Single Request Attacks

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9 out of 10 requests are Single Request Attacks

Single Request Attacks refer to a family of protocols that attackers use to synthetically manipulate each request they make for the explicit purpose of avoiding detection at scale. The true nature of these requests can only be determined when their source is independently challenged, and not controlled by attackers.

Arkose Labs stop Single Request Attacks without blocking humans

Attackers use Single Request Attacks to masquerade as legitimate sources by obfuscating IP addresses, consuming dynamic fingerprints, using headless browsers, and executing JavaScript as expected.

Arkose Labs stop Single Request Attacks by reactively, and proactively, intercepting requests to prove their authenticity with Enforcement.

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What is a Single Request Attack?

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Stop Single Request Attacks across every use case

Learn why Arkose Labs is the only system capable of stopping Single Request Attacks