Introducing Revive Adserver

The Free Open Source Ad Server formerly known as OpenX Source

About Revive Adserver

Revive Adserver is a free open source ad serving system that enables publishers, ad networks and advertisers to:

  • Serve ads on websites, in apps, and in video players, and collect detailed statistics about impressions, clicks and conversions
  • Manage campaigns for multiple advertisers and from ad networks all at once, via an easy to use interface
  • Define rules for delivery of campaigns and ads, including frequency capping, URL targeting, geo-targeting
  • Track and report campaign performance, including click-through rates, conversion rates, revenue, eCPM and conversion details, like basket value and number of items purchased
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Serve ads on desktop Sites

Serve ads on mobile sites and in apps

Serve pre-roll ads in video

Revive Adserver logoRevive Adserver v3.2.2 is now available.

This release fixes a number of medium security issues, which were recently discovered and reported to the Revive Adserver Project team, some via direct community feedback, but mostly via the Revive Adserver HackerOne project (which is the reason for the relatively large number of security issues resolved in this release).

We strongly advise users to upgrade to the most recent version 3.2.2 of Revive Adserver. This also includes any user running any version of OpenX Source or older versions of the application, which may also be vulnerable to the security issues fixed in this release. Please review our Security Advisory for the details.

Download, install and upgrade

Revive Adserver v3.2.2 is available for download now.

Once downloaded, please refer to the instructions for Installations of Revive Adserver or for Upgrading Revive Adserver. Make sure that the server(s) being used meet(s) the minimum technical requirements.

Community contribution

The Revive Adserver Project Team wish to thank all community & HackerOne members for their contributions – the details can be found in the Security Advisory.

If you come across any other security issues, or suspects that a vulnerability exists, please see our page on reporting security issues.

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