At a glance: Identify and protect against unauthorized access to your AppsFlyer account using the Audit log. View and download a summary of security-related activity in your account.
In order to protect the security of your AppsFlyer account, it is advisable to periodically review who is accessing your account and how it is being accessed. The Audit log provides a central location to review the following types of activity in your account:
- System access (user logins, login attempts, and logouts)
- Changes to User management settings (add, edit, or delete users)
- API calls (accessing services)
- Integrated partner permissions (turning on/off, modifying permissions)
- Validation rules (creating, updating, deleting validation rules)
- Allowlists (API allowlist and Redirect allowlist activities)
- My apps (adding, updating, and removing apps)
- Audiences (creating, updating, splitting audiences)
- Incrementality for retargeting (creating, updating, deleting experiments)
- Incrementality for UA (creating, ending, deleting experiments)
Audit log data is available for the past 90 days.
To access the Audit log:
- From the menu bar, access the user menu (email address drop-down).
- Select Security center.
- In the Audit log section, click View audit log.
Using the Audit log
A description of the data provided by the audit log and a summary of its capabilities are provided in the table below.
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Filter the displayed data to focus only on what you want to see:
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Each entry in the the audit log includes the following data:
Click the download button to download the audit log as a CSV file.
Why does an advertiser's audit log show partner API call requests?
When a partner makes an API request on an app owned by an advertiser, both the partner and the advertiser see the request in their audit log.
When an advertiser makes an API request using their own token, it will only show in the advertiser's audit log.