Digital Footprints

This section describes the list of variables used to calculate the Score that can be retrieved as raw data to feed a proprietary engine or to enrich a CRM

DEVICE

Signal Name

Type

Examples

Description

device_automatic_screen_orientation

boolean

true, false

Automatic screen orientation change is supported by the device hardware.

device_type

string

Desktop, Mobile, Tablet, Smart Tv

Primary hardware type of the user.

device_brand

string

Samsung, Oppo

The company/organisation that provides a device, browser or other component to the market. It can be a manufacturer, mobile operator or other organisation exclusively offering a product.

device_model

string

S3, IPhone 8

The model of the device of the user.

device_operating_system

string

iOS, Windows, Linux, Android

The operating system installed on the device used by the customer.

device_cost

number

high, medium, low

The retail price of the device used by the customer (high=€500+, medium=€300-500, low=below € 300).

device_age

number

2012, 2020

Year of commercial release of the device.

device_cldc

boolean

true, false

Version number of supported Java CLDC (Connected Limited Device Configuration), e.g 1.0. The device fully supports JSR 30 or 139 and following as defined by Sun Microsystems.

device_cookie_support

boolean

true, false

The ability of a client to store cookies and send them when appropriate.

device_csd

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to CSD (Circuit Switched Data) networks.

device_device_pixel_ratio

number

1

Ratio between physical pixels and device-independent pixels (dips) on the browser.

device_diagonal_screen_size

number

3.5

The diagonal dimension of the screen in inches.

device_display_color_depth

number

24

The color depth of a display.

device_display_ppi

number

165

The pixel density of the Device's screen. Pixels Per Inch.

device_drm_oma_combined_delivery

boolean

true, false

The device is able to open, read and respect the combined delivery constraints as defined in the OMA DRM v1.0 specifications.

device_drm_oma_forward_lock

boolean

true, false

The device is able to open, read and respect the forward lock constraints as defined in the OMA DRM v1.0 specifications.

device_drm_oma_separate_delivery

boolean

true, false

The device is able to open, read and respect the separate delivery constraints as defined in the OMA DRM v1.0 specifications.

device_edge

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution) networks.

device_flash_capable

boolean

true, false

The browser is Flash-Capable.

device_gprs

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) networks.

device_hscsd

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to HS CSD (High Speed Circuit Switched Data) networks.

device_hsdpa

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) networks.

device_hspa_evolved

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to HSPA+ (Evolved High-Speed Packet Access) networks.

device_image_gif_87

boolean

true, false

The ability to display a GIF87 image embedded in a mobile web page, using a tag such as img or object.

device_image_gif_89_a

boolean

true, false

The ability to display a GIF89a image embedded in a mobile web page, using a tag such as img or object.

device_image_jpg

boolean

true, false

The ability to display a JPG image embedded in a mobile web page, using a tag such as img or object.

device_image_png

boolean

true, false

The ability to display a PNG image embedded in a mobile web page, using a tag such as img or object.

device_is_app

boolean

true, false

Identifies non-browser apps and webviews.

device_is_checker

boolean

true, false

Identifies link/site checkers.

device_is_downloader

boolean

true, false

Identifies download agents/clients.

device_is_e_reader

boolean

true, false

The device is a reading device.

device_is_feed_reader

boolean

true, false

Identifies feed reader clients.

device_is_filter

boolean

true, false

Identifies proxy/content filters.

device_is_games_console

boolean

true, false

The device is a games console.

device_is_masquerading_as_desktop

boolean

true, false

The device is pretending to be a desktop browser.

device_is_media_player

boolean

true, false

The device is a media player.

device_is_robot

boolean

true, false

The device of the user is detected to bo a bot or a spider.

device_is_set_top_box

boolean

true, false

The device is a set-top box.

device_is_spam

boolean

true, false

Identifies known email address or spam harvesters.

device_is_tablet

boolean

true, false

The device is a tablet device.

device_is_tv

boolean

true, false

The device is a television.

device_jqm

boolean

true, false

The device supports jQueryMobile.

device_jsr_118

boolean

true, false

The J2ME virtual machine implements JSR 118. The device fully supports JSR 118 as defined by Sun Microsystems.

