2018 Release Notes

Feature releases, updates, or changes to the Experience Cloud Identity Service for 2018.

Version 3.3

Item Description

Increased security for AMCV cookies

During an internal security scan, it was discovered that when using the DTM library, cookies used for session management fail to specify proper attributes. This could result in cookie information being inadvertently shared. To solve for this, we have introduced a configuration that allows the Customer to set the AMCV cookie as secure. See secureCookie.

Version 3.2

Item Description

Increased security for AMCV cookies

During an internal security scan, it was discovered that when using the DTM library, cookies used for session management fail to specify proper attributes. This could result in cookie information being inadvertently shared. To solve for this, we have introduced a configuration that allows the Customer to set the AMCV cookie as secure. See secureCookie.

Integration code and id must be numbers or non-empty strings

Fixed an issue with validating `setCustomerIDs` when data contains an integration `code` or `id` that is neither a number nor a non-empty string.

ECID JS is available in Public Git repo ECID JS is now available in Public Git repo for all Experience Cloud customers at https://github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/id-service/releases.

Version 3.1.2

Item Description

Unrealistic spike in the unique visitor count

With the release of Experience Cloud Identity Service 3.1.0, we found an issue that created an unrealistic spike in the unique visitor count when this version was implemented. This behavior is exhibited only with the latest version of ECID, v3.1.0, and if a user has selected the "Allow from current website only" option in the privacy settings of a Safari browser. Version 3.1.2 fixes this issue.

Version 3.1.0

NOTE

It is recommended that you upgrade from version 3.1.0 to the latest version at the earliest convenient time. See the version 3.1.2 description. The latest bundle is available within Adobe Experience Platform Launch, DTM, and AppMeasurement.

Item Description

Cookie set on incorrect domain

We fixed a bug where temp Visitor cookie was setting a cookie in the ‘default’ cookie domain instead of setting it in the domain provided in the config (initConfig).

Version 3.0

Item Description

Thread yielding for multiple ID sync requests

Iframe

For customers performing multiple ID syncs, due to continuous CPU computations happening, the UI gets blocked in some cases. We are introducing thread yielding to separate the ID sync requests by 100msec each.

This change will improve performance for customers using Visitor 2.3.0+ and DIL 6.10+.

Added the ability to disable third-party calls

JavaScript - 3.0.0

Adobe renamed the following configurations to allow for disabling third-party sync calls.

idSyncDisableSyncs to disableIdSyncs

idSyncDisable3rdPartySyncing to disableThirdPartyCookies

Internet Explorer support

The ID service no longer supports Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, and 9.

Update to getInstance documentation

Added a warning to the Visitor function about not instantiating this function with var visitor = new Visitor.

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