Version 1.18 of the WASPA application block list (a text file) is attached
to this message.
Just as a reminder:
- WASPA's Code requires that members block the listed applications.
- The most recent list of blocked applications can be retrieved
automatically using the WASPA system API. If you would like more information
about the API, please send email@example.com a note with "WASPA API"
in the subject line.
- If you want to report potentially harmful services and applications, you
can do so entirely anonymously here:
The version 2.1 of WASPA's Fraud Detection and Mitigation best practices document was published on the 8th November 2017. A copy has been attached to this message.
Please note the important amendment agreed during the Code of Conduct workshop held on 2017-11-03, which is the requirement for members to implement an effective fraud detection and prevention solution across all networks. An implementation period of seven days was agreed during the workshop, which means that members need to have a solution in place by 2017-11-15. This requirement means that the suspect application list will no longer be maintained or updated.
If you need any help implementing the measures in the best practices document, or if you have additional suggestions for steps members can take to better protect consumers from fraud, please contact WASPA's Fraud Prevention Task Team (firstname.lastname@example.org). The best practices document is updated regularly.