device_jsr_139

boolean

true, false

The J2ME virtual machine implements JSR 139. The device fully supports JSR 139 as defined by Sun Microsystems.

device_jsr_30

boolean

true, false

The J2ME virtual machine implements JSR 30. The device fully supports JSR 30 as defined by Sun Microsystems.

device_jsr_37

boolean

true, false

The J2ME virtual machine implements JSR 37. The device fully supports JSR 37 as defined by Sun Microsystems.

device_lte

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to LTE (Long Term Evolution) networks.

device_lte_advanced

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to LTE Advanced (Long Term Evolution Advanced) networks.

device_markup_wml_1

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to render a page using WML.

device_markup_xhtml_basic_10

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to render a page using XHTML Basic 1.0.

device_markup_xhtml_mp_10

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to render a page using XHTML-MP 1.0.

device_markup_xhtml_mp_11

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to render a page using XHTML-MP 1.1.

device_markup_xhtml_mp_12

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to render a page using XHTML-MP 1.2.

device_memory_limit_download

boolean

true, false

Describes the maximum size in bytes for downloaded from a web page and stored locally (e.g. a ringtone or an image). Media is treated separately. Some browsers might have a variable memory limit based on the memory used by other applications, in that case 0 will be used.

device_memory_limit_embedded_media

boolean

true, false

Describes the maximum size in bytes for media files embedded in a web page. Media is treated separately. Some browsers might have a variable memory limit based on the memory used by other applications, in that case 0 will be used.

device_memory_limit_markup

boolean

true, false

Describes the maximum size in bytes for markup in a web page. Media is treated separately. Some browsers might have a variable memory limit based on the memory used by other applications, in that case 0 will be used.

device_midp

boolean

true, false

Version number of supported Java MIDP (Mobile Information Device Profile), e.g. 1.0. The device fully supports JSR 37 or 118 and following as defined by Sun Microsystems.

device_nfc

boolean

true, false

The device has NFC (Near Field Communication) hardware.

device_request_time

string

evening, morning, afternoon, night

Time of the day the user is requesting your service.

device_screen_size

string

800x600, 1280x1024

The size of the device screen in pixel.

device_supports_client_side

boolean

true, false

Indicates whether the device supports the DeviceAtlas ClientSide component.

device_touch_screen

boolean

true, false

User may touch the screen to interact with the device.

device_umts

boolean

true, false

The device is capable of connecting to UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) networks. The device is capable of connecting to UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) networks.

device_uri_scheme_sms

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to start a new SMS message when a URI is defined with the protocol sms followed by a telephone number (e.g. sms:+35312345678). Verify that the browser behaves as expected.

device_uri_scheme_sms_to

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to start a new SMS message when a URI is defined with the protocol smsto followed by a telephone number (e.g. smsto:+35312345678). Verify that the browser behaves as expected.

device_uri_scheme_tel

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to start a telephone call when a URI is defined with the protocol 'tel' followed by a telephone number (e.g. tel:+35312345678). Verify that the browser behaves as expected.

device_usable_display_height

boolean

true, false

The vertical size of the default browser's viewport, expressed in device independent pixels (DIPs), when held in its default orientation and the browser zoom is set to 100%. Also known as CSS resolution.

device_usable_display_width

boolean

true, false

The horizontal size of the default browser's viewport, expressed in device independent pixels (DIPs), when held in its default orientation and the browser zoom is set to 100%. Also known as CSS resolution.

device_v_card_download

boolean

true, false

The ability of the web browser to download and open the device's address book when a vCard URI is used.

EMAIL ADDRESS

Signal Name

Type

Examples

Description

email

string

[email protected]

The email address of the customer detected by Fido JS or passed with Fido's API.

email_status

string

deliverable, invalid, unknown, syntax

Delivarable: Verified as real address.
Invalid: Verified as invalid (Bounce).
Unknown: The server cannot be reached.
Syntax: Invalid due to possibile spelling. error.

email_sub_status

string

invalid_mx_record

[antispam_system, greylisted, mail_server_temporary_error, forcible_disconnect, mail_server_did_not_respond, timeout_exceeded, failed_smtp_connection, mailbox_quota_exceeded, exception_occurred, possible_trap, role_based, global_suppression, mailbox_not_found, no_dns_entries, failed_syntax_check, possible_typo, unroutable_ip_address, leading_period_removed, does_not_accept_mail, alias_address, role_based_catch_all, disposable, toxic]

email_domain

string

Gmail, Yahoo, Libero

The domain name associated to the email address of the user.

