Tag: stealth monitoring

15 January 2021 - 13:07, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments
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Big names in the online retail business often try to protect their websites from being site monitored. This was the case with Walmart Canada (walmart.ca). We tried all standard price monitoring techniques but we didn’t get the results we wanted. This is why we turned to our strongest weapon – Stealth IP. Our clients can...
8 January 2021 - 11:48, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments
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Websites are often trying to avoid being price monitored. This was the case with dicksmith.com.au. After trying out all standard price monitoring techniques we didn’t get the wanted results so we resorted to our strongest weapon – Stealth IP. Thus, our clients can now continue monitoring dicksmith.com.au with no difficulties. In case you are wondering...
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It is a well-known fact that some sites do their best to prevent automated price monitoring performed by Price2Spy and similar tools. Ocado.com is one of these sites, putting in a lot of effort in banning such traffic. After we have exhausted all classic ban-avoiding techniques, we have resorted to our strongest weapon – Stealth IP...
15 October 2015 - 12:12, by , in New Price2Spy features, No comments
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In the past we have informed you how big market names (like of staples.com) try to detect and ban price-monitoring traffic. It seems that this trend is growing quite fast, as more and more sites spend considerable budgets on IT equipment / personnel in charge of performing such bans. The last such example we have...

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