Netverify Release

The latest release offers added functionality as listed below, greater stability for end users and there are a few new items to be taken into account for implementing Netverify:

  • Camellia cipher is deprecated, and will be deactivated by end of August
  • Added constraints for success, error and callback URLs
  • Added/updated allowed characters for Netverify redirect domain name prefix (e.g. numerics 0-9)
  • Added US social security card to supported documents for Netverify Multi Document
  • Updated supported cipher suites during SSL handshake
  • Corrected max. length of parameter “code” for supportedDocumentTypes API

The Implementation Guide and further details can be found at the following links:

As always, if you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Jumio Customer Service at or We will be happy to help.

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