email_domain_exists

boolean

true, false

Whether or not the domain name associated to the email address exists.

email_domain_age_days

string

365

The domain age in days associated to the email address of the user. Indicates how old is the company associated to the email address.

email_account

string

yahoo.com

The portion of the email address before the "@" symbol.

email_has_first_name

boolean

true, false

Whether or not the name is contained in the email address.

email_has_last_name

boolean

true, false

Whether or not the surname is contained in the email address.

email_did_you_mean

string

[email protected]

Suggestive Fix for an email typo.

email_is_blacklisted

boolean

true, false

The email address of the is associated to a user with derogatory marks.

email_is_disposable

boolean

true, false

Indicates is the email is disposable.

email_is_role

boolean

true, false

Indicates the email address is not associated with one single person, but with a group of peoples or a department.

email_is_spamtrap

boolean

true, false

Indicates is the email is considered a spam-trap by Email Service Providers.

email_is_free

boolean

true, false

Indicates the email account belongs to a free service provider. If false, the email account belongs to a company or paying individual.

email_mx_found

boolean

true, false

Whether the domain has an MX record.

email_mx_record

boolean

true, false

The preferred MX record of the domain.

email_smtp_provider

string

yahoo

The SMTP Provider of the email or [null] [BETA].

email_first_name

string

tony

The first name of the owner of the email when available or [null].

email_last_name

string

stark

The last name of the owner of the email when available or [null].

email_gender

string

male

The gender of the owner of the email when available or [null].

PHONE NUMBER

Signal Name

Type

Examples

Description

msisdn

string

393394554546

The mobile phone number of the user detected by the Javascript or passed with Fido's API.

msisdn_status

string

connected, absent, invalid, undetermined

Connected: Indicates that the number is valid and the target handset is currently connected to the mobile network (and reachable).
Absent: Indicates that the number is valid but the target handset is currently switched off or out of network reach.
Invalid: Indicates that the number is not currently assigned to any subscriber on the mobile network or otherwise invalid.
Undetermined: Indicates that the connectivity status could not be determined and the connectivity status is unknown. This can be caused by invalid numbers, due to lack of connectivity to the target network operator, or other exceptions and errors.

msisdn_mno_name

string

Vodafone

An arbitrary string specifying the current network operator name of the inspected mobile phone number.

msisdn_original_mno_name

string

Tim

Original carrier of the mobile phone before number portability.

msisdn_mno_code

string

The code that identifies the current network operator.

msisdn_original_mno_code

string

The code that identifies the original network operator.

msisdn_is_ported

boolean

true, false

Indicates whether the number was ported from its native network to a new operator.

msisdn_is_reachable

boolean

true, false

Indicates whether number type information was successfully obtained.

msisdn_is_roaming

boolean

true, false

Indicates whether the number is currently roaming. The availability of roaming information depends on the mobile network operator.

msisdn_country_code

string

IT, UK

ISO 3166 country code

IP ADDRESS

Signal Name

Type

Examples

Description

ip_address

string

127.0.0.1, 192.168.0.1

The IP address assigned to the customer when requesting your service.

ip_region

string

Lombardy

The ISO 3166-2 code for the region where the IP is located.

ip_city

string

Milan, Rome

The city associated to the IP address of the customer.

ip_country

string

IT, UK

The name of the country where the IP Address is located, ISO 3166.

ip_country_name

string

Italy

Country name based on ISO 3166.

ip_zip

string

20128, 20124

The Postal code for where the IP Address is located.

ip_latitude

number

9.189510

City latitude. Defaults to capital city latitude if city is unknown.

ip_longitude

number

45.464270

City longitude. Defaults to capital city longitude if city is unknown.

ip_connection_speed

string

broadband, dial-up, ultra-broadband

Internet connection type.DIAL = dial up, DSL = broadband/cable/fiber/mobile, COMP = company/T1.

