Blog: November 2010
In addition to standard open and closed access models (and the Invitation Code access we announced last week), we’ve added Email Domain Validation. Store managers may now restrict registrations and access by email domain. This is a key feature for corporate customers that do not manage access by user but still want to restrict access to employees or other special groups by email domain. For more information and a full feature list, visit eBlox.com.
You asked us to provide new methods of accessing and registering at stores, so we’ve expanded your options. In addition to standard open and closed access models, we’ve added Invitation Code Registration. As an alternative to Group Landing Pages (which allow users to register and receive group privileges), you can now close off access to a store unless a user has an invitation code. The invitation code is required to access registration. Store managers have control over invitation codes. Find out more about storeBlox CS features at eBlox.com.
storeBlox CS now allows you to control password requirements on a store-by-store level. If your client requires strong passwords for security purposes, you can enable this option and users will be forced to create strong passwords when registering.
We’ve also added dynamic indication of password strength and matching to the registration form. These indicators change dynamically as the user types in their password.
While strong passwords are an option, we strongly (no pun intended) recommend that any customer who is concerned about security enable this option. More information on storeBlox CS can be found at eBlox.com.