Some bots, such as crawlers from Google, Bing, and other search engines, or partners of our customers, are "good" bots that provide business value. As a result, part of the Bot Management system is a whitelist that allows known good bots through, along with the ability for customers to create their own bot whitelist rules for business partners that have legitimate needs to run automated bots against a web site.
Articles in this section
- How long are Instart Bot Management security events and analytics stored?
- Does Instart Bot Management help manage low-value bots that are not malicious?
- Can I turn Instart Bot Management rules on and off by myself?
- How does Instart Bot Management protect against session replay attacks?
- Can Instart Bot Management detect PhantomJS and headless Chrome pretending to be full Chrome or other browsers?
- What if bots are running a full version of the Google Chrome browser?
- We think we just have a bunch of humans attacking the site – can you help with that?