ip_connection_type

string

ISP/MOB, ORG, COMP, EDU, GOV

Usage type classification of ISP or company
(COM) Commercial
(ORG) Organization
(GOV) Government
(MIL) Military
(EDU) University/College/School
(LIB) Library
(CDN) Content Delivery Network
(ISP) Fixed Line ISP
(MOB) Mobile ISP
(DCH) Data Center/Web Hosting/Transit
(SES) Search Engine Spider
(RSV) Reserved

ip_isp

string

Fastweb

The service provider used by the customer's device to access the internet.

ip_timezone

string

CET, UTC

The exact current time in the Timezone the IP Address belongs to.

ip_domain

string

supporthr.com

Internet domain name associated with IP address range.

ip_idd_code

string

39

The IDD prefix to call the city from another country.

ip_area_code

string

002

A varying length number assigned to geographic areas for calls between cities (224 countries supported).

ip_weather_station_code

string

ITXX0042

The special code to identify the nearest weather observation station.

ip_weather_station_name

string

Milan

The name of the nearest weather observation station.

ip_mcc

string

262

Mobile Country Codes (MCC) as defined in ITU E.212 for use in identifying mobile stations in wireless telephone networks, particularly GSM and UMTS networks.

ip_mnc

string

09

Mobile Network Code (MNC) is used in combination with a Mobile Country Code (MCC) to uniquely identify a mobile phone operator or carrier.

ip_mobile_brand

string

Vodafone

Commercial brand associated with the mobile carrier. You may click here to view the coverage report.

ip_elevation

number

38

Average height of city above sea level in meters (m).

ip_address_type

string

Unicast

"IP address types as defined in Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).
(A) Anycast - One to the closest
(U) Unicast - One to one
(M) Multicast - One to multiple
(B) Broadcast - One to all"

ip_category

string

IAB19-18

The domain category code based on IAB Tech Lab Content Taxonomy.

ip_category_name

string

Internet Technology

The domain category based on IAB Tech Lab Content Taxonomy. These categories are comprised of Tier-1 and Tier-2 (if available) level categories widely used in services like advertising, Internet security and filtering appliances.

ip_city

string

Milano, Roma

The city associated to the IP address of the customer.

ip_proxy_type

string

TOR, VPN, PUB, ...

Type of proxy.

ip_anonymous_system_number

string

432

Autonomous system number (ASN).

ip_anonymous_system_name

string

598

Autonomous system (AS) name.

ip_threat

string

spam

Security threat reported
(SPAM) Email and forum spammers
(SCANNER) Network security scanners
(BOTNET) Malware infected devices"

ip_vpn_provider

string

Nord VPN

Name of VPN provider if available.

WEB & SOCIAL

Signal Name

Type

Examples

Description

social_msisdn

boolean

true, false

The mobile phone number of the user is found in a social network.

social_email

boolean

true, false

Indicates if email is associated to a social account (ie Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin..)

social_gender

string

M, F

The gender the user has declared on social networks.

social_first_name

string

Tony

The frist name of the user coming from a social network (linkedin, twitter).

social_last_name

string

Stark

The last name of the user coming from a social network (linkedin, twitter).

social_education

boolean

true, false

Dummy equal to true if the user has declared an education on social networks.

social_employment

boolean

true, false

Equal to true if the user has declared a profession on social networks.

social_has_linkedin

boolean

true, false

Indicates the user has an account on Linkedin.

web_linkedin_url

string

https://www.linkedin.com/in/tony-stark-37599389

User public page URL on Linkedin.

social_has_twitter

boolean

true, false

Equal to true if the user has twitter profile.

web_twitter_url

string

https://twitter.com/realtonystark

User public page on Twitter.

web_has_amazon

boolean

true, false

Equal to true if the user has an Amazon shopping account.

web_has_instagram

boolean

true, false

Equal to true if the user has an Instagram account.

web_has_airbnb

boolean

true, false

Equal to true if the user has an Airbnb account.

web_has_apple

boolean

true, false

Equal to true if the user has an Apple account.

social_city

string

Milan, Rome

Indicates the city declared by the user on social networks.

social_country

string

IT, UK

Indicates the country declared by the user on social networks.

