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Last update: 9th of November 2022
9th of November 2022
Corrected an issue where users wouldn't receive daily query overage notices if a burst token was active.
3rd of November 2022
Added a usage bar below the queries today menu item to make it easier for users to visualise their daily usage as a percentage. Altered the queries today and queries total counts to round to the nearest thousand, million, billion. This will greatly assist customers with very large query usage. Corrected the behaviour of the pre-load population of total queries display which would show 1 instead of the real total queries due to a formatting problem.
1st of November 2022
Added colored borders to control panes within the CORS, Custom Rules and Custom List tabs when using our light theme for added contrast.
27th of October 2022
Corrected an issue where your dark/light theme preference would be forgotten after your session expired on Gecko derived browsers (Firefox etc) Fixed an issue with custom lists where by certain characters would display incorrectly due to a character encoding issue.
17th of October 2022
Added support for postcodes to the API, as a result the Custom Rules feature was updated to allow for Postcode use as an API provided value in conditions and as output variables.
11th of October 2022
Corrected a datalist issue that could allow for mismatched custom list suggestions within the custom rule value boxes.
17th of September 2022
Added the ability to choose when your previous API key is revoked when generating a new API key, allowing for uninterrupted service availability during key changes. Altered the generate a new API key and close account buttons to have improved confirmation controls which will make it harder to perform unintended account actions. The dashboard usage API endpoint now shows if a burst token is currently active or not.
12th of September 2022
Added a new way to pay for service using many varieties of Cryptocoin, the new tab is available under Paid Options. Remade the PayPal payment tab to make it easier to read at a glance with labelled sub-sections.
9th of September 2022
Added a new sign out section to the bottom left of the dashboard which lets you sign out of your account on all your currently signed in computers/browsers in addition to the one you're currently using.

The sign out everywhere button will only appear if you're signed in on multiple devices/browsers.
Improved the readability of the set-password prompt on our dark mode website theme. Updated the icons used on the dashboard and throughout the site to the latest FontAwesome Pro icon set. Improved the security of login sessions by reducing their expiry time from 1-year to 6-months. Session tokens now expire server-side (after 6 months) in addition to client-side and every new login generates a unique session token. When manually signing out of your account the token associated with your session is now erased server-side and not just client-side. Improved the initial loading time of the dashboard and the loading speed of the positive detection log when paging through entries.
4th of September 2022
Corrected a Dashboard email change bug that would allow for multiple accounts to have the same email address.
3rd of September 2022
Corrected a Dashboard caching issue that allowed the browser to store a cached version of the page even after logging out.
31st of August 2022
Added support for Time Zones to the API. The custom rule feature has also been updated to support the use of Time Zones in conditions.
11th of August 2022
Added API request limits to the dashboard API's, 1 to 2 requests per second are enforced for users who regularly make a lot of requests per minute. Improved the reliability of the daily query usage display at the top of the dashboard.
9th of August 2022
Corrected an issue where some customers may have their daily query usage statistics cease to update.
21st of July 2022
Corrected an XSS vulnerability with the global back button across the majority of our webpages.