempts.
Advanced attributes are collected from the client looking for strong indicators of automation including use of headless browsers and automation frameworks such as Puppeteer and Playwright. All communications to and from Kasada are encrypted.
An array of sensor data generated from client interrogation is collected and used to make decisions for each request while adding to our threat intelligence.
Telemetry is processed to accurately determine if the client request is from a human, good bot or bad bot without needing CAPTCHAs to validate. Decisions are made on the first request, without ever letting requests into your infrastructure, including those from new bots never seen before.