minFraud Release Notes
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More networks mapped to London boroughsJune 6, 2023
When a network geolocates to London, we will often return the borough for the city, rather than returning London. Beginning this Friday, June 9, we will be mapping more networks to London boroughs.
This change will apply to all products and services with city-level geolocation data:
- GeoIP City database
- GeoIP City Plus web service
- GeoIP Insights web service
- GeoIP Enterprise database
- minFraud Insights web service
- minFraud Factors web service
- GeoLite City web service
- GeoLite City database
minFraud Transactions searchable by email domainMay 30, 2023
We have updated the minFraud Transactions interface in the account portal to allow users to search for and filter transactions by email domain.
Learn how to search and filter minFraud Transactions through the account portal on our Knowledge Base.
minFraud Alerts will be restoredMay 15, 2023
We are aware of an issue in which some minFraud Alerts were not being sent or were delayed.
We expect to restore full functionality to minFraud Alerts by the end of the day.
Improvements to minFraud InteractiveMarch 29, 2023
We have made a number of improvements to the user interface for minFraud Interactive, the interface used to view minFraud transactions through your account portal.
The functionality of the interface is not changed, but some of the features now appear in a different place on the screen, and the transaction information is now displayed differently.
Learn how to navigate the new interface on our Knowledge Base.
Velocity Checking on User IDMarch 21, 2023
We have enabled velocity tracking on the
account/user_id input for all
If you send a user ID associated with your transactions, minFraud will now factor the velocity of the user's transactions into the risk score.
account/user_id input allows you to pass a unique identifier for each of
your users so that the minFraud service can group transactions by user in order
to identify fraud signals attached to specific users.
Learn more about the
account/user_id input on our Developer Portal.
New License Key FormatMarch 16, 2023
We have updated the format of our license keys. New license keys will be longer, with a six character prefix.
The new license keys can be used in all current versions of our Client APIs and in version 3.1.1 and higher of our GeoIP Update program.
No action is required for minFraud users. Existing license keys will still be valid and will continue to function normally.
New license keys will have the following changes:
- The character set is changing from
- The length of the license key will now be 40 characters.
- License keys will have a
Please note that the length of license keys may be increased in the future.
This page was last updated on June 6, 2023.