In our website API, operations are authorized with the so-called API keys. A key is a set of authorization information other than your account login and password. Thanks to this, you no longer have to enter your password in every API command sent, which increases the security of your account.
For each API key, you can set a list of operations that can be performed with it and the list can be modified at any time. If your API key gets into the wrong hands, you can deactivate it with one click.
In order to make the existing API scripts work, authorization by the previous method (email address and password) will be possible for some time after a new version of the website is launched. However, we recommend that you rewrite your API scripts as soon as possible, as this option will soon be disabled. The change requires only that you replace authorization data sent in the API request.