Single Request Attacks
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
Arkose Labs stop Single Request Attacks by reactively, and proactively, intercepting requests to prove their authenticity with Enforcement.
What is a Single Request Attack?
Single Requests Attacks cannot be detected by artificial intelligence or stopped with bot mitigation
Single Request Attacks blur inauthentic requests indiscernibly with authentic requests. Arkose Labs is the only system that intercepts Single Request Attacks with an intermediate attack surface that is not within the control of attackers. These attack protocols are operationalized with automation tools or digital sweatshops, and decisioning that relies only on observable tell-tales will undoubtedly misclassify humans too.
Single Request Attacks provide many use cases for attackers
Prevent attackers from automating the injection of breached credential pairs
Prevent bulk account creation by fraudsters who exploit sign-up processes
Prevent fraudsters sharing questionable and malicious content at scale
Prevent fraudsters making unauthorized payment attempts to validate stolen cards
Denial of Inventory
Prevent attackers taking goods out of circulation without transacting
Prevent fraudsters from unfairly dominating marketplace demand
Prevent fraudsters from acquiring large quantities of tickets for future resale
Prevent fraudsters from artificially inflating social capital and public opinion
Prevent attackers from abusing virtual economies and game mechanics
Prevent attackers from extracting valuable content from your website