We have added a new permission category for the Standard User type. The Product/Service permission grants a Standard User access to product and service related functionality in the account portal without having access to user management and billing functionality. For more information, consult our Multi-User Account Access Guide.
The minFraud Score, Insights, and Factors client APIs now support sending transaction feedback to our Report Transaction endpoint. This will allow you to more easily report fraud, suspected fraud, spam/abuse, and false positives to improve scoring. You can find more details on using this functionality in the documentation for the specific client API you use.
We’ve updated our Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) implementation to the FIDO2 standard, which supports more web browsers and more types of security keys (e.g. supported biometrics keys). See our Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) User Guide for more information.
On January 31, 2020, we discontinued our legacy IIN (BIN) API in order to focus development and maintenance efforts on our core services. The affected endpoint is
We continue to support the IIN (BIN) manual look-up form on our website [login required].
You can now filter by license key when viewing the query usage report [login required] in your account portal.
We retired support for TLS v1.0/v1.1 and unencrypted HTTP requests to minFraud services today, as part of our commitment to securing and protecting your data. Please ensure you are using TLS v1.2+ to connect to MaxMind services.
static_ip_score– An indicator of how static or dynamic an IP address is. The value ranges from 0 to 99.99 with higher values meaning a greater static association. For example, many IPs with a
cellularhave a score under one. Static Cable/DSL IPs typically have a score above thirty.
This indicator can be useful for deciding whether an IP address represents the same user over time.
static_ip_score output is present in the
This is a reminder that we are retiring support for requests using TLS 1.0/1.1, and unencrypted HTTP requests to MaxMind minFraud services on October 16, 2019. After October 16, 2019, these types of requests will always fail with an error. Please update to TLS 1.2+ to avoid service disruption. You may need to upgrade your technology stack to a later version, or make code changes to do so.
Contact us for support or if you have questions.
You can now view a log of your MaxMind account activity, which includes a time stamp, requester, and subject, for the each of the following actions:
- Creation of a new user
- Deactivation of a user
- User password changes
- Email address / username changes
Account administrators can see activity across the whole account, while non-administrators will only see their own activity. You can find the account activity log in your account portal under ‘Account Information’ or here [login required].