Web 4.10.2

June 7, 2023 – Security and mailbox updates


The idea of challenging hackers to discover flaws in our software may seem perplexing, but it’s actually one of the most effective ways to strengthen an IT system’s security–a priority for us! Those who actively search for these vulnerabilities to improve computer system security are known as white hat hackers. Following a bug bounty campaign conducted in collaboration with the City of Paris, we are systematically addressing the security enhancements identified by these hackers.

Other security measures have been taken as part of this version.


In a highly anticipated update to the Mailbox, you can now write an email by adding recipients solely in the CC or BCC fields. No need to enter a recipient in the main To field to use the CC or BCC fields anymore!

[For local admins only] To enhance your account’s security, the email notification you receive when logging in from a new device now allows you to swiftly take action to change your password. With one click, you will be redirected to the platform so you can change it. We also took the opportunity to revamp this email:

Finally, for Spanish-speaking users, we simplified the texts in Spanish.