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Webhook subscription IP

Hi all,

I have customers who are subscribed to our status page via webhooks. Some of them will monitor individual components of ours and automate switching to backup code in the event of a major outage.

The problem with this is that the endpoint for receiving these webhooks are exposed, so a malicious user could potentially abuse our customer's endpoints.

Is there an IP range for statuspage webhooks that our customers can add to an allowlist?

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Mark Campbell-Vincent
Atlassian Team
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Mar 16, 2021

Hi @Bryan Matias -


Our IP addresses are subject to change at any time, so it's not recommended to allowlist webhooks by IPs for now.

We do have a feature request for implementing security mechanisms in webhook notifications. There currently isn't an ETA on this request, but I will add this community post to the internal ticket and will update you accordingly.

Any updates on this?

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