PUBCRAWL: protecting users and businesses from CRAWLers

@inproceedings{Jacob2012PUBCRAWLPU,
  title={PUBCRAWL: protecting users and businesses from CRAWLers},
  author={Gr{\'e}goire Jacob and Engin Kirda and Christopher Kr{\"u}gel and Giovanni Vigna},
  booktitle={USENIX Security Symposium},
  year={2012}
}
Web crawlers are automated tools that browse the web to retrieve and analyze information. Although crawlers are useful tools that help users to find content on the web, they may also be malicious. Unfortunately, unauthorized (malicious) crawlers are increasingly becoming a threat for service providers because they typically collect information that attackers can abuse for spamming, phishing, or targeted attacks. In particular, social networking sites are frequent targets of malicious crawling… CONTINUE READING
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