FraudSensor Detected Fields

HUMAN’s detection tag collects signals for a variety of fields relevant to your FraudSensor data. You can view data from these fields in the HUMAN Dashboard alongside your own client-defined fields.

Note: Registered top domains are obtained from Mozilla’s Public Suffix List initiative.

HREF Domain: The domain of the page or iframe where HUMAN’s detection tag was attached. 

Top HREF Domain: The registered top domain of the page or iframe where HUMAN’s detection tag was attached.

Referring Domain: The domain of the page from which the user was referred.

Top Referring Domain: The registered top domain of the page from which the user was attached.

True Domain: The domain of the page where HUMAN’s detection tag was attached. If HUMAN’s detection tag was attached inside an iframe, this field may not be populated.

Top True Domain: The registered top domain of the page where HUMAN’s detection tag was attached. If HUMAN’s detection tag was attached inside an iframe, this field may not be populated.

Page: The full URL of the page or iframe where HUMAN’s detection tag was attached. Any query parameters (such as UTM codes or search terms) will be stripped from the original URL. 

Domain Mismatch: A Boolean value that, when true, indicates a mismatch between the intended domain (the di parameter passed through HUMAN’s detection tag) and true domain.

Platform Type: The type of platform where the detection event occurred (e.g., desktop, mobile, or CTV).

Environment: The type of environment where the detection event occurred (e.g., desktop, mobile web, mobile app, or CTV).

Deployment Type: The type of detection tag associated with the detection event.