- Attack mitigation
- Suspicious IP throttling
Suspicious IP throttling
Automatic and always learning
To protect your applications from high-velocity attacks targeting multiple accounts, Rownd uses suspicious IP throttling to block traffic from any IP that rapidly attempts too many sign-ins or sign-ups.
This feature is automatically enabled when you create a Rownd app. If Rownd detects a large number of sign-up or sign-in attempts from a single IP address, it will temporarily block further attempts from that IP.
We do not disclose our throttling strategy since they change depending on the threat environment. If you’d like to modify your settings, please contact us.