Seema Ezoic analytics is more accurate than Google as Ezoic tracks data at the DNS level rather than firing from a script. As I mentioned earlier: . Your best bet would be to increase the security level in your Cloudflare dashboard and to take a closer look at the analytics of the bot traffic. From there you could block out specific bot IPs from accessing your site in the future: https://developers.cloudflare.com/waf/tools/ip-access-rules/_
Also, you might just want to see if the traffic drops off in the next day or two and if it does then you should be good to go and there'll be no need to implement any kind of security protocols in Cloudflare.
There's nothing we can do to block the traffic out, you might also reach out to your host for assistance on blocking out the bot traffic too 🙂