Today, we're happy to launch a new, powerful feature in the Castle product: Lists! The goal with Castle is to help you both find, manage and stop fraud, and Lists will greatly help in all of those areas.
Today, we've introduced three new ways of matching strings in the available filter options: "contains", "start with" and "end with". This opens up a lot more flexibility when it comes to finding patterns, for example searching emails that end with "gmail.com", IPs that start with "1.1.1" or User Agent strings containing "Firefox"
Some time ago, Castle launched a dedicated bot score as well as account takeover score, in addition to the more general Castle score, which looks more broadly at abusive behaviors. These three scores have been available to search, filter and create policies on in the Castle Dashboard for some time now, and today we're making them all available in the Risk and Filter API responses.
Recently, we've updated the navigation menu to reflect our new design language, and today we're excited to continue that work by releasing an updated user profile view. In this post, we'll highlight some of the cool improvements
Today, we're launching an updated navigation bar in the Castle Dashboard in preparation of a series of upcoming feature releases, where the overarching goal is to have a more scalable design. With a vertical menu bar, we're allowing for more room and more customization as we're building out the Castle Dashboard to become the ultimate companion in your mission for finding and stopping fraud!
We're excited to announce that Castle has completed SOC (Service Organization Controls) 2 Type 2 attestation, which marks a big milestone in our continuous work of safeguarding your privacy and providing a secure foundation in your quest to eliminate fraud.
Today, we're launching a revamped filter bar in the Explore view, in order to both provide a more intuitive search experience as well as supporting more advanced queries by allowing AND and OR operators.
With Castle APIs you’re able to send custom properties both in the user traits section and in the general event properties section. This can provide useful business context such as which role the user is, which plan they are on, which organization they belong to etc.
Today we've launched the ability to add custom columns, based on any event field, in any group tab in the Explore view. Depending on the column type, you can now add e.g. min/max/average for numbers and unique value count for strings and enums. In addition to that, you can also see the most recent + top 20 values of the field.