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ActiveTrust TIDE – October 17, 2018


ActiveTrust TIDE data can now be requested through the API without headers and using a custom delimiter, or delimiters.

  • Data Request without Headers 
    TIDE data may now be requested without headers through the API. When requesting data without headers, the following values will not be returned: id, batch_id, class, detected, ip, url,hostname, property, threat_level, and header text.
  • Data Request using a Custom Delimiter
    A custom delimiter, or delimiters, may now be used when requesting TIDE data using the API. IPs, Hostnames, and Urls can all be retrieved using a custom delimiter.

ActiveTrust TIDE – July 10, 2018


ActiveTrust TIDE Metric Reports

The following additional information is now available when running ActiveTrust TIDE metric reports:

    • Dossier Report
      The Dossier Org Summary report and Dossier User Summary report will bring back the following additional information; Organization Name, Party Number, MDM Party ID, and Storage ID.  The Dossier Transactions report will bring back the following additional information: Organization Name.
    • Login Report
      The Login User Summary report and Login History report will bring back the following additional information; Organization Name

ActiveTrust TIDE – May 23, 2018

New Feature

  • Lookalike Domains
    This release of ActiveTrust TIDE supports the search for lookalike domains through TIDE API calls or the TIDE UI. Lookalike domains are domains that are found to be visually similar (look-alike) with other domains. These domains are composed using methods such as replacing letters with visually confusion ones (e.g. o to 0, l to 1, w to vv), switching to different top level domains (e.g. .com to .cc), among others. These domains are often found in cyber attacks seeking brandjacking, traffic redirection, and phishing.

ActiveTrust TIDE – May 1, 2018

New Feature

  • Organization Admin User Management
    A new OrgAdmin user management role is now available in ActiveTrust TIDE. The OrgAdmin role can create, edit, deactivate, and re-activate users within an organization. The OrgAdmin role can also reset other users’ passwords within the organization. With the introduction of the OrgAdmin user role, it is now possible for organizations to manage their own organization’s users in the way that best suits the needs of the organization.

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