Release notes

The release notes describe new features, enhancements, and fixes for the ReachFive platform. The latest release notes are found below. For previous releases, check out the sidebar.

The releases in the sidebar are for 2020. For older releases, see the Release Archives.

14 September 2020 (v2.40)



  • ReachFive now supports FIDO2 flows on the Android SDK

    • Add a device to your user account

    • Login to your account with the registered device

For more information, please refer to our FIDO2 guide.

User suspension

  • The password_reset parameter is now deprecated and replaced by allow_password_reset on the /api/v2/users/suspend endpoint:

    • If this parameter is set to true the user is temporarily suspended. He will receive a suspension email with a password reset link to unlock his account and he will also be able to unlock it with a password reset.

    • If this parameter is set to false the user is definitely suspended. He will not be able to unlock his account, the only possibility to unlock it is by calling the /api/v2/users/unsuspend endpoint.

  • You can now directly suspend and unsuspend a user on the ReachFive Console:

    manage suspend user from console

    For more information, please read this page.

Authentication without redirection

  • It is now possible to complete an authentication without having to redirect the user with the Core JS SDK.

    A new parameter useWebMessage will leverage the web_message response mode when set to true in order to avoid having to redirect the user-agent to obtain the authorization response.

    The redirection remains active by default on the Core JS SDK.

Removed features

  • The Terms of service are deprecated and are not supported any more, please refer to consents instead.


  • Fixed email templates update, in some cases the update didn’t work because the payload was too large.

  • Fixed ID output in the mobile SDK, the ID wasn’t available in the response.

  • Fixed space trimming in the ReachFive Console