Added new security-related headers to UX HTTP responses to improve security and prevent XSS attacks.
User passwords can now be changed successfully if password complexity requirements are enabled.
The External ID field can now be included in BI reports.
Improved the way media assets and formats are uploaded so that there is a continuous availability of the file in question. Previously, it was possible for an updated file to be unavailable for up to a few seconds.
Rubicon placements can now be classified as web, mobile app, or video. This controls which fields are provided to Rubicon in bid requests.
Advertiser category names now must follow the same naming rules as tag values.
Proxy and VPN connections can now be geotargeted using the geo_proxy_type and geo_proxy_description tags. These connections are identified by IP address using definitions provided by Digital Element similar to existing geotargeting.
The Performance report can now be broken by area or day in XLSX and CSV outputs.