Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

On behalf of the entire rotate4all.com team, we wish you happiness, peace and success. Thank you dear users, for the support, for the HUGE amount of traffic, and of course we also thank the cheaters for the challenges which we gladly accepted every time. Next year brings a lot of changes to our program along with several new features currently being tested in the background.Have a joyous Christmas celebration and an upcoming, even better, HAPPY NEW YEAR!

SURF module abusers 2018-11-01 07:40:47

SURF module abusers

In the past couple of days we have noticed a significant increase in the amount of abuse within our SURF module, mainly consisting in automation tools, script & adblockers. During this period alone we've detected more than 300 users to have used various automation tools, script & adblockers.While some were banned on the spot, others were placed on our internal blacklist. Needless to say, blacklisted users will only get to know they've been blacklisted once they manage to request their ...

Real-time proxy/vpn detection is now live

Many sites where our users are currently promoting their links (PTC, TE etc.) have continuously failed to employ proper measures against cheaters who most commonly use proxy/vpn for their auto-clicker scripts while creating multiple accounts with the sole purpose of defrauding said site owners. This basically yields "zombie-traffic" which causes more harm than good, especially for advertisers.As hinted in the previous announcement, Today we have implemented a 3rd party real-time proxy/vpn detection system, which uses a modern system built around ...

PTP module fully accepting mobile traffic

Today we have rolled out a much-awaited feature: accepting all mobile traffic within our PTP module.In order for this to work, we have lowered the browser/frame size requirement to 700x320 pixels AND also included the ability to detect the device orientation (portrait or landscape) thus accurately checking the requirements for mobile devices as well.So what's the catch? What's the compromise? Absolutely none. The same rates apply for all traffic regardless if it's mobile or of desktop origin. We estimate this ...

EV SSL certificate acquired, further updates

While we were using a standard SSL certificate on our site for a long time now (since 2014) we felt that we should add another layer of trust to our company's name, so we have submitted our paperwork and applied for an EV SSL certificate from Comodo.After a lengthy verification process we finally got approved and got issued a new EV SSL certificate for our domain, as shown in your browser's address bar:So what does this mean for our users? ...

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