Statistical Keystroke Synthesis for Improved Bot Detection

This work proposes two statistical approaches for the synthesis of keystroke biometric data based on Universal and User-dependent Models. Both approaches are validated on the bot detection task, using the keystroke synthetic data to better train the systems. Our experiments include a dataset with 136 million keystroke events from 168,000 subjects. We have analyzed the performance of the two synthesis approaches through qualitative and quantitative experiments. Different bot detectors are considered based on two supervised classifiers (Support Vector Machine and Long Short-Term Memory network) and a learning framework including human and generated samples. Our results prove that the proposed statistical approaches are able to generate realistic human-like synthetic keystroke samples. Also, the classification results suggest that in scenarios with large labeled data, these synthetic samples can be detected with high accuracy. However, in few-shot learning scenarios it represents an important challenge.

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