Dating sites without bots
It's clear that dating bots destroy the customer experience and probably hurt customer loyalty as well.In addition, a dating site might be liable if a user could prove that a malware infection or fraud loss resulted from link sent to him via the site.Dating sites can now turn to new behavior-based approaches to Web protection.One such method learns how human users interact with the site and spots subtle deviations from human behavior.This 70% click-through rate may well be the highest conversion rate in the world, and it explains why dating bots pay off for hackers.
A site's reputation suffers when male customers discover that a large portion of attractive women — by far the most communicative — on the site are fake.
It is imperative that they do the following: Stopping Bots Is Tough When You Can't See Them If simpler bots are used to chat with human customers, they may be caught with more traditional defenses.
Newer, more sophisticated bots are much more elusive and can be directed to vary their behavior, making them undetectable by signature-based security tools.
To his surprise, he was quickly matched up with several women he found attractive. Check this out." I Never Do This, But…Bill clicked on the links, and so do 70% of men when they unexpectedly receive a link sent by a bot posing as an attractive woman.
Better yet, they immediately showed their interest by sending him text messages. That's what Perimeter X observed when we researched top dating sites.
We found the same bot infestations on other dating sites, so it's not only Tinder and its users that are being targeted.