Global Layer B.V. - Fraud Risk

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Fraud Score: 50
We consider Global Layer B.V. to be a potentially medium fraud risk ISP, by which we mean that web traffic from this ISP potentially poses a medium risk of being fraudulent. Other types of traffic may pose a different risk or no risk. They operate 9,175 IP addresses, some of which are running anonymizing VPNs and servers. They manage IP addresses for organisations including Global Layer B.V., Global Layer B.V, and Packethub S.A. Scamalytics see low levels of web traffic from this ISP across our global network, some of which is, in our view, fraudulent. We apply a risk score of 50/100 to Global Layer B.V., meaning that of the web traffic where we have visibility, approximately 50% is suspected to be potentially fraudulent.
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IPs by Service

The percentage of Global Layer B.V. IP addresses which point to servers hosting high risk services:

Anonymizing VPN 2%
Tor Exit Node 0%
Server 1%
Public Proxy 0%
Web Proxy 0%

Percentage IPs by Country

The percentage of Global Layer B.V. IP addresses which fall under each country:

Netherlands 92%
Belgium 6%
India 3%

Percentage IPs by Organisation

The percentage of Global Layer B.V. IP addresses which fall under each organization for whom they manage IPs:

Global Layer B.V. 46%
Global Layer B.V 15%
Packethub S.A 11%
Channelnet 6%
NordVPN 6%
CDN GL Amsterdam 3%
CDN Unlimited Limited 3%
DirectWebH CORP 3%
Shine Servers LLP 3%
Whitelabel 3%
Lidvps 1%
Yakka Technology 1%

IPs by Fraud Score

The highest risk Global Layer B.V. IP addresses based on our fraud score:


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IMPORTANT: Scamalytics Ltd operate a fraud-detection network with visibility into many millions of internet users per month. We do not have visibility into the entire internet. The statements on this page represent our opinion based on the limited information we have available to us, and specifically only cover web connections made by internet users to websites and applications, not other connections such as server to server connections.