Amazon Web Services(source): Visit originates from Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. Visitor is likely to be a crawler.
data center: Visit originates from an IP address controlled by a data center. While not necessarily malicious, these visitors are unlikely to be humans. Crawlers will often operate out of data centers since they provide a suitable environment (i.e., fast internet, stable power, etc.).
data center and ISP: IP address of visit is controlled by an organization that provides both data center and ISP services.
Google Cloud Platform(source): Visit originates from Google Cloud Platform. Visitor is likely to be a crawler.
ISP: Visit originates from an IP address distributed by an Internet Service Provider (ISP). These IP addresses are often used for home or business internet connections, and are less likely to host crawlers since an active crawler would probably end up being throttled by the ISP.
Microsoft Azure(source): Visit originates from Microsoft Azure cloud. Visitor is likely to be a crawler.
Oracle Cloud(source): Visit originates from Oracle Cloud. Visitor is likely to be a crawler.
Oracle Data Cloud Crawler(source): Visit is from Oracle's self-identified data crawler.
web host: Visit IP address is controlled by a dedicated web hosting service. Web hosts typically do not allow customers to run arbitrary code on their servers.
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NetToolKit tags are generated through a combination of heuristics, web crawling, and manual oversight.