Adspect provides a REST API that may be used to manage streams programmatically. The API uses JSON data encoding and supports several methods for basic stream operations. It employs HTTP Basic authentication scheme in which API key is supplied as username and password is left blank. You may find your API key in profile.

Each API request must contain two mandatory headers:

  1. Content-Type: application/json to indicate the use of JSON data encoding;
  2. Authorization: Basic ### to authorize access, where ### is base64(API key + ":").

The base URL for all API methods is Descriptions below specify paths relative to this base URL. Stream IDs used in API methods should be speficied as full UUIDs, e.g. cbb360ff-5a28-41d0-9ac8-9889a01149fa.

Currently, only stream management methods have been implemented.

Stream Fields

Each stream is represented as a JSON object that contains the following properties:

  • stream_id – full stream ID in UUID format;
  • account_id – full account ID in UUID format, read-only;
  • name – stream name, string;
  • mode – stream mode, string, either Filter, Review, Money, or White;
  • money_pages – array of one or more (up to 254) money page objects, each having the following format:
    • page – target URL or page file name, string;
    • arg_passthru – whether to perform URL parameters passthru, boolean;
    • weight – relative weight for A/B traffic distribution, integer;
    • enabled – whether this money page is enabled, boolean;
  • white_page – white page URL or file name, string;
  • white_arg_passthru – whether to perform URL parameters passthru to white page, boolean or integer;
  • ml_precision – VLA precision in percents, integer;
  • cost_parameter – parameter name for click cost accounting, string;
  • sid_parameter – sub ID parameter name, string;
  • cid_parameter – click ID parameter name, string;
  • enable_fp – JavaScript fingerprints enabled flag, boolean or integer;
  • paranoid – paranoid mode on flag, boolean or integer;
  • allow_apps – mobile apps allowed flag, boolean or integer;
  • countries – array of allowed country strings in ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 format;
  • os – array of allowed operating system strings;
  • browsers – array of allowed browser strings;
  • languages – array of allowed browser language codes;
  • timezones – array of allowed time zones as integer hour offsets from UTC;
  • tz_match_ip – match browser time zone to IP time zone flag, boolean or integer;
  • url_rules – array of zero or more (up to 64) URL rule objects, each having the following format:
    • param – URL parameter name, string;
    • op – rule operator, one of:
      • EXISTS – parameter exists;
      • NEXISTS – parameter does not exist;
      • REGEX – value matches regular expression;
      • IREGEX – value matches regular expression (case-sensitive);
      • NREGEX – value does not match regular expression;
      • NIREGEX – value does not match regular expression (case-insensitive);
      • EQ – value equals argument;
      • NEQ – value does not equal argument;
      • GT – value is greater than argument;
      • GE – value is greater than or equal to argument;
      • LT – value is less than argument;
      • LE – value is less than or equal to argument;
      • ASSIGN – assign new value to parameter;
      • RENAME – rename parameter;
      • DELETE – delete parameter;
    • arg – rule argument, string;
    • enabled – rule enabled flag, boolean;
  • ua_regex (obsolete, will be removed) – regular expression for the user agent filter, string;
  • referer_regex (obsolete, will be removed) – regular expression for the referer filter, string;
  • ip_on_review – blacklist IP addresses in “Review” mode flag, boolean or integer.


   "stream_id": "1eacc6d0-875f-6f5c-bff8-00162501c2b4",
   "account_id": "1eaa2ce5-d4dd-63ec-b8a4-00162501c2b4",
   "name": "Example stream",
   "mode": "Filter",
   "money_pages": [
         "page": "{clickid}",
         "arg_passthru": true,
         "weight": 10,
         "enabled": true
         "page": "{clickid}",
         "arg_passthru": true,
         "weight": 20,
         "enabled": true
   "white_page": "white.html",
   "white_arg_passthru": 0,
   "ml_precision": 95,
   "cost_parameter": "cost",
   "sid_parameter": "sourceid",
   "cid_parameter": "",
   "enable_fp": 1,
   "paranoid": 0,
   "allow_apps": 1,
   "countries": [
   "os": [
   "browsers": [
      "Google Chrome"
   "languages": [
   "timezones": [
   "tz_match_ip": 1,
   "url_rules": [
         "param": "secretkey",
         "op": "EQ",
         "arg": "4gHzQvF2IoqeQ",
         "enabled": true
   "ua_regex": "",
   "referer_regex": "",
   "ip_on_review": 1

GET /streams

Returns an array of all streams in the account.

GET /streams/<id>

Returns a specified stream.

POST /streams

Creates and returns a new stream. Send stream object in JSON format in request body.

PATCH /streams/<id>

Updates a stream. Send stream object in JSON format in request body.

DELETE /streams/<id>

Deletes a stream.

index.php, filter.php, and ajax.php

You may obtain index.php, filter.php, and ajax.php files for any stream via the following requests:

  • index.php / filter.phpGET<id>&mode=<mode>
  • ajax.phpGET<id>&mode=ajax

Where <mode> is one of:

  • redirect – redirect to remote URL via HTTP 302 status code;
  • iframe – display remote URL on your domain inside an <iframe> tag;
  • proxy – display remote URL on your domain by HTTP request proxying.

index.php and filter.php files are identical.