In the coming months, we will be retiring the following:
TLS v1.0 and 1.1 support across MaxMind products and services (October 16, 2019);
Unencrypted HTTP requests to our legacy minFraud services (October 16, 2019); and
The legacy minFraud service SOAP API (January 31, 2020).
Read on below for more information. MaxMind is deeply committed to information security and protecting customer data, and taking these steps will allow us to ensure your data is as safe and secure as possible. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
MaxMind and Dosh will be presenting at the Merchant Risk Council’s annual fraud prevention conference, MRC Vegas, on Tuesday, March 19, from 4:15pm – 5pm. Read on below for the details and what you’ll take away from the session.
Anonymous IP addresses (sometimes incorrectly generalized as “proxies”) serve to hide a web user’s true IP address and obfuscate their geolocation. There are legitimate reasons, usually related to privacy or security, to use anonymous IPs, but many businesses find that fraudsters and other bad actors also use anonymous IPs in malicious ways that affect the bottom line.