COMPANY

Signal Name

Type

Examples

Description

company_city

string

Cupertino

The city of the company.

company_state

string

California

State of company headquarters.

company_website

string

www.example.com

The website of the company.

company_linkedin_url

string

https://www.linkedin.com/company/example/

The Linkedin url of the company.

company_phone

string

1-800-275-2273

The phone number provided by the company.

company_industry

string

Internet Software & Services

The industry/sector of the company.

company_employees

string

1750

Number of the employees.

company_street

string

2 May Park Way

Street name of the company headquarter.

company_country

string

US

Country name of the company headquarter.

company_zip

string

95014

Zip code of the company headquarter.

company_founded_year

number

2014

Year company was founded.

company_total_funding

number

365000000

Total amount of funding raised by company.

company_annual_revenue

number

€50M-€100M

Our proprietary estimated annual revenue range for company.

BROWSER INTERACTION

Signal Name

Type

Examples

Description

interaction_first_name_uppercase

boolean

true, false

User has filled the form with all uppercase characters.

interaction_first_name_lowercase

boolean

true, false

User has filled the form with all lowercase characters.

interaction_last_name_uppercase

boolean

true, false

User has filled the form with all uppercase characters.

interaction_last_name_lowercase

boolean

true, false

User has filled the form with all lowercase characters.

browser_do_not_track

boolean

true, false

The browser is requesting to websites not to collect or track browsing data. It's turned off by default.

browser_language

string

it_IT, en_EN

The language installed on the browser in ISO 639-1 code.

browser_name

string

Chrome, Firefox

The name or type of the browser on the device. This property is dynamically populated at run time.

browser_name

string

EdgeHTML

The name or type of the browser rendering engine used by the browser. Please see the complete list of predefined property values. This property is dynamically populated at run time.

browser_timezone

string

CET, UTC, ...

The timezone configured on the browser of the user

browser_user_agent

string

Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_11_6) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/86.0.4240.198 Safari/537.36

The User-Agent (UA) contained in the HTTP headers used to identify the device accessing your web page.

browser_version

string

86, 23

The browser version on the device. This property is dynamically populated at run time.

browser_request_time

string

morning, afternoon, evening, night

Time of the day the user is requesting your service.

browser_request_channel

string

paid search, organic, social

The traffic source through which the user comes to your website.

browser_css_animations

boolean

true, false

The browser supports CSS animations.

browser_css_columns

boolean

true, false

The browser supports CSS columns.

browser_css_transforms

boolean

true, false

The browser supports CSS transforms.

browser_css_transitions

boolean

true, false

The browser supports CSS transitions.

browser_html_audio

boolean

true, false

The browser supports the audio HTML tag.

browser_html_canvas

boolean

true, false

The browser supports the canvas element.

browser_html_inlinesvg

boolean

true, false

The browser supports inline SVG.

browser_html_svg

boolean

true, false

The browser supports SVG.

browser_html_video

boolean

true, false

The browser supports the video HTML tag.

browser_https

boolean

true, false

The web browser supports the SSL protocol. Support of different certificate authorities is independent from the ability of supporting SSL. Verify that a page protected with SSL is displayed properly.

browser_js_application_cache

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Application Cache.

browser_js_device_motion

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Device Motion event.

browser_js_device_orientation

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Device Orientation.

browser_js_geo_location

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Geo Location.

browser_js_indexed_db

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports indexedDB.

browser_js_json

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports JSON objects.

browser_js_local_storage

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Local Storage.

browser_js_modify_css

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports modifying CSS elements.

browser_js_modify_dom

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports modifying DOM elements.

browser_js_query_selector

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports the Query Selector.

browser_js_session_storage

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Session Storage.

browser_js_support_basic_java_script

boolean

true, false

The browser has some level of JavaScript support, typically Alert, Confirm, setInterval, setTimeout.

browser_js_support_console_log

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports console.log().

browser_js_support_event_listener

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Event Listeners.

browser_js_support_events

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Events.

browser_js_touch_events

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Touch events.

browser_js_web_gl

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports Web GL.

browser_js_web_sockets

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports the Web Sockets API.

browser_js_web_sql_database

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports the Web SQL Database API.

browser_js_web_workers

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports the Web Workers API.

browser_js_xhr

boolean

true, false

The browser's JavaScript engine supports XMLHttpRequest.


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