Accurately identify connected devices
Perform anomaly detection

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Device Identification

See your network as a clear deck

Fingerbank is a set of tools to identify networking devices based on their network fingerprints. A device fingerprint is very useful for numerous kind of applications. For example, it can be used by Network Access Control solutions such as PacketFence to grant different network access based on the device type (gaming console vs. laptop).

Anomaly Detection

Catch the bad players

Fingerbank knows how a device should present itself on the network its communications patterns and when a device deviates from those. Our technology is performing continuous data-mining to extract common patterns from networking devices and can therefore raise an alert when a device acts abnormally.

All layers skinned

Check more than just the user agent

When a device connects to a network, it exposes various precious information on different layers of the networking stack. The Fingerbank Collector can build a precise fingerprint of the device and use the knowledge and algorithms of the Fingerbank Cloud API to accurately identify the device.

DHCP / DNS / HTTP

TCP

RADIUS

ARP

2,270,269
combinations
832,919
user agents
23,922
DHCP fingerprints

Who uses Fingerbank?

Adtran
Aruba Networks/HP
Cisco
Kaspersky
Meraki
Mojo Networks
Nokia