Radware Bot Manager Overview

Radware Bot Manager is the #3 ranked solution in our list of top Bot Management tools. It is most often compared to Cloudflare: Radware Bot Manager vs Cloudflare

What is Radware Bot Manager?

Radware Bot Manager (formerly ShieldSquare) is a non-intrusive API-based Bot Management solution to detect, eliminate, and manage bot traffic from websites, mobile apps, and APIs in real-time. Our solution leverages Intent-based Deep Behavior Analysis, device fingerprinting, and domain-specific detection technologies to identify and eliminate invalid traffic with zero false positives. We protect against automated attacks such as account takeover, application DDoS, API abuse, card fraud, content scraping, skewed analytics, ad fraud, form spam, and other malicious activities. Bot Manager safeguards over 80,000 internet properties owned by global brands spread across 70 countries, in industries including Classifieds, Finance, Retail, Digital Publishing, Travel, Advertising, Gaming, Healthcare, Online auctions, and more.

Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cybersecurity and application delivery solutions, acquired ShieldSquare in March 2019.

Radware Bot Manager is also known as ShieldSquare, ShieldSquare Bot Mitigation and Bot Management.

Radware Bot Manager Customers

Pearson, Zulily, Purch, Groupe PSA, Yellow Pages, Axel Springer, Dorman, Penske, SeLoger.com, trovaprezzi.it

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Real User
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Jan 27, 2020
There are webmasters who do this manually, but we don't want to spend our time doing that kind of whack-a-mole.

What is our primary use case?

Bot mitigation. We run a dedicated server to manage a high-traffic website that draws a lot of attention from bots.

What other advice do I have?

Just that they've been great during transitions, like when we've had to move servers. Excellent support. They're very tenacious about getting problems solved, even when it means digging deep.