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Account Access Rules

KeyCDN offers the ability to add account access rules in order to restrict access based on IP address or network. This helps increase security by allowing only the users with the specific IP address or network defined in your settings to access your…

Enabling Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication helps improve account security by requiring the user to provide two forms of authentication in order to log in. This increases the difficulty for an attacker to compromise an account since even if they obtain a password they…

Account Notifications

Account notifications can be enabled through the KeyCDN dashboard to alert the account owner of successful login or an Origin URL change. The login notification sends an email to the account owner with information such as the username, login time…

KeyCDN Log Forwarding

The raw logs can be received through syslog. Here's how to configure Log Forwarding syslog to receive your raw logs in real time: Log in to the KeyCDN dashboard. In the left navigation sidebar click Account and then Log Forwarding. Define the…

Credit System Explained

This guide will walk you through everything you need to know about KeyCDN's credit system. What is a KeyCDN credit? 1 KeyCDN credit equals 1 USD. KeyCDN credits can be used for a few different purposes. Most commonly, KeyCDN customers will purchase…

Invoicing

Keeping track of your invoices can be vital for both businesses and individuals. To receive your invoices you have a three different options, each of these are explained in more details below. 1. Automatic email invoicing If you want to receive…

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