Blocker V2

Here is an example API documentation for the endpoint used for checking visitors status.

REQUEST

Endpoint

https://stopbot.net/api/v2/blockerv2?apikey={APIKEY}&ip={IP}&ua={url-encode-useragent}&url={url-encode-url}&confname={config-name}&params={url-encode-params}&headers={url-encode-params}

Method

GET

Parameters

  • apikey (string, required): The API key provided to the user.
  • ip (string, required): The IP address of the visitor.
  • ua (string, required): The useragent used by the visitor.
  • url (string, required): The URL opened by the visitor, REQUEST_URI from your Website/Apps).
  • confname (string, required): The configuration name obtained from STOPBOT.NET Blocker V2.
  • params (string, required): The parameters are received from your Website/Apps and converted the parameter array into JSON.
  • headers (string, required): The headers are received from your Website/Apps and converted the headers array into JSON.

Example Request

curl "https://stopbot.net/api/v2/blockerv2?apikey=6ba6cb9406efaag4966d2e858c8ba4e4&ip=1.1.1.1&ua=Mozilla%2F5.0%20%28Windows%20NT%2010.0%3B%20Win64%3B%20x64%29%20AppleWebKit%2F537.36%20%28KHTML%2C%20like%20Gecko%29%20Chrome%2F118.0.0.0%20Safari%2F537.36&url=https%3A%2F%2Fstopbot.net%2Fasdasdasd%2Fasdasdasdasdav2&confname=adakami&params=%7B%22paramskey1%22%3A%20%22value1%22%2C%22paramskey2%22%3A%20%22value2%22%7D&headers=%7B%22headerskey1%22%3A%20%22value1%22%2C%22headerskey2%22%3A%20%22value2%22%7D"

Example Response

Success Response

If the HTTP response is 200 (success response), it will generate the following response:
{
"IP": "1.1.1.1",
"UserAgent": "Mozilla\/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit\/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome\/118.0.0.0 Safari\/537.36",
"IPInfo": {
"hostname": "one.one.one.one",
"asn": "AS13335",
"company": "Cloudflare, Inc.",
"isp": "Cloudflare, Inc.",
"city": "Marble Bar",
"district": "East Pilbara",
"region": "Western Australia",
"postcode": "",
"country": "AU",
"latitude": -20.5,
"longitude": 120.15,
"timezone": "Australia/Perth"
},
"Status": {
"Bot": 1,
"Block": 1,
"ThreatURL": 0,
"Desc": "[Disallow] - IP Non-ISP"
},
"PageResponse": {
"Type": "RedirectURL",
"Contents": "https://stopbot.net/bot"
},
"status": "success",
"timeResponse": "2023-10-31 19:28:50"
}

Description on successful response

  • IP: The visitor's IP address.
  • UA: The useragent used by the visitor.
  • IPInfo: Information about the visitor's IP.
    • hostname: The visitor's hostname.
    • asn: The Autonomous System Number (ASN) that identifies the internet service provider.
    • company: The company associated with the visitor's IP.
    • isp: The Internet Service Provider (ISP) name.
    • city: The city where the visitor is located.
    • district: The district or area associated with the IP address.
    • region: The region where the visitor is located.
    • postcode: The postal code associated with the IP address.
    • country: The country where the visitor is located.
    • latitude: The latitude coordinate of the IP address location.
    • longitude: The longitude coordinate of the IP address location.
    • timezone: The timezone of the IP address location.
  • Status: Information about the visitor's IP status.
    • Bot: Indicates whether the visitor is a bot (1) or not (0).
    • Block: Indicates whether access is blocked (1) or not (0).
    • ThreatURL: Indicating whether the visitor is performing suspicious actions on your URL, result true (1) or false (0).
    • Desc: Description status.
  • PageResponse: Information about the response page.
    • Type: indicates that the response type is :
      • None : Stay on Page.
      • RedirectURL : It's a signal that you should redirect the request to a specific URL provided in the Contents field as a way to mitigate or handle bot-related activity.
      • HTTPStatusCode : HTTP status codes are standardized codes used by web servers to indicate the outcome of an HTTP request. The Contents field specifies the specific HTTP status code returned in response to your visitor request. (ex: Contents 404 and and the HTTP response status code 404 Not Found was returned to indicate this, click here for HTTPS Response status code details.)
    • Contents: Response contents.
  • status: Indicates the success or failure of the request.
  • timeResponse: Date and time when the response was sent.

Failed Response

If the HTTP response is 400 or 401 (failed response), it will generate the following response:
{
"status": "errors",
"message": "Your Configuration Name is not registered in our database.",
"timeResponse": "2023-10-31 19:28:50"
}

Description on failed response:

  • status: Response Status: The value is "errors" if the request fails.
  • message: Error message.
  • timeResponse: Date and time when the response was sent.