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A Statistical Identifier is an [[Identifier|identifier]] generated via a [[Probabalistic|probabilistic] method. The inputs into the process are usually technographic characteristics of the web-enabled device or applications.
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A Statistical Identifier is an [[Identifier|identifier]] generated via a [[Probabalistic|probabilistic]] method. The inputs into the process are usually technographic characteristics of the web-enabled device or applications.
  
 
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== Benefits ==

Latest revision as of 14:44, 28 January 2021

A Statistical Identifier is an identifier generated via a probabilistic method. The inputs into the process are usually technographic characteristics of the web-enabled device or applications.

Benefits

Statistical identifiers are often used to detect non-human traffic.

Critiques of statistical identifiers refer to this process as "fingerprinting."