DataDome Bot Protection analyzes your traffic in real time. We can provide insights about your traffic by enriching your logs for all the requests that we analyze.
Our modules include a powerful feature that adds headers on each request before they are handled by your backend or CDN.
Our customers use it for a deeper integration of DataDome in their infrastructure and applications, for the following use cases:
- Enriching server logs with bot information from DataDome for log analytics, SIEM or SOC (e.g. Elastic Search, Sumologic, Splunk)
- Providing insights about bot traffic on your client-side analytics (e.g. Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics)
This feature is available for Corporate and Enterprise plans. You can enable it directly from the Integration section of your Dashboard.
X-DataDome-botfamilyas of 2022-03-01.
|Header name||Header description||Header possible values||Enabled by default|
|Is it a bot?||Yes|
|The bot name||Examples: ||Yes|
|Was a CAPTCHA passed on this session?||Yes|
|The traffic category||Yes|
|An identifier for the current request||A standard UUID with alphanumerical characters, e.g. ||Yes|
|The response type applied by DataDome||No|
|The level of confidence when identifying a request as coming from a bot||Float number between 0 and 1.|
0: Lowest level of confidence
1: Highest level of confidence
|Names of bot models that were triggered (max: 10)||Examples: ||No|
Please contact our support team to enable the headers listed above that are not enabled by default.
They will review your requirements and provide you with the best recommendations.
Please refer to the documentation pages below to configure your server-side integrations in order to benefit from these enriched headers in your own logs:
- Cloudflare Worker (Cloudflare Apps is not supported)
You can find more information about how to export these logs and headers to an SIEM/SOC Tools.
Updated 6 months ago