πŸ”” New feature alert! Quick Filters allow you to quickly see fraudulent account activity in the last 30 days -- specifically, Account Sharing, Account Takeover, Credential Stuffing, Impossible Travel, Multiple Accounts, and Outlier Account.

πŸ’œ We're always looking to improve your experience. We also made a few UI improvements for design consistency.

  1. The Verosint app now consistently uses the MUI KeyboardArrowDown icon for all dropdown components.
  2. When adding filters to search for something in Explorer, selecting the Operator field only would dim the background of the entire page...so we removed that effect. 😁

πŸ’œ We're always looking to improve your experience. The Verosint team has been busy shipping improvements and bug fixes to the Account Intelligence pages!

  1. We adjusted the color of the First, Second, and Third filters in the Connections tile so you could easily tell which one you're looking at

    First, Second, and Third level Connections are different filter colors, making it easy for you to distinguish

    First, Second, and Third level Connections are different filter colors, making it easy for you to distinguish

  2. We take design consistency very seriously here at Verosint, so that you can easily take in the information you see on any given page. To that end, we updated our Rule Evaluations tile so that it's paginated. πŸ’œ

    Paginated Rule Evaluations tile makes it easier for you to quickly take in information

    Paginated Rule Evaluations tile makes it easier for you to quickly take in information

  3. πŸ”¨ We fixed a bug that occurred when switching between workspaces. If you are looking at a specific Account Intelligence page and then switch to a different workspace, you'll now land on the Accounts page (instead of getting an error).

  4. πŸ”¨ All of Verosint's empty state copy is grey-colored font. We updated our "No signals found" empty state message in the Account Intelligence pages to do that too.

πŸ”” New feature alert! Curious about a specific account? Account Intelligence provides a detailed snapshot of insights so that you can learn everything you need to know about an account in your workspace.

Account Intelligence lets you learn everything you need to know about an account in your workspace

Account Intelligence tells you everything you need to know about an account in your workspace

πŸ’œ We're always looking to improve your experience.

  1. Now when you click "Show in Explorer" from a specific AI Insight, we filter out the "Rule Set Evaluated" event type so you have no distractions and can quickly validate the info you're looking for. πŸŽ‰

    "Show in Explorer" shows you exactly what you need in Explorer

    "Show in Explorer" shows you exactly what you need in Explorer

  2. It may seem like a minor change, but we here at Verosint are all about consistent design so that it's easier for you to quickly make sense of what you're looking at.

We had some "design debt" in the Explorer side panels:

  • The IP side panel showed a sub-header called IP Signals
  • The Email side panel showed no sub-header title 😢
  • The Phone side panel also showed no sub-header title 😢

Now every side panel has the same sub-header title: Signals so it's crystal clear what you're looking at.

πŸ’œ We're always looking to improve your experience.

  1. We updated our Breached signal to return true if the email was breached at least once in the last 2 years.

  2. In Explorer, the autosuggest on the search filters was only displaying 10 results (when there could be so many more!). We've bumped that up to 50 results, making it easier to find the signal you want to search by. πŸ˜‰

    Autosuggest provides up to 50 results for you to choose from!

    Autosuggest provides up to 50 results for you to choose from!

πŸ”¨ We want to provide the best experience, so we're constantly fixing up the Verosint application.

We realized the User Agent Bot signal was not showing up in the UI! πŸ™€ That's fixed now thanks to our whiz-kid college intern. πŸ’»

πŸ”” New feature alert! The Anomaly Score helps you determine if an account is behaving normally or not based on prior account activity.

Here's a metaphor to explain that one: if you saw a guy wearing a blue t-shirt and jeans every day for a month, you'd expect him to come in tomorrow wearing a blue t-shirt πŸ‘• and jeans πŸ‘–. Tomorrow comes around and instead, the guy is wearing a red t-shirt πŸ”΄ and jeans πŸ‘–. Can you be sure it's the same guy or not?

In a similar way, the Anomaly Score looks at past event history for a given account, and then determines if future events for that account are normal (score = 0) or unusual (score = 100). In fact, an Anomaly Score β‰₯ 75 indicates highly unusual activity that's worth digging deeper into -- and generates the Anomalous Event signal in Explorer.

Anomaly Score in Explorer

Anomaly Score in Explorer

πŸ”” New features alert! We added 3️⃣ new IP signals to help discover and prevent platform risks in a more precise and nuanced way, so you can keep out fraudsters and streamline the experience for actual customers. These signals are available to use in Explorer and Rules.

Autonomous systems (ASN) can have very wide range of IP address pool sizes, ranging from the thousands to over tens of millions. Risk assessment based only on the number of ASNs can be misleading, and factoring in the size of the IP address pool can help you detect and prevent risky behavior in a more nuanced way.

  • ip.asnInfo.size and ip.network.size show in "t-shirt size" form the number of available IP addresses in the ASN or network associated with the IP identifier.
    • X-Small: <256 IP addresses
    • Small: Between 256 and 4,096
    • Medium: Between 4,096 and 64K
    • Large: Between 64K and 1M
    • X-Large: Between 1M and 16M
    • 2X-Large: > 16M IP
  • ip.network.cidr stores the network address associated with the IP identifier in Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) format (e.g. 193.6.32.110/24). Each ASN is composed of one or more networks. Having this signal provides a more granular grouping of IP addresses.

πŸ”” New features alert! We added 4 new signals that make it easier to detect and prevent fraud.

  1. Credential Stuffing: Indicates that the ASN or IP address of an event is currently attempting to access multiple accounts at an unnatural speed
  2. Account Takeover: Indicates that the account has been accessed through unusual activity
  3. Outlier Account: Indicates unusual activity relative to other accounts in this workspace
  4. Anomalous Event: Verosint provides an Anomaly Score (0 to 100) for each event in your workspace. For a given account, an Anomaly Score β‰₯ 75 indicates highly unusual activity relative to the account’s history -- and is labeled an Anomalous Event.
Example of an **Outlier Account** in the Verosint Demo workspace

Example of an Outlier Account in the Verosint Demo workspace

  1. Do you want to add or remove identifiers to your lists using an existing tool or integration on your platform? Our Lists API now has public endpoints for adding or removing users so you can do just that!
    Here's how (API Reference):

πŸ”¨ We want to provide the best experience, so we're constantly fixing up the Verosint application.

We fixed a bug that prevented you from pulling up the Event Details side panel for any event older than 30 days in Explorer. Onwards and upwards!

πŸ””New feature alert!

  1. Archiving insights is now available so you can focus on the ones you care about. πŸ˜‰Here's how it works:
  • You can archive Unusual Activity insights. Workspace Trends insights automatically disappear when the trend no longer occurs.
  • Once you've archived an insight, it's accessible to you in the "Archived" view for 30 days. After 30 days, the archived insight will disappear from the "Archived" view.
  • Unusual Activity insights will automatically be archived 15 days after they occurred. You can undo archive if you want to keep the insight around for longer. πŸ˜‰
Archive insights to focus on the ones you care about!

Archive insights to focus on the ones you care about!

  1. Send Custom Event Data: You can send us custom data that we'll display in Explorer so you have more intel to discover potential fraud quickly! Learn more about Sending Custom Event Data
Examples of custom event data you can send and see in the Event Details side panel in Explorer

Examples of custom event data you can send and see in the Event Details side panel in Explorer