61.5% of Internet traffic in 2013 from non-human




61.5% of Internet traffic in 2013 from non-human

Recent study indicated that more than half of traffic recorded by websites on the Internet in 2013 were generated from non-human sources.

The study confirmed that the company Incapsula solutions protect Web sites that 38.5 percent of the total traffic recorded by websites this year are for users staying behind.

In contrast, the study registered an annual increase in the proportion of non-human sources by Internet traffic, noting that 61.5 percent of Web traffic this year was from non-human sources, compared to 51 percent last year.

The study showed that 31 percent of non-human traffic in 2013 recorded sites from search engine spiders and automated software (Bots), other good, while 30.5 percent from malicious software.

The software piracy rate 4.5 percent of total non-human traffic recorded by websites this year, compared with 5 percent for software copy content and republishing software to collect email addresses.

This, and the percentage of use of the software you are trying to take the human body when accessing websites, launched the study “the counterfeit software for profile” (Impersonators), where such software is 20.5 per cent of the non-human traffic, and an increase of 8 percent from 2012.

Company Incapsula studied at the analysis of 1.45 billion to 20,000 website from 249 countries worldwide by 2013.
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