Ticket Scalping

Ticket Bot operators use software programs to purchase the in-demand sporting or music event tickets.

eDNA to the rescue
Ticket Bot operators use software programs to purchase the in-demand sporting or music event tickets from ticket selling sites as and when the sale opens. These tickets are sold on secondary ticket reseller sites at an obnoxiously high price.

Ticket selling sites are often victimized by such a malicious activity of ticket touting making their brand identity vulnerable as genuine customers fail to book tickets.

Deploy eDNA to block ticket bots and encourage genuine ticket buyers.

Save your brand reputation, increase customer loyalty and revenue.

Competitors harvesting your content
Bots sent by competitors steal your pricing strategies after analysing trend and in turn with the aim to gain an unfair business advantage. The stolen data is used in other sites across the Web and some even sell the data for a profit.

In order to build up a behavioral profile eDNA uses Machine Learning to continuously monitor many risk attributes, or what we call 'fingerprints'. These include:

  • Unknown devices
  • High risk IP addresses
  • Suspicious login locations
  • Tor usage
  • Whitelist and blacklist countries
  • Velocity checking
  • Geo-location anomalies
  • Project Honey Pot
  • AlienVault Open Threat Exchange


Using the the eDNA API real-time requests for each users credibility is made. Each request is given a real-time risk score based on our machine learning techniques which covers 250+ technical and behavioural attributes. The score -  is returned within 200 milliseconds – if the score returned is 1 the request being made is blacklisted. Where a score less than 1 is returned for the given request,  the requester can either be challenged or be fed bad data. Where a score of 0 is returned the request is considered not to be suspicious and will be able to access your website & applications as usual.
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