Malvertising Defense


Detect and block malicious ad behavior in real time with on-page technical analysis that protects publisher and platform reputations and revenue.  
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How does HUMAN keep ads clean?

HUMAN conducts on-page analysis to identify and eliminate malicious behavior without blocking the entire ad.
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Stop Malvertising Attacks
Block malicious behaviors in every impression while still firing the ad, ruining the ROI for malvertisers
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Retain Reputation

Keep experiences free of bad ads to improve audience trust and safeguard brand reputation 

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Preserve Revenue and Time
Focus on driving revenue, not fighting bad ads, with a single line of code and automatic updating solution 

Prevent Malvertising Attacks

HUMAN keeps your ad units honest by performing a technical analysis on each impression, automatically detecting and blocking malicious activity before it reaches your audiences. 

A single on-page script monitors billions of interactions a second, with over 8 million websites and apps protected, 500 million threats blocked, and trillions of impressions protected.
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Eliminate costly remediation escalations

Avoid costly remediation that results from malicious ad impressions. Unlike other malvertising solutions, HUMAN detects and blocks malicious activity  from reaching audiences while still allowing the impression to fire. 

Bad actors pay without their reward, meaning the consumer is safe and publishers get their revenue. This disrupts ROI, raising the cost for attackers while reducing the cost of collective defense.

Reduce infrastructure and maintenance costs

Stop wasting valuable ad operations efforts tediously updating blocklists and manually removing bad ads from your system. Blocklists can never keep up with the rate of new threats, so HUMAN relies on technical analysis instead. 

HUMAN constantly updates its detection techniques, eliminating the need to manually update blocklists and remove bad ads. This enables publishers and platforms to stay focused on driving business while remaining protected from novel attack threats. 
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50% of all B2B Spending is from Digital Ads

This makes malicious ads big business. HUMAN blocks the malicious behavior before rendering the ad to disrupt ROI and raise the cost for attackers.

Keep Digital Ad Impressions Honest

Factinate Protects Audience Experience Without Sacrificing Revenue

Factinate was seeing a malvertising-driven decline in session lengths - as much as 50% lower. Implementing HUMAN's Malvertising Defense gave them a  solution to blocking the attacks.
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Longer session lengths
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50+ million

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“With HUMAN's Malvertising Defense, you still get paid by the malvertiser, and they stop targeting our site because it's not worth it. It's obviously an effective deterrent."
Jeff Myers, Co-founder,


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"We don’t talk about malicious redirects anymore. It's a problem that has simply been completely removed. Truly a ‘set it and forget it’ solution.”
Matt Cannon, COO, Venatus Media
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Eliminate Malicious Redirects and Streamline Operations

Venatus was in a constant fight against malicious redirect attacks, spending nearly every weekend fighting an onslaught of malicious ads. After implementing HUMAN's Malvertising Defense, the problem completely disappeared.
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500+ million

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