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Device Fingerprint

What is Device Fingerprint?

To commit a variety of fraudulent activities, users create new accounts, emails, and get rid of cookies – this way your users continue to damage your business. The question is whether they change their equipment. Although the answer may be “yes”, changing equipment is quite troublesome and costly, so scammers resort to it in extremely rare cases.

If you continue using cookies to identify your users, we can positively say that you are wasting your money, as:


You are overpaying your partners and advertising sites for users who have deleted their cookies and identifiers and are back on your site.


You are losing your customers, who register new trial accounts instead of switching to payable account versions.


You are suffering from branding loss or any other kinds of loss from your fake user accounts.

To avoid all cases mentioned above, use Device Fingerprint from FraudHunt – technology that identifies users by their devices as each device possesses a list of unique parameters regardless of the fact whether there are cookies.

These unique parameters are the following: an operating system, browser and its version, installed plug-ins, screen resolution, platform, IP address, and many others. Using the combination of these parameters, our system generates a permanent user ID.

If your users attempt to delete cookie files, they succeed, but won’t be able to change their unique Device Fingerprint identifier, since it will be restored the moment they return to your resource with their equipment parameters.

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How can I integrate your system with mine?

To start working with Device Fingerprint from FraudHunt, insert a JavaScript snippet on your page.

How does Device Fingerprint interact with personal data of a user?

Device Fingerprint from FraudHunt uses open technical parameters. This data includes an IP address, a name and version of a browser and OS, etc. All these parameters are transferred among resources and users, and are stored in free access.