Distil Product Updates - November 2017

New Product Available: Distil CAPTCHA


Distil CAPTCHA is an alternative solution to Google’s reCAPTCHA. Using a mix of customizable themes, picture puzzles, and games, Distil CAPTCHA is highly resistant to bot attacks—including client decryption, brute force, and machine learning approaches. Distil CAPTCHA also lets you design CAPTCHA forms that comply with your corporate brand guidelines.


New Product Available: Distil JavaScript Deployment Option

We recently rolled out a new deployment method. Distil JavaScript provides a way to protect your web sites, web apps, and APIs without fully integrating our service in-line as a reverse proxy. In this deployment, a JavaScript tag runs in the end-user’s browser. It gathers relevant data and forwards it to Distil servers via a first-party token or an API call.


Updated Access Control List

We’re streamlining our existing access control list (ACL) to become a more versatile and empowered tool. The new ACL will make it easier to manage your ACLs—whether they’re created and managed by your team or by Distil. Additionally, you’ll be able to use either the simple rule editor or the advanced, custom rule editor to perfectly configure your ACLs.

Custom Token

The Distil SDK seamlessly integrates our bot defense product into your mobile apps. The SDK creates and maintains a token to validate requests and protect your servers from malicious activity or abuse. Soon, we’ll be rolling out the ability to use your own custom token, to protect your servers from requests made using older versions of your app that aren’t yet integrated with the Distil SDK.

Streamline Your Domain Management with Wildcards

Our wildcard feature is designed for customers having a large volume of domains or subdomains. It eliminates having to enter every domain and subdomain in the Distil Portal. Using wildcards lets you manage a single set of traffic routing rules, protection settings, and distribution settings—no matter which domain or subdomain your users are attempting to access. 


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