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LoginLlama's Python SDK is Now Available

Loginllama is excited to announce the release of the Python SDK. This makes it even easier to integrate Loginllama to your Python application - including into Django and Flask apps. This makes it simplier for developers to easily enhance their systems security.

Key Features of the LoginLlama Python SDK:

  • AI Powered Login Behaviour Insights: Analyze login patterns and detect anomalies with machine learning.
  • Real-Time Fraud Detection: Identify and respond to suspicious activities instantly.
  • Enhanced Customer Trust: Boost user confidence with robust security features.
  • Easy to Use SDK and API: Seamlessly integrate security into existing systems.
  • Compliance with Security Standards: Ensure your platform meets regulatory requirements for data protection.

Example Usage

Hereā€™s a basic example of how to use the LoginLlama Python SDK:

Installation

To install the SDK, use pip:

pip install loginllama

Initialization

Initialize the LoginLlama class with your API token:

from loginllama.loginllama import LoginLlama

loginllama = LoginLlama("YOUR_API_TOKEN")

Checking Login Status

Check the login status using direct parameters:

login_check_result = loginllama.check_login(
    ip_address="192.168.1.1",
    user_agent="Mozilla/5.0",
    identity_key="user123"
)

print("Status:", login_check_result.status)
print("Message:", login_check_result.message)
print("Codes:", [code.value for code in login_check_result.codes])

Using with Flask

Here's how to integrate with a Flask application:

from flask import Flask, request
from loginllama.loginllama import LoginLlama

app = Flask(__name__)
loginllama = LoginLlama(api_token='your_api_token')

@app.route('/login_check', methods=['POST'])
def login_check():
    identity_key = request.form.get('identity_key')
    if not identity_key:
        return "identity_key is required", 400

    try:
        login_check_result = loginllama.check_login(request=request, identity_key=identity_key)
        return {
            "status": login_check_result.status,
            "message": login_check_result.message,
            "codes": [code.value for code in login_check_result.codes]
        }
    except ValueError as e:
        return str(e), 400
    except Exception as e:
        return str(e), 500

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.run()

Using with Django

And for Django applications:

from django.http import JsonResponse
from django.views.decorators.csrf import csrf_exempt
from loginllama.loginllama import LoginLlama

@csrf_exempt
def login_check(request):
    if request.method == 'POST':
        identity_key = request.POST.get('identity_key')
        if not identity_key:
            return JsonResponse({"error": "identity_key is required"}, status=400)

        try:
            loginllama = LoginLlama(api_token='your_api_token')
            login_check_result = loginllama.check_login(request=request, identity_key=identity_key)
            return JsonResponse({
                "status": login_check_result.status,
                "message": login_check_result.message,
                "codes": [code.value for code in login_check_result.codes]
            })
        except ValueError as e:
            return JsonResponse({"error": str(e)}, status=400)
        except Exception as e:
            return JsonResponse({"error": str(e)}, status=500)

    return JsonResponse({"error": "Invalid request method"}, status=405)

With the release of this Python SDK, LoginLlama continues to lead in providing cutting-edge security solutions that are easy to integrate and essential for protecting user data.