You cannot control customers reusing passwords across sites. Attackers build up lists of email/password pairs, then attempt thousands of logins a minute with tools that bypass CAPTCHA. Paraxial.io detects and stops these attacks.
A rented cloud server is attempting thousands of logins on your website. With Paraxial.io, traffic from data center IP addresses is blocked automatically.
Web application that allows users to send emails being abused by attacker
Kateryna is responsible for an Elixir/Phoenix web application at a mid-size startup. Recently a bad guy learned how to abuse an API endpoint to send email spam. The implementation of reCAPTCHA was denied, due to the negative user experience. She uses Paraxial.io to automatically ban this attacker, without any disruption to normal users.
A botnet is used to attempt thousands of login requests per minute
Paul is a security engineer at a financial company. He notices a significant increase in login attempts, but the monitoring tool does not show where they are coming from. After pulling log data, and writing a custom SQL query, he sees 27 compromised user accounts and 89 IP addresses to manually ban. Now Paul uses Paraxial.io, and the next attack is blocked immediately.
An industry research firm notices scrapers rehosting their content
Devon is the CEO of a research firm, who notices a website is rehosting their content. After talking to Nancy, the CTO, they discover dozens of IP addresses scraping content daily. Most anti-scraping vendors don't support Elixir or Phoenix, but Nancy tells Devon about how Paraxial.io does. The same day their free trial starts, 39 IP addresses are banned for scraping their site.